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CapsLockWarning 2,5 Run-Time Error 75 - Path/File Access Error!
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January 1, 2012
3:46 PM
Salisbury_Sorcerer
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Hi Rob,

I wonder if you can help me?

I started to have problems today with 'Capslockwarning 2.5', after many months 'Trouble Free' Usage.

It may be coincidental, but my problems appear to have occurred after 2 recent Microsoft Security Updates.

These Updates are as follows;

  • Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.1 on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 for x64-based Systems (KB2656356).
  • Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 4 on XP, Server 2003, Vista, Windows 7, Server 2008, Server 2008 R2 for x64 (KB2656351)

I am running an Intel Core i3 4.07GHz Processor that has been 'OverClocked' and Windows 7 Ultimate (64 Bit), Operating System with 16Gb DDR3 677MHz Memory.

Being Windows 7, I have installed the 'CapsLockWarning Shortcut' as described in METHOD OPTION No.1.

I keep getting a “Runtime Error 75 – Path File Access Error”

I have enclosed a Screen Shot Link to help you further.

  • Link:-

I have even Cleared the 'System.ini' File and using Crystalidea's Uninstall 3.01 & have Uninstalled All previous Evidence from my Primary Hard Drive, as well as the Internally connected USB Hard Drive that this was Downloaded to and then Re-downloaded this again, Rebooted and made sure I followed your Easy Instructions.

By the way Crystalidea's Uninstall 3.01 Removes all Previously Installed Data, including any Registry Entries.

Despite all this effort in trying to effect a Remedy myself, the Problem still exists and I can't help now wonder if these 2 Microsoft Security Updates are the Cause of this issue.

Can you suggest a Remedy please?

Oh Yes, My CLW Settings are as follows;

  • Duration:- 1600,
  • Frequency:- 1400,
  • Warning:- 5 Times,
  • Screen Position:- Bottom,
  • Text Colour:- Black,  
  • Warning Frequency:- Medium.

Many Thanks in Advance.

 

James

January 2, 2012
10:53 AM
jayesstee
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I also have installed the ‘CapsLockWarning Shortcut’ as described in METHOD OPTION No.1 and have Win 7 (64).  I read your post and immediately checked to find two ‘important updates’ waiting for installation.  Guess which two they are?

Anyway, I created a manual restore point and also did an ERUNT backup of the registry, then installed them one at a time.  No error messages so far!  I will report back a) if any error messages appear or b) in a week or so if there is no occurrence.

Sorry to a ask basic question, but have you uninstalled the updates using Windows own update installer?  (Route is Control panel -> Windows Update -> Installed Updates (bottom LH corner of window) then find suspect update and ‘right click’ it.)  If you have uninstalled them using Crystalidea’s Uninstall 3.01, you may need to re-install them and then use this method!  If that doesn’t clear it, then try removing CapsLock, cleaning the registry with CCleaner, rebooting and then re-installing CapsLock.  If the problem still persists, then either change your Capslock indicator (there are others), or start removing other updates and any other recently installed software one-at-a-time, in reverse time order.  A mega-task!

Good hunting.  Frown

 

P.S.  I've just found a site offering a 'Error Fix Tool' at:  http://www.errorteck.com/good-to-know/features-and-benefits/runtime-errors.html

I have no experience of the app or the site, so proceed with caution!

 

P.P.S  Sorry, the above tool is: “ErrorTeck” and is shareware.  It installs, scans and then reports 1195 of ‘errors’, but only fixes 11.  It then demands $40 for the registration and fixing of all other ‘errors’!

Those who will not reason are bigots, those who cannot are fools and those who dare not are slaves.

January 10, 2012
12:20 PM
jayesstee
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Salisbury_Sorcerer said:

Hi Rob,

I wonder if you can help me?

jayesstee said: No error messages so far!  I will report back a) if any error messages appear or b) in a week or so if there is no occurrence.

 

Hi Salisbury_Sorcerer,

No problems during the last week.  How have you been getting on?

Those who will not reason are bigots, those who cannot are fools and those who dare not are slaves.

March 8, 2012
12:43 PM
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@Salisbury_Sorcerer:  Two months on and still no problems.  Over and out!

Those who will not reason are bigots, those who cannot are fools and those who dare not are slaves.

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