PDA

View Full Version : Error in command line? HELP QUICK



CSIgirl
31.01.2010, 19:48
Okay, I was trying to install something with Daemon Tools Lite when everything suddenly has a little Daemon Tools icon. Instead of an icon, the programs has a small DT icon instead, and when I try to start them, it says: "Error in command line". How can I solve this? PLEASE HELP! :'( My mom is gonna kill me if she finds out!

PS: I deleted the Daemon Tools programme, and tried to reinstall it, but I can't install stuff!! :'(

Blazkowicz
31.01.2010, 19:52
When you try to start what?

CSIgirl
31.01.2010, 19:59
Programs :S F. ex when I press Internet Explorer, it just says: "Error in command line", the only reason I managed to start it was because of a online readme.

Blazkowicz
31.01.2010, 20:03
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell\open\command

Ensure "Default" is:

"%1" %*

CSIgirl
31.01.2010, 20:11
Well, um, where do I find that?

Blazkowicz
31.01.2010, 20:12
Regedit of course.

CSIgirl
31.01.2010, 20:19
I open "Drive", but it can't find REGEDIT! :(

Blazkowicz
31.01.2010, 20:20
What about typing it into Start -> Run?

CSIgirl
31.01.2010, 20:21
I meant "Run" :P

Blazkowicz
31.01.2010, 20:26
If it can't even find the simple program regedit, windows is screwed up.

You may check c:\windows\ for regedit.exe and run it from there.

You may check regedit.exe to start through cmd.exe

CSIgirl
31.01.2010, 20:28
I found it, but what program should I use to open it?

CSIgirl
31.01.2010, 20:35
What program should I open regedit in?

AND, I found out that all the .exe files is the ones that aren't working.

Blazkowicz
31.01.2010, 20:36
None, exe starts itself.

OK, start creating a reg file and import it (double click on this reg file) with contents:


REGEDIT
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell\open\command]
@="\"%1\" %*"

CSIgirl
31.01.2010, 20:40
Well, I can't start it. It asks me what program I wanna open it in :S

Blazkowicz
31.01.2010, 20:43
Reg file doesn't care about exe.

CSIgirl
31.01.2010, 20:47
None, exe starts itself.

OK, start creating a reg file and import it (double click on this reg file) with contents:


REGEDIT
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell\open\command]
@="\"%1\" %*"

So I should create a regedit file? A normal .txt file, or?

Blazkowicz
31.01.2010, 21:03
A txt file which you rename its extension to reg.

CSIgirl
31.01.2010, 21:20
OH MY GOD, IT WORKED! THANK YOU SO MUCH! OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG! You're awesome! <3

vilfred
21.03.2010, 22:39
well i have the same problem i just dont understand what you mean. i greated a txt. file and renamed it: "extension to reg."
but where should i put it?

boronguy
21.07.2010, 14:21
i have the same probblem its so facking innoing :shocked::shocked::shocked:
and also when i try to delete something it says problem with command line and i have 1 terra bite disk space but i am using 958 gb of downloads and i could delete something before i downloaded deamon tools help me :confused::confused:
sorry for the bad spelling i am dutch