<path><program> is not a valid Win32 application !!!

<path><program> is not a valid Win32 application !!!

Post by Joe » Mon, 12 Apr 2004 22:35:11


I'm getting this message on many many programs. Is the OS
corrupt? (XP Home) eg Outlook, some of the control panel
apps, Norton AV, .....

If i want to reinstall the OS, is there a good way to copy
all my Outlook files / settings / data to CD before I
start?

Thanks for taking the time to help.

Joe
 
 
 

1. <path><program> is not a valid Win32 application !!!

2. <bam><bam><bam><bam><bam>


Not what he is saying. There is no "reveal codes", because there are no
codes stored *in* the text, as in WordPerfect. WordPerfect codes are
more or less like HTML tags, embedded in the text. Word documents have
a TOTALLY different organisation principle.
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