Fix keymgr.dll errors
keymgr.dll is a DLL file which is responsible for component Stored User Names and Passwords in Windows systems like Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit. It was created on 7/13/2009 4:34:01 PM, the size is 158720 bytes and its version is 6.1.7600.16385.
keymgr.dll can be infected by virus Virus:W97M/Class.BW which spreads through social network Skyrock to download and install malware Proactive Password Auditor on the affected machines.
Once infected, the file path of keymgr.dll will be re-set as:
And the software like PC game Heroes of Might and Magic III: Armageddon's Blade, Web browser SeaMonkey 2.2 or antivirus Symantec Client Management Suite can't start up, along with error message:
keymgr.dll is missing or was not found.
When you restart your computer, you would receive keymgr.dll blue screen of death (BSOD), along with stop error code:
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MY COMPUTER WON'T START
I DOWNLOADED WINDOWS VISTA SERVICE UPDATE 1 ON 10/24/09 AND SINCE THEN MY COMPUTER WILL NOT START UP. I HAVE TRIED TO OPEN IN SAFE MODE AND IT FREEZES AT \WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\CRCDISK.SYS. I HAVE TRIED SYSTEM RESTORE BUT IT WILL CONTINUE TO RUN FOR UP TO 9 HOURS. I HAVE TRIED TO REPAIR THE COMPUTER FROM THE F8 PROMPT AND I GET THIS ERROR MESSAGE: !! 0xc0190036!! 2524/99610 (KEYMGR.DLL) DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW I CAN REPAIR MY COMPUTER?
If the System Restore doesn't work (I'm not sure why it's freezing like it is), do a Startup Repair by booting to the genuine Windows Vista Installation Disk (or one you can borrow from ANYONE) or from a Recovery Disk. Here's the procedure: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/tutorial148.html . To boot to the CD you may need to change the BIOS to make the CD-drive first in the boot sequence. To do that, wait for the screen that tells you the F key to push to access the boot menu or boot setup. Push it quickly. Make the changes, save your work, and exit. Put the CD in the drive and reboot. When prompted, push any key to boot from the CD. If you don't have either disk, you can make a bootable Recovery Disk using http://neosmart.net/blog/2008/windows-vista-recovery-disc-download/ along with burning software like: http://www.snapfiles.com/get/active-isoburner.html and, of course, a blank CD. If that doesn't work, try to boot into safe mode (repeatedly click the F8 key while boo
Hi, Please go to link below, http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/tutorial148.html Slan go foill, Paul
Network Share cached credential cannot be cleared in Windows 7
I have tested connecting Windows 7 with WD Sharespace and Synology NAS. After the first login with credentials , for subsequent logins Windows 7 does not prompt for user credentials. Whenever i type \\server , it goes straight to the network shares. I have googled and tested some given solutions , none worked for windows 7. What i have tried. 1. Cleared all Credentials in User accounts 1. Open User Accounts by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel , clicking User Accounts and Family Safety (or clicking User Accounts , if you are connected to a network domain), and then clicking User Accounts . 2. In the left pane, click Manage your credentials . 3. Click on the credential you would like to remove, and then click on Remove from vault. 2. Deleted network shares using net use command net use * /delete 3. Deleted stored network server credentials using the command below ( same as method 1) run >>rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr Method 2 only works for windows XP. Method
Hi, Check if the steps from the links below help you fix the problem. http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/w7itpronetworking/thread/2b3b476b-2459-4dbd-ab38-2396069797c0 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/172931 If the issue persists, then please post your query on the Microsoft TechNet forums for further assistance. Here’s the link: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/w7itprosecurity/threads Regards, Afzal Taher - Microsoft Support. Visit our Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think.
OneNote 2010 "Our server is having a problem..." cannot see online files or share or save.
Hello, I am using OneNote 2010 on Windows Vista (yes!). Due to some problems I had to re-install both Vista and Office. Since then, I cannot "Open in OneNote" the files from OneDrive or OneNote online (before it was possible) and i cannot save new files from OpenOffice. I have seen several similar questions on the support pages, and I have tried some of the suggestions: complete info at windowslive (that does not exist anymore), running " rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr" on the command line, click here and there, but without success. Any suggestion? Thanks in advance.
