Ever since I force-quit the Windows XP Home Edition on my VMWare Fusion virtual PC for Mac, I've been pestered with one or the other of the following
two"Invalid Windows Image" error message scenarios as the Desktop is opening:
1. The message entitled "msmsgs.exe - Bad Image" which reads
"The application or DLL C:\ WINDOWS\WinSxS\x86_Microsoft.Windows.GdiPlus_ 6595b64144ccf1df_1.0.6002.22791_x-ww_c8dff154\gdiplus.dll is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette" appears. Clicking the
OK button removes it and normal service ensues.
2. The above message appears, followed by a succession of others after every click on
OK, preventing normal service and resulting in a competition in which I must try to click on
Start / Turn off computer / Turn off before the next error message presents itself and overrides my attempt to close; ie: The same message, but entitled
"ACDaemon.exe - Bad Image" or "ArcCon.ac - Bad Image", and a different message entitled
"APSDaemon.exe - Bad Image" which reads "The application or DLL C:\ Program Files\ Common Files\ Apple\ Apple Application Support\ CFNetwork.dll is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette".
Is there any way of removing this problem short of a complete reinstallation of my virtual PC and Windows OS?
The error message says "check this against your installation diskette". How is this done and does it enable the problem to be removed? Could someone please provide me with an idiot's guide to the required procedure?
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