My friend has a desktop with Windows XP installed, and he does not have a UPS set up. Yesterday, the power went out and the PC underwent a hard shutdown. This caused a problem, (
ntldr disappeared), but this was fixed by using an XP repair disk.
After he logged in again after the repair, he wanted to change some services, so he went to
services.msc and got an error saying Your currently security settings prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page. As a result, page can't display correctly. as shown in this picture:
I ran a search on Google for the error, and found a registry edit, but it failed to solve the problem. The suggestion was to change the value of the
1200 key in
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Zones\0 from one to zero, but it was already at zero, so I set it to one, restarted, then set it back to zero and restarted again.
The same thing happened to me a few months ago on Windows 7, but I didn't notice it and formatted my OS for other reasons.
How can I get rid of this error message?