"Application Hang"

  Vangeliska 22:04 16 May 2006
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Recently I have been getting problems with accessing Cyberlink.com (PowerDVD people) whenever I access their site I get "Not Responding" EVERY time.

I looked in the Event Viewer and sure enough there is an error with Event 1005 in every instance, and there are many, this is coupled with errors Event1001 and Event 1000.

Using MS Knowledge Base, Event 1005 is C:\documents\my name\userdata\index.dat The recommended fix is to use RUN cmd and then chkdsk /f which didn't help - the web page is still not responding.

The other suggestion was to delete the offending file, but how do you delete index,dat files?

  Vangeliska 23:23 16 May 2006

Have tried removing Index.Dat files with Privacy Mantra and Tracks Eraser (don't think they actually do as they say, problem and file still there!)

  Vangeliska 00:03 17 May 2006

Index.Dat files deleted, Cyberlink.com now works.

  johnnyrocker 00:05 17 May 2006

and the solution was? and a resolved tick please.


johnny.

  johnnyrocker 00:06 17 May 2006

oops just noted the tick but still curious.


johnny.

  Vangeliska 00:08 17 May 2006

There appeared to be NO interest in this thread, so I did my own research.

  Vangeliska 00:28 17 May 2006

If you are interested go to click here and download index.dat suite FREE

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