I appreciate very much the answer. Here the information: 1) No. 2) regular OneDrive. 3) I can save to the OneNote desktop app folder in the desktop. I don't know how to save directly from Office to OneDrive.com. The OneNote interface for save as is different in OneNote and other office programs. I am using "Home and Student" Version (Vista is Home Basic or something like that.) 4) Yes, but it was not running. I opened it and tried again without success. My OneNote files appear in the OneNote desktop app as webshortcuts (or similar, my system is not in English). I can open Word and Excel files from OneDrive.com in Word and Excel (desktop), but I can't do the same with OneNote. When I open Word or Excel files a popup asks me to login with my windows live id. It does not do the same in OneNote. I just installed this update. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=45857 I turned off the AntiVirus just in case. But the result is the same. I still cannot open the file. Thank
Hello Liam, Before we proceed, I need more information to help you better. 1) Is your computer connected to a network/domain? 2) Are you trying to Open\Save the OneNote notebooks from regular OneDrive or OneDrive for Business (SharePoint)? 3) Can you save the files directly from within Office applications to OneDrive? 4) Do you have OneDrive desktop app installed on your computer? Note: Ensure that you’ve installed all the latest updates for Office/OneNote 2010. Reply with necessary information and I’ll be happy to help you further. Thank you.
Update: After a while I tried again and it worked. I don't know what was the problem or why it was solved, but now it is fine. Thank you very much for your help that guided me towards the solution. Liam Ke Taipei
Obtain listing of save IE ID's and Passwords
I have windows 7 64 bit running on my PC, and i have been told that Credential Manager has been disabled even thought it is still listed. i have also been told the only way to obtain a list is by issuing the following command under cmdkey "rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr". I have issued the command and created a backup, which saves the backup as a *.crd file. I now want to read the file to see the contents, i have tried the following without success. - Cardfile - azzCardfile -EvEdit Can anyone please help? proper way to list IE saved ID;s and Passwords or proper program to read the backup file. Thank you markz60
You could just open Credential Manager and it is not disable and under web, you may access your saved username and password.
Credential Manager posts the following error:
Cyber_Defend_Tean, i ran the scan and it completed and indicated a corrupt file was found but could not be fixed. It provided the link to the log file, but when i tried to open it i got access denied.... markz60
sorry attachment did not post.... Here it is: An Error occurred while performing this operation Error Code: 0x80070425 Error Message: The Service cannot accept contol messages at this time.
Open start and search for cmd and right click on it and run it as administrator and then type: sfc /scannow And let it run and see what is the result.
I have windows 7 64 bit running on my PC, and i have been told that Credential Manager has been disabled even thought it is still listed. i have also been told the only way to obtain a list is by issuing the following command under cmdkey "rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr". I have issued the command and created a backup, which saves the backup as a *.crd file. I now want to read the file to see the contents, i have tried the following without success. - Cardfile - azzCardfile -EvEdit Can anyone please help? proper way to list IE saved ID;s and Passwords or proper program to read the backup file. I haven't heard that Credential Manager has been disabled/discontinued, but very, very few website passwords are stored in Credential Manager on my systems. Access Credential Manager in the usual way... Control Panel > View by: Small icons > User Accounts > select your account > Manage your credentials. Don
Do you have access to Windows 7 installer file? If yes, you may run repair install.
Hotmail still suggests an email address when you type a letter even after I have already deleted the accounts using control keymgr.dll Now what should I do?
Glenn of Burnaby wrote Hotmail still suggests an email address when you type a letter even after I have already deleted the accounts using control keymgr.dll Now what should I do? Eh? -- Shenan Stanley MS-MVP -- How To Ask Questions The Smart Way http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
"We can t remove windows accounts"
To sign out from office we get: "We can t remove windows accounts" - Opened Excel and shows Connected services loading in a loop... - DA is connected fine no errors. - ipconfig shows good IPs - Not sure if it is an Active Directory Issue or merely an O365 account issue. Online suggests even un-checking O365 on 365 portal and siwtch account on Office excel file and re-log in but no access to more. Any help or ideas, thank you very much!!
