yahoo messenger / system mechanic problem

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yourdady90
yahoo messenger / system mechanic problem

so with both programs and others on my computer you cant see what is there for instance on search just the dog shows up nothing else. with yahoo everything is blank but the borders. with system mechanic i have only part of the dashboard. I can not figgure out what the problem is or could be. I think it is a axtive x program problem

   

hubby
Re: yahoo messenger / system mechanic problem

Standard Windows questions first: is your antivirus up to date? Have you tried fully UNinstalling the programs and reinstalling?
One thing that may help: hit start, RUN then type: regsvr32 jscript.dll And hit enter

yourdady90
Re: yahoo messenger / system mechanic problem

yes I have removed and reinstalled every program that I have found to be affeccted.

hubby
Re: yahoo messenger / system mechanic problem

Try the regsvr32. Thing.. Could be a bazillion other things but that is a common one.

yourdady90
Re: yahoo messenger / system mechanic problem

I tryed it no joy.

Anonymous Visitor
Re: yahoo messenger / system mechanic problem
Try this one in your Run box: regsvr32 vbscript.dll
yourdady90
Re: yahoo messenger / system mechanic problem

it says vbscript.dll all accepted

 

hubby
Re: yahoo messenger / system mechanic problem

reboot and see if that helped at all.

yourdady90
Re: yahoo messenger / system mechanic problem

it helped a little it didnt fix it though

yourdady90
Re: yahoo messenger / system mechanic problem

well I got it fixed this is how

 

First You'll need to access your Registry Editor. Click on Start>RUN, type in regedit  Please go and expand the folders to this location: 
HEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Zones\  
(expand the Zones folder also)  Within the folder, there should be numbered folders. 
Once the Zones folder is expanded you will see either a L or [ ] folder. Right click on the L or [ ] folder and select delete. 
You should now only see the 0 through 4 subfolders below within the Zones folder. Now close the Registry Editor and restart your computer. 

Launch System Mechanic and the program will launch properly showing you the whole interface.

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