Help me pls.. Application doesnt start after double clicking

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    abhi99_iitg New Member

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    Hi friends,
    I am using winxp in office.. recently I got migrated from WINNT domain to WIN2003 domain in my office.. After that some of my applications doesnt start properly.. On double clicking, mouse shows the waiting gesture for some time and then nothing happens.. I checked that it starts the application related process in task manager ( I can see the process is running ) but application doen't launch.. This is very frustrating.. Can someone pls offer some insight/solution regarding this.

    thanks in anticipation
    Abhishek
     
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    mrbhide_techie New Member

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    hey abhishekh,
    The problem dat u mentioned happens due to loss of registry or other related system files...
    Try uninstalling and reinstalling the applications again.....
    Thats probably the only solution ...
    if i do find out something else I'll let u know
    Cheers !:) ;) :D ;) :)
     
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    Thaks pal.. I will try to do that, but many other applications are working fine after migration, only some are giving problem.. thanks once again..
     
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    delete files in Temp folder. use disk cleanup. this problem might occur because there might not be enough space. this happened to me a week ago. i did this and now it's ok...
     
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