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Hi Ed_958, To determine whether the issue is related to the Office client or the Office 365 account, please share with us the above information I requested, so that we can try to reproduce the issue. Regards, Jiaxing
1- The values are changed so that we can sign out and sign back in to office account 2- Yes, several users are affected by the same, they get the same error. 3- There is single sign on yes, but it is only used to access browsers, it goes first with PC credentials which are stored in the domain part of the computer, if failed then goes for a Digital Badge, then email and password finally. 4-Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise 6.1.7601 
Hi Ed_958, Can you share any update about the issue? Regards, Jiaxing
Hi Ed_958, We will check if the same issue will occur from our side with the same versions of Office applications and operating system as you have. Please allow us some time for the test. According to your screenshot, you’re using the MSI version of Office 2013. To move forward, please install the hotfix in the article below to check the outcome: Hotfix KB2910915 for Office 2013 December 9, 2014 (Mso-x-none.msp) Note : Restart is required when the hotfix is installed. If the issue persists, please understand we need more information to further troubleshoot the issue: 1. Check if the issue occurs in a new Windows user profile, so that we can know if the issue is profile related. 2. If it’s convenient, ask your administrator to check if the issue happens to an Office 365 cloud user (Single-Sign-On is disabled). If not, the issue should be related to your Single-Sign-On settings. We will help you further based on your update. Regards, Jiaxing
Out updates are received from an internal Server, not Microsoft Update Server. Patches and fixes come through internally. For some reason office is thinking we want to remove Windows Account instead of Signing Out of it. Either a mistake or the error provided by office is incorrect. We are all O365 accounts Version: 22.214.171.12401 Service Pack 1 Build 7601 Thanks
Hi Ed_958, Have you referred to the above suggestions? Can you share any update? Regards, Jiaxing
Hi Ed_958, To investigate the issue, please confirm the following information: 1. Are the values of the above Regkeys changed before the issue occurred? Did you set any other policies for the applications? 2. Check if the issue happens to other users. 3. Is there a Single-Sign-On environment in your organization? 4. The detailed version of your Windows system and Office applications. Meanwhile, please share with us a screenshot of the error message. Regards, Jiaxing
Just to be more clear, The "Office Updates" button/option/feature shown in your image is not available in our environment. What will you reproduce? See attached. It appears you have not seen this error before and that´s what I was looking for, someone who might experienced the same and provides useful workaround without asking too much information. I am closing this better. thanks
Hi Ed_958, Thanks for your update. To further look into the issue, please confirm the following action items: 1. Check if the issue occurs in a new Windows user profile. 2. Use an Office 365 cloud user to check the outcome. 3. Provide a screenshot of the Product Information including the detailed version number of your Office applications. Open Excel > File > Account > Product Information > Office Updates . Regards, Jiaxing
Security-kerberos Event ID 14 . credential manager causes system to login to network with invalid password and lock the account.
