The upshot is that the easiest way to determine which versions of the .NET Framework you have installed on a computer is to locate the \Microsoft.NET\Framework folder in the drive you installed it on. Hope this helps!
i do some googled and found These error messages may be caused by the WORM_KLEZ.E virus, or one of its variations. The executable file name "qbw32[xxx].exe" may vary, where "[xxx].exe" is a randomly generated and false executable name.
I'v come across this too. it seems that it's a virus aye but not no ordinary one, i think that whatever it is? burns itself into the hardware or something and never goes away, also it jumps from computer to computer via usb thumbdrives and the like...
i don't know if it affects other operating systems the same way as windows but if you have it? i don't think you can get rid of it unless you know exactly what your looking for.
my suspicionns are either the bios or the graphics card but of course i can be wrong? it may not even be a virus?
I get this error code whenever I try to start almost ANYTHING. I can't even start Windows explorer (I have Vista Home Premium). It gives me the answer: CLASS NOT REGISTERED.
Cannot open any program, it always gives me the same answer: The applications failed to initialize properly (0xc000007b). Click OK to terminate...
I can only run the browsers, but Java programs do not run on them either (says: missing plugin).
This all started after running the application O&O Defrag to defragment the drive. Hours later when I checked it out, the computer did not respond, so I restarted, and this is the result - I cannot do much on my computer.
Any ideas? I am running a scan right now (Avast antivirus). Hoping it might help.
for free antivirus avast is better than avg. avast free has a boot time scan feature, that avg lacks, and can scann operating system files that don't get scanned when the os is running. avast is great. as i have the same problem i am going to try to install avast on that computer which is hard as it wont conect to internet. to regester.