HELP C0000135 %hs is missing

Discussion in 'Security and Anti-Virus Software' started by fi3re, Dec 2, 2010.

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  1. fi3re

    fi3re Notebook Enthusiast

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    well Im glad I'm not the only one , and a solution was pretty easily found.

    what a headache though spent a good 5 hours researching everywhere and trying everything.

    to make matters worse today my desktop doesnt work. Strangest problem i've ever seen, I press the power button and the computer boots up for literally 1 SECOND and then shuts down.
     
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    yeah unfortunately i was one of the first affected, I restarted immediately since I wasn't doing anything waiting for GSL to start (SC2 in Korea)

    So there weren't any posts about fixing it, I had to look thru many posts to figure out the best solution. At first I was just trying to get AVG fixed to work, then decided to just figure out how to load up windows to uninstall, which was much easier
     
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    317537 Newbie

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    I have the same problem, I am not very knowledgeable with this but I got to the avg files in the midgnight commander but when I press F6 it only gives me the option to move the thing, how do I rename it, anybody... please!!
     
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    cmasupra Notebook Consultant

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    The answer is on the previous page. I'll quote it for you:

     
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    I see i wasn't the only one to get hit with this "bug", that was the last straw for me, ditched AVG for MSE.
     
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    megadr Newbie

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    So I am experiencing this problem and I am an AVG user.
    Seeing that these are all from 2010 and it is 2011 I am not sure if my problem relates to avg.

    I am currently trying to solve this issue as if it were an issue with AVG....
    I'm still learning so sorry for being an idiot..

    I can get to /mnt/sda1 but program files is not an option my only options are

    /..
    /$recycle.bin
    /boot
    /system volume information
    *system
    *bootmgr

    I cant find program files in sda 1 or any other sda
    I am running windows 7 pro on a hp probook
    any info is extremely helpful!

    f8 also won't open any option for me..strange
     
  8. cmasupra

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    It is possible that AVG is acting up again, so it's a good place to start.

    It has been so long since I used that disc that I don't remember where I found Program Files. I do remember that it wasn't in mnt/sda for me, though, so look around in all the folders. It might be in any of the folders you listed that showed up. IIRC, it was deeper than an sda folder, so look inside them.

    If you need me to, I'll look using my disc, but I'm too lazy right now :rolleyes:
     
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    I can't find program files anywhere!

    thatd be awesome if you could help out.:D
     
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    I just tried it on both my laptop and one of my desktops. Program Files was in /mnt/sda2 both times.

    Make sure your BIOS is detecting your hard drive. If you try to let Windows load, does it show the logo for even a very short amount of time?
     
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