A number of systems on the domain keep locking a specific account. When this happens, the system logs event 14 which clearly shows the domain\account that is being used to access a server share. I have been able to clear the stored credential by logging in to a few systems using remote desktop and issuing the following: 1. Launch a command prompt and run "psexec -i -s -d cmd.exe" 2. From the new DOS window run "rundll32 keymgr.dll,KRShowKeyMgr" This launches the "Stored User Names and Passwords" dialog within the System context, which allows me to manually remove the stored credentials. Obviously, this manual process is extremely time consuming. What I'm looking for is a way to automate this procedure, maybe using ADVAPI32.dll? Any help greatly appreciated. Thank you. JP
Hi, The issue you posted would be better suited in the TechNet Forums. I would recommend posting your query in the TechNet Forums. http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/category/w7itpro
Office keeps asking for password
Split from this thread . Hi lsjohnston , Thanks for posting in our forum. We will try our best to provide support for you. Could you please try to clean the credentials to see the outcome first? Close all of your Office applications. Press Windows+ R> Input the following command and press Enter.>Remove the credentials(e.g. MicrosoftOffice16_Data:xxx). rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr Open your Office Application like Excel and sign in again to see the outcome. If the issue persists, to better address this behavior, could you please share the following information? Your OS version. A screenshot of your Office Product Information. (Please open Excel>File>Account>capture a screenshot of all the info under Product Information. It will show us your subscription, Office version and channel.) Please capture a screenshot of the notification that asks you to login. Regards, Zixuan This is the user that after following instructions still ask for a password [Information has been removed acco
Hi Antonia, This kind of issue is often caused by the credentials stored on your computer. You can try the following steps to see the outcome: 1. Exit all Office applications. 2. Reset Internet Explorer settings . 3. Run Regedit as administrator. 4. From Registry Editor, browse to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Common\Identity 5. Delete the Identity folder. 6. Open an Office application like Word and sign in with the Office 365 account. Note: Before you modify the registry, back up the registry for restoration in case problems occur. WARNING : Using Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the incorrect use of Registry Editor can be solved. Use Registry Edit at your own risk. If this issue persists, please follow the steps below to remove credentials to see the result: 1. Close all Office apps. 2. Click Win+E key Open File Explorer. 3. Type t
Hi Antonia, Have you checked my suggestions above? Can you use Office normally now? It would be great if you can let me know about your recent progress. Regards, Neo
Windows 10: Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer do not save passwords
I've just done a complete re-installation of Windows 10. Windows carried over my IE/Edge histories and such, but not passwords. Using Edge, I found it did not save passwords on web sites. The options are set to save passwords; it simply doesn't do so. I t did not even ask if I wanted to save passwords. Checking the manage passwords option, no passwords are present. (This is not an issue with non-Microsoft browsers. It was not an issue several years ago when I'd saved several passwords using Microsoft browsers with Windows 10. This is also not a case of sites being set to not save passwords, as nothing at all is in the Manage Passwords panel.) I switched to Internet Explorer, for the same results. IE will not even ask to save passwords for any site. I went to the Credentials Manager. The Credentials Manager says that no web passwords have been saved. I did a web search. I found this problem has been widely reported for the last two years, and that Microsoft has never fixed it nor
Edge saves passwords fine here and occasionally asks that question, if I want to save a login password to a site I've not used in a while. Some sites pop the notification for login approval to my cell phone for Edge fine too. I use default windows defender, and the Edge extension, Adguard. Would be curious if you have TPM enabled in your bios. Couple years or so back something windows complained about Tpm here and I had to reset it a few times. You might run TPM.msc which should tell you if enabled and working ok.
Sounds like you have a cookie problem. Majority of typical website passwords are saved in a cookie.
No. It isn't a cookie problem. Clearing cookies has no effect. Neither Edge nor IE will give the option to save a password, Edge and Web Credentials shows no passwords are saved, and Edge shows that no sites have been marked to reject saving. As I said, people have been reporting this problem for at least the last two years. None of the supplied solutions work, either for myself or apparently for pretty much anyone else who has asked the question over the years. This is something that should not be breaking off of a fresh install. It shouldn't be breaking at all. It is made worse in that Microsoft decided not to allow people to create web password credentials, only allowing existing saved passwords to be altered or deleted, so you can't even work around whatever it was that Microsoft broken years ago.
I am unable to remove any .net passport accounts using the Manage Network passwords option in user accounts.
I can remove all accounts that are not .Net Passport accounts, but when I try to remove a .Net passport account I get a message stating that "windows cannot remove the login information." I have full administrative rights for my user. I added my user to the administrators group. I also tried to remove them using the Administrator user, in normal mode and in Safe Mode. Currently if you incorrectly type a user ID into the .net passport login dialog box, it saves it to the system and appears in the dropdown selection. Since I never have the system save passwords on my system I always have to type it in. One time I thought I was in the password field and typed my password, and pressed enter. Unfortunately, I was in the login ID field and now my password is saved in the dropdown list as a .net Passport account and I cannot remove it. I am able to remove my actual, correct .net passport account. The problem seems to be associated only with invalid accounts. I can change my password so I am
my computer doesn't have a users folder. how do i go about it now?
