Default IME is not responding

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  1. Posts : 93
    windows 7 ultimate x64
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    Default IME is not responding


    Some bugs have started appearing, first it was MPC freezing and crashing with WMP just freezing up for no reason at times. When trying to restart the computer I see this message of defualt IME not responding.
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  2. Posts : 3,904
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
       #2

    Hello shippou,

    As you have not provided much information please can you download this tool.

    SF Diagnostic Tool - Using for Troubleshooting

    And Grab all please.

    This will allow me to look at the event log.
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  3. Posts : 93
    windows 7 ultimate x64
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Got this error: Sorry no dumb found!
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  4. Posts : 3,904
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
       #4

    Did you click "Grab All"?
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  5. Posts : 93
    windows 7 ultimate x64
    Thread Starter
       #5

    Yes, I always grab everything I can for I am a man.
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  6. Posts : 3,904
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
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    Please could you find in manually for me, and send it.

    Reason being is i need to see what program caused IME to fail.

    Event Viewer - Open and Use in Windows 7
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  7. Posts : 93
    windows 7 ultimate x64
    Thread Starter
       #7

    I wasn't on topic? You've asked me if I chosen grab all and I've answered yes.

    I have opened my event viewer, what do I do next?

    Also I cannot see my D hard drive when I click on "my computer" from some reason. When restarting it reappears
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  8. Posts : 1,346
    Windows 7 Professional x64
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    shippou said:
    Some bugs have started appearing, first it was MPC freezing and crashing with WMP just freezing up for no reason at times. When trying to restart the computer I see this message of defualt IME not responding.
    Some background information;

    IME is the Input Method Editor (how Windows interprets your keystrokes on keyboard and converts them into characters when you type). This is started when you install input support for regional languages.

    Default IME is the currently selected IME for a window. Default IME has no window of its own and it always points to the window using it. So if you have Windows Media Player(WMP) in focus and you want to find out which window Default IME belongs to, it will show WMP. If you have Wordpad in focus, it will show Wordpad and so on.

    Default IME is always running. It runs even in Safe Mode of Windows.

    Possible solution for your problem;

    1) Open WMP
    2) Go to menu Tools>Options>Network Tab>Streaming Proxy Settings Section
    3) Configure any listed streaming protocol (HTTP/RTSP) to "Do not use a proxy server".
    Sometimes the problem occurs when HTTP is set to "Use proxy settings of the Web Browser"

    HTH
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  9. Posts : 93
    windows 7 ultimate x64
    Thread Starter
       #9

    Sir George said:
    shippou said:
    Some bugs have started appearing, first it was MPC freezing and crashing with WMP just freezing up for no reason at times. When trying to restart the computer I see this message of defualt IME not responding.
    Some background information;

    IME is the Input Method Editor (how Windows interprets your keystrokes on keyboard and converts them into characters when you type). This is started when you install input support for regional languages.

    Default IME is the currently selected IME for a window. Default IME has no window of its own and it always points to the window using it. So if you have Windows Media Player(WMP) in focus and you want to find out which window Default IME belongs to, it will show WMP. If you have Wordpad in focus, it will show Wordpad and so on.

    Default IME is always running. It runs even in Safe Mode of Windows.

    Possible solution for your problem;

    1) Open WMP
    2) Go to menu Tools>Options>Network Tab>Streaming Proxy Settings Section
    3) Configure any listed streaming protocol (HTTP/RTSP) to "Do not use a proxy server".
    Sometimes the problem occurs when HTTP is set to "Use proxy settings of the Web Browser"

    HTH
    I have turned HTTP off right now just like you've said, can I give you an e-hug as a sign of my gratitude?
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  10. Posts : 1,346
    Windows 7 Professional x64
       #10

    shippou said:
    Sir George said:
    shippou said:
    Some bugs have started appearing, first it was MPC freezing and crashing with WMP just freezing up for no reason at times. When trying to restart the computer I see this message of defualt IME not responding.
    Some background information;

    IME is the Input Method Editor (how Windows interprets your keystrokes on keyboard and converts them into characters when you type). This is started when you install input support for regional languages.

    Default IME is the currently selected IME for a window. Default IME has no window of its own and it always points to the window using it. So if you have Windows Media Player(WMP) in focus and you want to find out which window Default IME belongs to, it will show WMP. If you have Wordpad in focus, it will show Wordpad and so on.

    Default IME is always running. It runs even in Safe Mode of Windows.

    Possible solution for your problem;

    1) Open WMP
    2) Go to menu Tools>Options>Network Tab>Streaming Proxy Settings Section
    3) Configure any listed streaming protocol (HTTP/RTSP) to "Do not use a proxy server".
    Sometimes the problem occurs when HTTP is set to "Use proxy settings of the Web Browser"

    HTH
    I have turned HTTP off right now just like you've said, can I give you an e-hug as a sign of my gratitude?
    I always appreciate a hug, thank you.
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