First back up the registry. 1. Working... Helpful +3 Report Kody Apr 20, 2010 05:08PM I have had this grouble for months and HP and MS could not find problem. Hello, I have searched web on Control Panel restriction error , and so far nothing that was suggested worked. get redirected here
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And after you open one of them, you can access the whole control panel without crashing (right click the control panel from start menu and click OPEN). Click each one and see if the related Control Panel tool opens. Just install it. Advertisement Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.
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Many thanks. The following Link will lead you to my posted instructions(19 of 37)http://forums.cnet.com/5208-7813_102-0.html?forumID=32&threadID=154450&messageID=1723444Hope this solves your problem. Did you try a Windows Update after you renamed it (or deleted it)? Please post if you have solution.
Everytime I click on it, a blank screen flashes up and then just goes away. If something does not, then it means that, that particular .cpl file has been corrupted or damaged. Check out Connected Camps "Online Summer of Minecraft"!
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Matt Thank you. Thank you! Were you on XP or Vista? It was some ODBC/SQL manager Jp-slabber firebird.cpl!!!!beware of that one to.took me hours to figure this one out Harrysnk thanks… it worked.
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I am totally clueless on what to try next. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Thanks again!!! Now I am aware that you are unable to open Control panel, but if via the System32 folder as described above, you are able to click open inetcpl.cpl, then please do
I do not know what to do. No, it did not work. Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Flipboard Tumblr Evernote Reddit Pocket StumbleUpon Buffer E-mail Print Subscribe to the HighTechDad NewsletterWould you like updates from HighTechDad.com? The fix is for Windows XP, but should work for later versions too.
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What was the bad Control Panel? -HTD Irmantas Thanx, the only forum that helped, even microsoft support center can not solve this problem. Forró e Calypso 30,184 views 39:16 Problem using Control Panel in Windows 7. View all "Opinion" articles CloseSponsored Close TheSmartTalk.org Makes a Social & Digital Safety Contract for Families and Gets the Discussion GoingHaving a family conversation about social media and being a digital So I have done the research for you and found some work-arounds and fixes to get your control panel behaving the way it should.
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