This did not resolve the issue. It only removed the valid accounts. Here is a screen shot of the Login dialog with the invalid accounts in the dropdown. http://www.lutztech.com/public/net_Passport_login_dialog.jpg Here is the Manage Network Passwords dialog in User Accounts. Also shown is the message I get when I choose remove. http://www.lutztech.com/public/manage_network_passwords.jpg I have also tried using the command cmdkey in a cmd shell run as administrator. I get the same results. I can remove valid accounts but not the invalid ones. Below is a screen shot of the command showing the accounts in the list, and the odd results that it can't find the element it just listed. http://www.lutztech.com/public/cmdkey.jpg
I have this same problem but with VISTA and it does not have the Group Policy Management... any suggestions for a rookie?
Lutztech, Although I'm not able to find any information on that specific error, I have created steps that may help resolve the issue. The following steps will remove all entries within Manage Your Network Passwords: Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think.
I finally resolved this issue. Here are the steps I performed some may be unnecessary, but I did not take the time to try every combination to determine the minimum steps needed. Run Group Policy Management (Start/Run/ gpedit.msc ) In Computer Configuration/Windows Settings/Security Settings/Security Options. Enable Network access: Do not allow storage of credentials or .NET Passports for network authentication Remove the Credentials Folder. You'll need to be able to see Hidden Files and Folders to do this step. Navigate to c:\Users\(username)\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft . Delete the Credentials folder. If you use MSN Messenger. Open Messenger and turn off/uncheck any remember me options. In Windows Live Messenger 2009 there is an option to forget me on the main login dialog panel. Remove any network locations that may utilize .Net Passport authentication. i.e. SkyDrive or MSN file locations. The ones that prompt you for .Net Passport authentication when you try to access them. If ther
I'm very impressed! Glad you got it figured out and thanks for coming back to let us know!! Thanks for using Microsoft Answers! Cody C Microsoft Answers Support Engineer Visit our Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think.
Windows 7 Backup network share, cached username/password?
One of the users in our domain decided it was good idea to configure the backup solution in Win 7 to save backups on her network share on a Windows 2008 R2-server. Not a bad idea, however she got asked to enter her username and password, which she did. Now her user keeps getting locked out (even though she re-entered the username and password.) If she starts a new backup, it seems like her user gets locked immidiatley. This also happend from time to time even though we turned off the scheduled backup. We tried to run rundll32.exe keymgr.dll,KRShowKeyMgr to see if there was something stored we could remove, but we couldn't find anything related to backup. Any input? (Now I don't know how this is supposed to work, but I don't feel this is a very good solution for companys with strict password policies and expiring passwords. It's maybe mainly designed for less complicated home networks?)
Ok. Reposted here: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-us/windowsbackup/thread/a1226c88-a373-470b-893e-afa4793f412c This thread may be closed.
Hi Erikmy , Thank you for posting in Microsoft Community. The issue you posted would be better suited in the TechNet Forums. I would recommend posting your query in the below link. Windows Server Forums: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-us/category/windowsserver I hope the above information helps you.
