asked 2 years ago viewed 12756 times active 7 months ago Blog Stack Overflow Podcast #98 - Scott Hanselman Is Better Than Us at Everything Benefits for Developers from San Francisco And since they were all installed at the same time I can't go by dates. I guess we'll just have to wait and see. I resolved this by removing the space (D:/source2012).
Hopefully Micrsoft or Nvidia fixes this sooner rather then later. It is not so much of Nvidia's fault as it is Micro$oft's. SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. And I just checked... http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/bizarre-cmd-exe-problem-518878.html
Command seems to work fine because I ran scannow without difficulty.I have tried uninstalling Norton and reinstalling ESET but that made no difference. The Win32 file system rules discard the extra backslash, so the executable launched is C:\Program Files\ABC\xyz.exe and the executable is presumably ignoring the missing close-quote in its argument. thanks for all your help!
davidc1000Dec 14, 2014, 7:23 PM I have the KB3011970 showing as installed on the 9 Dec. I am still unsure of this theory because I uninstalled KB3014406 briefly this morning and it didn't circumvent this issue, and the cmd.exe error 142 would still appear upon shutdown. HarlequinoxDec 14, 2014, 7:45 PM I can absolutely confirm that this has something to do with GeForce Experience AND the Windows 7 Updates that were installed in past 2-4 days (can't Cmd Not Working Windows 10 As I said in my post, it appeared after I uninstalled a security suite.
Is it possible windows thought it had to install something, and the installer had already installed the update (I went onto windows update earlier myself to install the windows and silverlight Cmd Not Working In Windows 7 After a lot of searching I found a post from someone who had got rid of the problem by uninstalling Nvidia's GeForce Experience software. It isn't in the Installed Updates tab, but KB3014406 can still be found. her latest blog davidc1000Dec 14, 2014, 5:03 PM Sturmgewehr_44 said: davidc1000 said: Success!
I did find that Geforce Experience was involved. Command Prompt Not Working In Windows 10 Apr 29 '14 at 14:21 That doesn't seem to work either :( –Ganesh Satpute Apr 30 '14 at 6:54 @GaneshS OK, now I get what you were I don't know, but if you can do without silverlight, it seems like a quick fix for the time being. Is it that hard to isolate and fix?
Did the Elves do mathematics? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2422119/cmd-exe-application-error-shutdown.html open .vcxproj file of your project search for tag check carefully what's going inside this tag, the path is right? Command Prompt Not Recognizing Commands The question is Why "cmd /c" .... Cmd Commands Not Recognized Windows 7 If any of you has had a similar problem, please let us know.EDIT: I don't have Silverlight installed.
Today, 3 days after a clean Win7 installation, had the same issue. Any advice on how to find it? I disabled Geforce Experience Backend and NVidia Capture Server Proxy from my start up list. Additional note: combining MC ND's answer with mine, the first command line in the question is being interpreted like this: we start with "cmd /C" "C:\\Program Files\ABC\xyz.exe" -register="abc" which becomes %ComSpec% Cmd Not Working Windows 8
enter key will run the command you enter You will notice my command window opened at system32 instead of the path set in "start in", this is because I opened it This seems to me that KB3014406 uninstalled it and took it's place. davidc1000Dec 14, 2014, 8:14 PM Rhino97 said: davidc1000 said: I have the KB3011970 showing as installed on the 9 Dec. It's not affecting anything accept an extra second or two at shutdown (for me) so I'm not going to waste too much time troubleshooting this.
I would not have used the other otherwise. Commands Are Not Working In Command Prompt When the line is readed and parsed, "cmd /c" is converted to execute the command interpreter with the /c" ... And how can I solve this problem?
Sturmgewehr_44Dec 14, 2014, 4:11 PM I've been getting the same. It doesn't seem to affect my pc's operation but is irritating. I don't know how this affected the KB3011970 update and there is no trace of a later update. Command Prompt Not Recognizing Commands Windows 10 It could have been the whole past week of updates that could have contributed to Geforce Experience causing this bug.
Wish if someone will explain that. The default location of C:/Users/USERNAME works fine for non-admin commands. I've downloaded useful utilities from that site in the past. I use Nvidia software and getting rid of GeForce Experience worked for me too.
Hey there, i have the same problem. For me, it does not show the error on every single shut down, it is intermittent. The nirsoft link gets reported by ZoneAlarm as distributing spyware. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Wow, old post but look at that path.
The RE didn't work, though, regardless of which of the three places I launched it from. share|improve this answer edited Dec 11 '15 at 6:11 answered Dec 5 '13 at 4:58 CLIFFORD P Y 3081215 I have one instance of VS with my main project You can make your own copy from Windows 7 Ultimate Edition, but now you have an easier alternative." This doesn't sound to me like just cause for a recommendation to "lose I have tried selectively disabling services and startup functions but that made no difference either.
I can reproduce the behaviour but I can't explain it! Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 10-02-2010, 12:12 PM #2 jcgriff2 Team Manager, Microsoft SupportBSOD Kernel Dump Expert Join Date: Sep 2007 Location: New Jersey Shore Posts: It defaults to the path where the actual cmd.exe resides in the system32 folder. . This substitution can be easily tested set "ComSpec=c:\windows\system32\calc.exe" "cmd /c" echo hello share|improve this answer edited Apr 30 '14 at 13:26 answered Apr 30 '14 at 9:01 MC ND 45.1k32446
After a lot of searching I found a post from someone who had got rid of the problem by uninstalling Nvidia's GeForce Experience software. I am wondering if they somehow run their own dos shell ontop of cmd.exe and they call it cmd.exe but when you uninstalled it didn't rename some files back or something. I ran the sevenforums procedure, and everything appears to be fine. It really seems simple, Geforce Experience was possibly the root.
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