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Hi I have problem with start Windows 7 x86. After I input credentials in log on screen

I get this error:

eplorer.exe

The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0000022). Click OK to close the application.

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I google it but I can find a solution I found this: http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/the-application-was-unable-to-start-correctly-0xc0000022-457663.html

I dont understand this:

Issue related to CA Internet Suite. log into "safe mode" and uninstalled the entire suite. restart computer.

I use Windows 7 and I dont have CA Internet Suite in my system. I checked Programs and Fetueres this appp is not included in the list.

So I dont have CA Internet Suite?

Thank you for support...

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0xC0000022 means STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED and is the result of file access that fails, this often happens due to permission problems but can rarely happen when a DLL fails to load or was not found.

Here are your options:

  • CTX184036 handles this issue with regards to the error, by giving Everyone permissions on 3 files.

  • Use Process Monitor to identify whether other files get the ACCESS DENIED status with a boot log.

  • With ShellExView, disable anything that is not from Microsoft, you can sort by the Company column.

  • Install the C++ redistributable packs of which these files originate: 2005 SP1, 2008 SP1, 2010 SP1

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Your link tells you to uninstall 'CA internet suite'

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I checked Programs and Fetueres this appp is not included in the list. So I dont have CA Internet Suite? – rco Oct 16 '11 at 8:52

I use git, which managed to change the file permissions for the DLLs this program needs. I fixed it by setting the permissions on my DLLs to full control.

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This sounds very insecure. – David Jan 15 '14 at 16:27

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