Problems with autoadminlogon
I have a strange problem. I have setup a number of different computers (Windows XP, sp3) for the public library. I setup autoadmin logon for our 'public' user with the domain and the username and password and also use a different shell. I reboot and it works fine. I export that key just in case I need to redo it for some reason. This has worked hundreds of times in the last several years. But now on one computer when I run the exported key it may or may not autologon the first time, but after that it is trying to login' jfrasier' to the local computer which doesn't work because it is trying to use public's password. Then when I check the registry I see that the winlogon key has been changed to use my logon and password. Other than that key, my logon (jfrasier) appears nowhere in the registry, does not have a user profile on this computer and I don't even think that I ever logged into it, although I may have once to test something. Since the problem seemed to revolve around the winlogon
Hi, The issue you posted would be better suited in the TechNet Forums. I would recommend posting your query in the TechNet Forums for further assistance http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/itproxpsp/threads
Accessing shares in another Domain
I have a number of Windows 7 SP1 desktops (Domain I) attempting to connect to a file server in another domain (Domain B) that is behind a firewall. We have mapped persistent network drives to the share with a user account and current password from domain B. We made sure that the password is not stored when connecting to the share (passwords change every 60 days). We are seeing the desktop in Domain I is sending credentials and locking out the account used in Domain B even though we did not check "remember my credentials" when connecting to the network share. The desktop in Domain I is not using Credential Manager to store Domain B's user account and password. Credential Manager is disabled via GPO in Domain I. I have checked the desktop to see if it is storing the credentials with Key Manager (rundll32.exe keymgr.dll KRShowKeyMgr). Nothing shows up there. We renamed any of the accounts in Domain B that matched the accounts in Domain I in hopes it would prevent the accounts from ge
Unable to sign out of Windows Solution Centre
Question Summary Other Windows Live ID issues Please provide your impacted Email address : *** Email address is removed for privacy *** Additional Details So after the pleasure of having to register in some public forum to resolve one issue i'm rewarded with another issue. I'm now unable to to sign out of windows live solution center. Even when closing the browser and going back to hotmail i'm still logged in. I also tried a procedure noted on the forum which was to hold windows and 'r', input 'control keymgr.dll' an delete any addresses but there was nothing there. I see what Hotmail are trying to achieve with this forum but i'm not seeing any evidence that it works any better than a direct conversation or email contact with a supplier/customer. Why make personal problems and information public. Really doesn't seem to be a customer centric approach, is time consuming for the customer and i've not been able to get any answer from other peoples issues anyway. Not a great week with Hotma
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"system error 5 has occurred" - Access is denied. Net Use
net use L: \\ATU1277\scans MyPassword /user:SCANS System error 5 has occurred. Access is denied. net view \\192.168.1.1 System error 5 has occurred. Access is denied. I'm trying to setup network shares on an XP Pro sp2 machine. I had sp3 installed and removed it because an IBM program wouldn't run in sp3. I'm trying to share a folder called scans on an AS/400. The AS/400 netshares is configured to share the folder with unlimited users. The user allowed to share the folder on the AS/400 is called scans. The user scans is created in XP Pro. Both computers have the same user name called scans and the same password. The user scans on the AS/400 is enabled. Both computers are set with a workgroup called Workgroup. In XP Pro the: computer browser has been restarted. Net Logon is not started and set to manual. If I go into Windows Explorer, My Network Places, Entire Network, Microsoft Windows Network, Workgroup, ATU1277 It asks me for a user name and a password. If I put in user name:scan
Hi Docfxit, The issue that you’ve posted is better suited in the TechNet Forums. Please refer the below mentioned link for further assistance. Windows XP IT Pro Category Regards, Syed N – Microsoft Support -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Visit our Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think.
Hi Docfxit, The issue that you’ve posted is better suited in the TechNet Forums. Please refer the below mentioned link for further assistance. Windows XP IT Pro Category I have re-posted this question at: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/itproxpsp/thread/c64c59e2-41fe-4309-a4c2-37b6ed844603
Error in keymgr.dll missing entry: krshowkeymgr
I have a windows 7 system that is experiencing a group policy issue and throwing Event ID 14 and 1030. One suggested resolution is to delete cached credentials however I cannot get key manager to launch. When I run rundll32.exe keymgr.dll,krshowkeymgr from an elevated command prompt I get the error "Error in keymgr.dll Missing entry: krshowkeymgr. How can I repair keymgr.dll?
The command is case sensitive, try running rundll32.exe keymgr.dll,KRShowKeyMgr instead.
Why is my RUN list always empty?
