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Hi to both of you, Runner you jumped ahead of me. Search got me here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/914231 >>> >>> When I do as suggested I find that Regsvr32 Msxml.dll and Regsvr32 >>> Msxml2.dll report "The module failed to load. Go to the services tab & check the box beside "Hide all Microsoft services" option. If there is an "mmc /a", there might also be a command where you can pass the path to the file in question. http://xmailing.net/device-manager/device-manager-cannot-detect-the-device.php

Can you tell me how to fix this and open up the Device Manager in my Windows 7 PC? Click the down arrow to expand the drop down menu, at the bottom of it you'll see Mark this thread as solved. What happens when you click on it using this. click on the start menu and choose control panel 2.

Device Manager Won't Open Windows 10

You can try >>>> taking a CLSID and search in regedit, to see what it might >>>> correspond to. >>>> >>>> (WinXP) >>>> %systemroot%\system32\devmgr.dll >>>> Snapin CLSID="{74246BFC-4C96-11D0-ABEF-0020AF6B0B7A}" >>>> Snapin CLSID="{C96401CC-0E17-11D3-885B-00C04F72C717}" >>>> Make sure the binary is >>>> stored at the specified path or debug it to check for problems with >>>> the binary or dependant DLL. Have you made sure uac security is not set to high? The specified module could not be >>> found. >>> >>> Msxml3.dll seemed fine. >>> >>> I can get to Device Manager at Computer Management ok. >>> >>> However this help page

Anyone know what could be the problem? Just typing device in the startmenu files search should bring up device manager. http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/3413-repair-install.html Last edited: 2010/09/18 Ann goddez1, #9 2010/09/18 Tocchin Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2010/02/17 Messages: 34 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 81 Location: Indonesia Computer Experience: Beginner Yes, it was Device Manager Not Opening Windows 10 You can now use Device Manager to update device drivers, view the system resources that a hardware device is using, etc.

The >> sequence might go something like this. >> >> 1) You try to use devmgmt.msc . The first one was failed, so I tried the second time with windows installation dvd. The specified module could not be found. https://www.windowsbbs.com/threads/cant-open-device-manager.95243/ Search got me here: > > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/914231 > > When I do as suggested I find that Regsvr32 Msxml.dll and Regsvr32 > Msxml2.dll report "The module failed to load.

This may because the file does not exist, is not an MMC console, or was created by a later version of MMC. Mmc Cannot Open The File Windows 7 Phooie Shame on me. It's not really a problem but ya, it would be good if it was removed.Thanks Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: WINVLORE.EXE does NOT belong there by Mingomya Upcoming Training Feb 7:Mastering Windows 10 v1607 in the Enterprise with Johan Arwidmark Feb 8: Enhance VMware Data Protection With the Cloud Feb 14: Colocation User Best Practices Feb 16: Defeating

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The time now is 03:22 AM. http://windowsitpro.com/windows/jsi-tip-10418-you-receive-mmc-cannot-open-file-cwindowssystem32devmgmtmsc-when-you-open-devi Did you run sfc? Device Manager Won't Open Windows 10 Whereas, to get the MMC console stuff to handle it, > they use a different extension. >4) When the XML parser reads it, it finds references to things like > the Device Manager Won't Open Windows 7 I hate to be all gloom and doom and realize these are leaped conclusions but experience often makes one a bit pessimistic in some areas.

Getting there via MMC leaves me "working through a keyhole" with all the MMC clutter around what I'm trying to see, needlessly taking up screen space.) RC -- R. http://xmailing.net/device-manager/device-manager-is-gone.php I'll try to see what google said about this Tocchin, #3 2010/09/18 goddez1 Geek Member Joined: 2002/01/12 Messages: 2,973 Likes Received: 49 Trophy Points: 618 Location: Houston, Tx Computer Experience: Tocchin What you have done is a startup repair which is a Windows 7 system recovery tool that scans for and try's to fix certain problems such as damaged system files And also verify that there is a file mapping between .msc >> and the use of mmc.exe . Mmc Cannot Open

Last edited: 2010/09/18 Tocchin, #10 2010/09/19 goddez1 Geek Member Joined: 2002/01/12 Messages: 2,973 Likes Received: 49 Trophy Points: 618 Location: Houston, Tx Computer Experience: Depends on area. This should be located in the system32 folder. I might even reinstall the OS or put in a backup drive. weblink http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925673 It's some kind of cottage industry I guess :-( Like weaving wicker baskets.

C. Device Manager Not Working Windows 7 I am in win 7 forum, darn it! White, Oct 17, 2012 #13 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?

Uncheck the load startup items checkbox.

then click on the system and security 3. Staff Online Now Admin. Search got me here: >>> >>> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/914231 >>> >>> When I do as suggested I find that Regsvr32 Msxml.dll and Regsvr32 >>> Msxml2.dll report "The module failed to load. Mmc Cannot Open The File C Windows System32 Servermanager Msc The specified module could not be >>>>> found. >>>>> >>>>> Msxml3.dll seemed fine. >>>>> >>>>> I can get to Device Manager at Computer Management ok. >>>>> >>>>> However this help page

This can also be you do not have sufficient access rights to the file”. Similar Threads Open / use a RAR file in win7?? The >>>> sequence might go something like this. >>>> >>>> 1) You try to use devmgmt.msc . check over here Was it the one in KB914231 ? >> >> "MMC cannot open the file C:\WINDOWS\system32\devmgmt.msc" >> >> Because, that implies something called MMC is trying to open a >> file of

Does this show up in list. Database administrator? JSI Tip 10418. In my case, the two that >>>> I spotted are devmgr.dll and mmcndmgr.dll .

Not knowing what your root cause was, prior to startup repair, sure makes this hard call. Discussions cover how to detect, fix, and remove viruses, spyware, adware, malware, and other vulnerabilities on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Device Manager: Won't open