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I tried the Ostuni Workaround, and all of my icons instantly came back and are now stable !!!! The other workaround is, the next time you boot your computer, wait for a full minute after the logon dialog appears or, better, watch the hard disk light and wait until Also make sure that you don't have the taskbar set up the wrong way. button, remove the checkmark for the UPnP User Interface, then click on OK. useful reference

After all I spent on this Suite... Then reboot. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 3. Meyer Subscribe to RegistryNuke Email Address * © Copyright 2011-2012 RegistryNuke.com All Rights Reserved. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/146698/i-have-a-problem-with-kdwin-cant-removed-it/

If anything goes wrong, you can use the import option to restore the registry to previous status. That was good.He feels that there is a conflict between CS5, CS5.5 and CS6 instances of Acrobat. and then no more.I went to the other installation and updtaed and launched Adobe Applicxation Manager, it says I have some applications (illustrator,....., but not Acrobat X Pro), installed, OK. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 31.

This problem was driving me crazy since over one year and most people didn't even understand what the issue was. There is no apparent reaction and no window opening. Like a dream come true, :-) Thanks So Much, [...] P.S. Don't know if it works because can't find my registration #.

My first thought is that, if one could delay the antivirus update by a minute, the problem might not show up. 2005-04-10 – Stein Bjorndal reported: "... Do you use the multimedia portion of the keyboard and if so, does it not function now? As a typical and legitimate DLL ((Dynamic-link Library) ) file, KDWIN.EXE shares the common features of the DLL file and can be used by many programs and processes on a computer Frank wrote: I could work around the issue using PS Tray Factory.

Clear the Lock the taskbar option. If not, you can try to repeat the procedure until you have all of them. I've been having problems getting systray icons to appear (power, sound, and recently Ultramon which was giving an error). It's a bit complicated for beginners, but Microsoft provides a 'script' that can launch Powershell and help you to uninstall modern apps.AppRemover is specifically designed to remove security programs.Just download the

By the way, this registry file does about the same as running systray.reg and then systray_undo.reg (see below). 2007-01-16 – Thanks to Haris J. I may have to call the headquarters Monday, etc. But if all else fails, this is still a way out. 2006-01-16 – Larry Bowman wrote about a last resort workaround. Windows includes a tool called the Powershell, which allows you to delve more deeply into the Windows system.

How-to Video Guide: Fix common Windows errors and problems Tips on how to speed up your machine Protect your computer against online threats There are many kind of online threats that http://exomatik.net/i-have/i-have-many-problem.php SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved. The defect shows up when you don't have any icons set for hiding. In fact, exactly this has happened around July 2010, but the solution is already here: Offsets for NEW 6.0.2900.6018 file by mcrealize, corrected by TeaRex Unfortunately patching a system DLL is

Related References to Fix PC Error Installing and reinstalling Windows 7 How to Access an Admin Account in Windows Download PC Error Fixer to Fix KDWIN.EXE Error Written by John Smith HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \SOFTWARE \Microsoft \Windows \CurrentVersion \Run "ASUS Probe"="C:\Program Files\ASUS\Probe\AsusProb.exe" Double-click on "ASUS Probe" on the right side and change the value to read: "ASUS Probe"="C:\Program Files\ASUS\Probe\DelayedStart.vbs" The However, you could further damage your computer in case you're not familar with Windows Registry and failed to edit the associated Registry entries correctly. this page I don't know why it happens on my particular hardware, and the solution does not make _any_ sense, but it solved it.

Repair installation didn't help. Create a text file (File, New, Text file, or just open an Editor) and copy the following two lines into it: Wscript.Sleep 240000 ' 4 minutes WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell").Run """C:\Program Files\Asus\Probe\AsusProb.exe""", 2 The Deleting the value entirely is easiest and safest.

I haven't tested it yet and will wait for independent confirmation. 2005-02-17 – Cliff Cawley of r2 Studios contacted me and recommended his freeware program Startup Delayer, available from http://www.r2.com.au/software.php?show=startdelay. 2005-04-01

Open Task Manager: click on Start > click on Run > type: taskmgr Click on the Processes tab. Malwares such as viruses and Trojans are also known causes of KDWIN.EXE errors which often inject system without your awareness. This is apparently yet another way to accelerate the loading process for the other systray icons and may work for some. Select the second service check box and reboot your computer.

Re: Acrobat 10 won't start anymore ChrisCiapala Jun 9, 2012 2:15 AM (in response to kdwinton) For me problem also returned after some time. Many system issues arise from here. Delete system temporary files like error reports. Get More Info Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 37.

Thanks again for helping me. Re: Acrobat 10 won't start anymore hbax450 Jun 8, 2012 2:40 PM (in response to ChrisCiapala) Worked for me! Of course the troubleshooters in Action Center is not that perfect to fix all the problems. Do you know if these facts (products) is/are related to this problem?Also, after the above error message is presented, the following mesages "mhotkey" appears 3 times, then I delete them and

I want to thank you for your website and the solution to my missing systray icons. On the contrary. Thank you for your assistance. Some Windows XP installations show a peculiar defect in that some systray icons disappear or, rather, do not appear, when the system is booted and the user logs on.

In most cases, deleting a program from your machine alone will not remove the registry entries for the associate program. Apparently this changes the boot and logon timing enough on some computers to make things work. The changed registry settings are permanent, until you undo them. Thanks to everybody who contributed useful information!

The cleaner does remove a CS install of Acrobat, and while the CS6 uninstaller still thought Acrobat was installed, it did completely remove CS6 ok.Hopefully I'm not back here in 30 Then the registry key was missing. That assumes of course that systray even HAS a queue. I still have not found the problem and mine was solved for a couple hours by removing the cache.db file, but it reverted back to not working.

A new program Alex Milner has written the new program TrayIconsOK!, downloadable from http://am.vghost.ru/, which purportedly solves the problem permanently (but not the sound volume problem). However, the old poll results show that few users actually did this successfully, so we may consider this workaround undesirable and not waste time on it. Delete unwanted Windows components. Now the icons are back every time at each reboot.

Hide inactive icons This has nothing to do with the hide inactive icons settings. Soundsymbol was missing.