A "fat" program in the list of "add or remove programs" win XP
A colleague at work "boasted" a strange list of installed programs (start->control panel->add or remove programs)
I'm very surprised, could not help but ask a question to experts. What could it be?
Looks like this is one heavy item in the list.
1. It starts like this: (warm up of the finger on the mouse wheel :-))
2. Continues here:
3. Then here it is:
4. Then here it is:
5. Items 2-4 are repeated four times.
6. It all ends with happiness like so:
Buttons to remove/change, as you can see there. But this "element" can be identified as other. Then he will be here in these colors:
The machine is licensed for windows XP sp3
Antivirus outpost security suite 7.1.1 free with firewall.
The phenomenon has been observed for a long time. Reboot, of course, does not help.
Otherwise Windows works as normal Windows.
Please do not have method of disposal, rather just wondering: what could it be?
Thanks in advance :-)
UPD: if you change the width of the window resize and the width of these vertical stripes and the distance between them
The alphabet looks like habrahabr.ru/ wormed in the list )
But seriously, look in the registry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall everything that is listed in the window
mae_Kuh answered on October 8th 19 at 01:07
felicia_Greenfelder83 answered on October 8th 19 at 01:09
I have the Ubuntu graphics driver fail very similar (was about the scrolling).
Perhaps the reason is this, try to update fire wood on vidyuhi.
sabrina35 answered on October 8th 19 at 01:11
Installing and uninstalling programs in XP — this is a HTA (HTML Application). Clean cache Explorer and open again. Helped me :)
mariane.Morar75 answered on October 8th 19 at 01:13
I think the usual glitch. It's like the notorious feature, when the window the whole picture to draw from the waves and hills.
antonette.Gislas answered on October 8th 19 at 01:15
It apparently uses Internet Explorer to display a list with all the attendant (who is WinSpy++ from visual Studio test, I do not have).