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    WBFS Manager

    hi
    i have Windows Vista installed onto my computer and whenever i run WBFS Manager before it even loads it comes up with a box saying WBFS Manager has stopped working then it says "A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available" and it dose that all the time. is there a patch or something to fix that.

    For all of you's out there i have tried everything reinstalled it several time have the correct type run as admin compatability mode and everything and if i downloaded x84 intead of x64 it wouldn't intall
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    Latest wbfs manager is 3 i think do you have that? consider running it with compatibility mode for win xp

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    i have tried that and also have tried running as administarator but it dosent work

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    Re download and re install it may fix the problem. If not, try a different programm, search around here for one

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    Quote Originally Posted by iam-mii View Post
    i have tried that and also have tried running as administarator but it dosent work
    Do you have your Data Execution Protection turned on? Some programs did that to me and when i turned it off some of them worked.

    Just go into command prompt and type this exactly like the way it is:

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    bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOff

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    Did you get the right version for vista?

    theres like 64 and x86 versions.....

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    i have tried that but it still donsent work but thanks for your help

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    Have you installed .NET Framework 3.5 SP1

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    in that case a full update of windows would help (if you have legal windows)

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    i hav done all of that

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