Unable To Open Information File Nlite Inf
aford10Feb 18, 2010, 12:55 AM Double clicking on add/remove programs will only bring up the list of installed programs. Filename: fxscom.dll Directory: C:\Windows\INF Directory: C:\WINDOWS\system32\ I could not find fxscom.dll in either Directory above. I then click OK and behind it is another "Windows XP Setup" box/window with a "red X" that says ... Guest Guest Whenever I try to access the "Add/Remove Windows Components" I get the message: "The installation program could not open the information file nlite.inf. http://cleantechinnvest.com/unable-to/unable-to-open-information-file-games-inf.html
The other question I have for you is why did u remove the system restore tool? Any help/advice greatly appreciated! Does it not exist in Windows XP Professional? 2. On 06/12/2005 Sergiomon <> wrote: >Whenever I try to access the "Add/Remove Windows Components" I get the message: > >"The installation program could not open the information file nlite.inf. > Contact
But, when I right-click, all that appears is "Open" and "Create Shortcut." The same goes for all the programs in the Control Panel, except a handful may display a 3rd option..."Explore." There must be a way to restore this command option.2. Sign in here. I have at least a dozen other machines myself or for other clients running SP3 just fine with no issues.
- The specific error code is 0x2 in the line >2088999411." > >Remember, this is NOT a problem relating to "Add/Remover Programs" (this I >can access without a problem), the problem is
- The specific error code is 0x2 at line 0." 5.
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Quote: Well it looks like I might have answered my own question. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. but I must admit when I 1st got the e-mail notification I thought, "Dial-a-Fix" ??? ... This time it complained about pinball.inf.
However, the one thing in common among all the hits was that nobody replied with any useful information other than copying the games.inf file from the windows cd to c:\windows\inf. PS I'm slow at typing along with many other things .... :-o and I'm not sure if my simple txt sig is showing Attached Files: Ccleaner issues test.jpg File size: Now it's fine. No, create an account now.
Sign In Sign Up Home Forums Browse Back Browse Forums Rules Donation Activity Back Activity Unread Content Content I Started My Activity Streams All Activity Search Subscription Back Subscription Orders Manage I was beginng to feel like "OJ" at his sentencing trial :cry ... I also tried copying the i386 file to C:\ then editing the registry sourcepath so it could bypass the disc but I must have messed that up to I also tried Please try the request again.
Just saw this. If it happens again, you just need to replace the one file (unless something catastrophic had happened and this was just the tip of the iceberg). And you boinged a 5 year old thread because reply Permalink Submitted by Techy on Tue, 28/07/2009 - 04:08 Because someone else, me, May have the same issue and hit this Really hard to troubleshoot when there're many unknown factors, like what was deleted.
Wesley Vogel, Dec 7, 2005 #5 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? Check This Out FORTUNATELY this is not a serious problem as it seems to only effect "Add/Remove Windows Components" which most are worthless or inferior to 3rd party programs from MajorGeeks! When SP3 was reapplied, it broke the Add/Remove Windows Components option again. If it wouldn't have happened in that order, I would agree with you that it was something else Then tried again.
PC Games \ System Tools \ Macintosh \ Demonews.Com \ Top Downloads MajorGeeks.Com \ News (Tech) \ Off Base (Other Websites News) \ Way Off Base (Offbeat Stories and Pics) Social: Can be frustrating for a new member though when no reply, happened to me when I joined too (the reason I usually only post in 0 reply threads). Only time will tell... http://cleantechinnvest.com/unable-to/unable-to-open-information-file-msnmsn-inf.html Unfortunately, here we are with the problem again ...
but still no 0x2 fix ... :confused But I do sincerely thank you for trying and making me not feel like a red-headed step child or one of "OJ"'s relatives .... That is correct. Let us know.
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Cheers, Babe. More details if anyone's interested, as even Revo didn't get all of COD2. The thing is, the fax services and Add/Remove Windows Components itself worked flawlessly once we uninstalled SP3. reply Permalink Submitted by qwerty on Tue, 28/05/2002 - 16:09 I'll have a mess about in Safe mode.
If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? no biggie ... The specific error is 0x2 at line 2011806598"That's the message I get when I try to "Add/Remove windows components" in control panel.Help. have a peek here Setup was unable to open information file fxscom.inf.
TomCat5 Private E-2 1) When I click on "Add/Remove Windows Components" in the "Add or Remove Programs" menu I get this warning in a "Windows XP Setup" window/box ... The other question I have for you is why did u remove the system restore tool?Click to expand... cheers, markOS X. markOS X04-07-2002, 06:21 PMon a side note, try this trick from rjayco.com (http://www.rjayco.com/webos/archives/031602.html): A lot of people want to know how to remove the MSN Messenger service from XP here's how:
Handy little tool! ... Last edited: Dec 7, 2008 TomCat5, Dec 7, 2008 #9 TomCat5 Private E-2 TomCat5 said: ↑ 1) When I click on "Add/Remove Windows Components" in the "Add or Remove Programs" menu It forms a free complete security suite for your system!1. Could try coping the file to the INF directory if it's the below file and either missing or corrupt.
So I did the same thing to the pinball line. I have only just installed winXP pro over sunday/monday after a reformat so i don't think it is a problem from other apps, although i could be wrong here.