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Windows 7: run-time error "75"

25 May 2009   #1
junkieweb

windows 7 7100
 
 
run-time error "75"

Hi,

After installing windows 7 7100 on my PC ... everything went just fine ... But, after a sudden shut down ... my PC restarted and the following messege appeared :

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... How to resolve this issue ... ???


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25 May 2009   #2
Uber Philf

W7 RTM Ultimate x64
 
 

Have you done a fresh Install? or upgrade?

Enzo.
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26 May 2009   #3
junkieweb

windows 7 7100
 
 

a fresh install ... and it was great no probs at all ...
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26 May 2009   #4
Uber Philf

W7 RTM Ultimate x64
 
 

hmm.. tried running sfc /scannow ?

Enzo.
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26 May 2009   #5
Hammerhead786

 
 

Looks like it is trying to run some application/program but can't find the file (Project 1??). What were you doing when it suddenly shutdown?
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26 May 2009   #6
scaramonga

 
 

Runtime error 75:

Program does not have rights or access to a file. Often this is caused when a program is trying to access a network file it doesn't have proper access to either because of network privileges or something is blocking the program. This issue can also be caused when the file is being used by another program or is read-only.


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01 Jun 2009   #7
junkieweb

windows 7 7100
 
 

OK, just solved the problem ... i was such an idiot ... :)

I searched for "project1" in the task manager processes ... and I found a file named : 2937449.exe within MagicISO Virtual Disc folder ... I deleted the file from startupl list and from the main folder ... :)
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