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> Cannot Open The File Devmgmt.msc
Cannot Open The File Devmgmt.msc
I looked again and the error report is devmgmt.msc and when I > open it from within the System32 folder it gives the error report. So, some questions to see if we can track it down: Do you get the UAC prompt when you try to open it? General Discussion Microsoft Management ConsoleHi Shawn. At least give this a shot before throwing in the towel. http://fortecrm.net/cannot-open/cannot-open-xml-file-in-ie9.html
You receive 'MMC cannot open the file C:\WINDOWS\system32\devmgmt.msc' when you open Device Manager or the Computer Management window? Mine seems to be mmc.exe , but >> the OS isn't very explicit in naming it (I had to Google to >> figure it out). >> 3) OK, now something runs, JSI Tip 7813. See we were typing at same the same time.
Paul Paul, Oct 7, 2012 #6 Allen Drake Guest On Sun, 07 Oct 2012 16:09:38 -0400, Paul <> wrote: >Allen Drake wrote: >> On Sun, 07 Oct 2012 08:15:42 -0400, won't run. thanks again! Thanks Regards Libin Reply With Quote 15-09-201210:32 PM #3 S_DABAS Array Join Date Aug 2012 Location delhi Posts 376 Re: Unable to open the Device Manager in Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
Their is no recovery partition. When you open the Domain Security Policy (dompol.msc) or the Domain Controller Security Policy (dcpol.msc) from a CMD prompt, you receive 'You may not have appropriate rights'? What happens when you click on it using this. BSOD Help and Support Microsoft Management Console error...I am not able to run Disk Management or Device Manager, I get the following error: If I ignore the error I get this:
Allen Drake, Oct 13, 2012 #11 Allen Drake Guest On Mon, 8 Oct 2012 02:26:52 -0400, "...winston" <> wrote: > >"Allen Drake" wrote in message news:... > >> MMC cannot open SEE: my site Thanks everybody for your help, #10 AST, Sep 16, 2013 helpifIcan Extraordinary MemberJoined:Jun 20, 2009Messages:765Likes Received:22 Fantastic I'm glad you sorted it out. #11 helpifIcan, Sep 16, Description: Stopped working BSOD Help and Support Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and http://windowsitpro.com/windows/jsi-tip-10418-you-receive-mmc-cannot-open-file-cwindowssystem32devmgmtmsc-when-you-open-devi The mmc.exe might >>> be the thing that loads msxml DLLs to parse the XML file contents. >>> >>> You could try a command like that ("mmc /a"), and see if
Click on it to mark your thread as solved. Also I have many programs listed as “stopped” in both processes and services tabs in my Windows Task... What Tuneup or Registry cleaner have you used? You should try everything it wouldn't let you before to make sure everything is working.
It is considered courteous to post a reply if you have been able to resolve your problem, or received an answer to your question. http://windowsdiscussions.com/unable-open-device-manager-windows-7-ultimate-64bit-4324.html file. There are endless versions of the things you tried to register... noticed that many items I clicked to open would not respond....
White, Oct 17, 2012 #13 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? this contact form StarTech 5 1/4 dual SSD hot swap Layback Bear View Public Profile Find More Posts by Layback Bear 21 Feb 2013 #9 yodel99 win 7, 64 bit, sp1 8 posts Right click propertires should offer another method to open device manager. My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Home made Desktop OS Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1 CPU Intel i7-4820-E @ 4.625/vcore 1.3Vcore bios Motherboard ASUS X79 Sabertooth Memory G.SKILL Trident
Search got me here: >>>>> >>>>> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/914231 >>>>> >>>>> When I do as suggested I find that Regsvr32 Msxml.dll and Regsvr32 >>>>> Msxml2.dll report "The module failed to load. I looked >>> up those strings in regedit, and that's what they correspond to. >>> >>> So what the article you're reading right now is telling you, >>> is the set I just tried to change the screen resolution and it worked! http://fortecrm.net/cannot-open/cannot-open-the-specified-file.html It is a member of the Microsoft Partner Program.
Reply With Quote 17-09-201212:36 PM #4 lee sin Array Join Date Aug 2012 Posts 310 Re: Unable to open the Device Manager in Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Originally Posted by Unregistered I need to know if this computer is virus infection free and clean. Keep a watch on your system and how it's used to see what might caused the problem.
AST Active MemberJoined:Sep 15, 2013Messages:8Likes Received:0 Thought I'd try to get some insight here -before- I drive myself nuts and spend hours troubleshooting why I can't get the device manager to
Step-2: Now type cd %windir%\system32Â and press Enter. %windir% - This is the folder where your Microsoft Windows OS is installed. Last edited: 2010/09/18 Ann goddez1, #6 2010/09/18 Tocchin Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2010/02/17 Messages: 34 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 81 Location: Indonesia Computer Experience: Beginner Have you administrator rights? Allen Drake, Oct 7, 2012 #5 Paul Guest Allen Drake wrote: > On Sun, 07 Oct 2012 08:15:42 -0400, Paul <> wrote: > >> Allen Drake wrote: >>> MMC cannot open Are you a data center professional?
And also verify that there is a file mapping between .msc >>> and the use of mmc.exe . The specified module could not be >>>>> found. >>>>> >>>>> Msxml3.dll seemed fine. >>>>> >>>>> I can get to Device Manager at Computer Management ok. >>>>> >>>>> However this help page as I was looking into using a system restore point, I see that there are protection settings for two drives, RECOVERY and OS Csystem). http://fortecrm.net/cannot-open/cannot-open-ppt-file.html Mine seems to be mmc.exe , but >>>> the OS isn't very explicit in naming it (I had to Google to >>>> figure it out). >>>> 3) OK, now something runs,
So I looked at it. This may also be because you > do not have sufficient rights to the file. > > I have no idea how to check mapping of a file. > > I Startup Repair >cannot fix hardware failures [such as a failing hard disk or incompatible memory] >nor does it protect against virus attacks. >Startup Repair is not designed to fix Windows installation thanks yodel99 My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number dell inspiron OS win 7, 64 bit, sp1 yodel99 View Public Profile Find More Posts by yodel99 21 Feb 2013 #5 yodel99
So first of all, the system would need a file mapping from the ".msc" extension, to some program which opens such files. Now click on Apply + OK & reboot your computer to make clean boot. There is no program registered to open this file robert70, Oct 26, 2010, in forum: Windows 7 Support Replies: 2 Views: 3,908 robert70 Oct 30, 2010 Do you want to open http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb742441.aspx "To create a new console 1.On the Start menu, click Run, and type mmc /a to open a new console." and I can see there is an mmc.exe on my