I use the latest cCleaner, but it is unchecked in the 2nd section down, Windows Explorer, Run (in Start Menu). So why is the Run list always empty? Is it because my pc has a huge End Now mess going on and one of the things that I always need to click End Now on is explorer.exe? I put things like: msconfig rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr regedit.exe and they are all gone after the next restart or whenever I look again days later and the list is empty. So is something else deleting them or is my END NOW on explorer.exe deleting the list?
well none of those should be in startup
Thanks SpiritX! Could you tell me what I might do with the info that you gave me to keep my RUN history in the Start > Run box? I just looked and it is cleared out again. I have logged off and restarted a few times today, so maybe that did it. I also noticed that my cCleaner is checked in the Windows Explorer section on the CLEANER tab in a box that says Other Explorer MRUs. If I uncheck that, will it fix this issue?
Darn! I unchecked the Windows Explorer section on cCleaner's C leaner tab in a box that says Other Explorer MRUs and restarted my pc and my RUN list was emptied again after a logoff and on! So that ain't it! I do use a few things that I have loaded to try to fix some issues, but I have no idea of anything that is running that may empty that list. I have listed my programs that are running in the background during a shutdown, restart of logoff on http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-performance/end-nows-at-restarts-sorry-but-now-8-pages-but/2cc7069e-90ff-4a72-9d07-f3c4685ff52a User Profile Hive Cleanup running in the background all the time, I think. I don't know much about it, but I installed it to deal with those END NOWS when I was asked to.
SpiritX must have responded with .... When you clear the History in IE the RUN history in the RUN box is also cleared. This also clears the Address bar in Windows Explorer or Start - Computer. Note that in IE the recent items in the Address bar are also cleared. Hope this helps. .... since his Answers always say Hope this helps. I got the email notification of this Answer but I don't find it yet on the site. But his Answer was perfect. I went to IE > Tools > Internet Options > and I unchecked Delete browsing history on exit And, viola! My RUN list is now staying like it used to. I had no idea that check box had done that to me! Cool!
Hi, You will need to experiment as I have never tried to keep those. If you are only using CCleaner that might do it. Check in the PiriForm Forums. Piriform - CCleaner Forum http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?act=idx Hope this helps.
Thanks for your help! I'd sure like to have RUN keep what I type into it from now on. But it is still erasing for some reason. I bet that the END NOWs on log off/restarts on explorer.exe are erasing the RUN list, since I do know that erases some Windows things. I didn't uninstall Registry Clean Expert. I don't need it, so I turned if off in MSCONFIG. I unchecked cCleaner from running at start up. I disabled the Intellipoint wireless mouse and the KMaestro wireless keyboard for now in MSCONFIG. RetroExpress was already disabled in MSCONFIG. But darn!.... after turning off MSCONFIG, it told me to Restart, so I did. But now I did many of those END NOWS and when It came to explorer.exe, I didn't want to hit END NOW and have it possibly erase the RUN list . So I hit CANCEL and it locked up my pc. I held the power switch down for a few seconds thinking that it would force a shut down. But this popped Windows back to life sortof and gave me another explorer.exe END NOW box. This time I hit EN
Hi, When you clear the History in IE the RUN history in the RUN box is also cleared. This also clears the Address bar in Windows Explorer or Start - Computer. Note that in IE the recent items in the Address bar are also cleared. Hope this helps.
Well, I didn't mean to say that they are in Startup. But I just type them in to the RUN box and I can run them. Then when I go back to Run again later, they are supposed to still be there. And they are right away still there and I can just type another one in over the top of them and it will open that new one. Now both will be listed if I click RUN and click the drop down arrow. But then at some point, the list is emptied. Maybe cCleaner could do this, but I have it unchecked. Maybe explorer.exe's END NOW is erasing it all, which wouldn't surprise me since it also erases any changes that I have made to Desktop icons etc.
Hi, If it is empty you can't get it back. I would get rid of that registry cleaner, they fix little and most are Snake-oil. CCleaner does not really need to be run in StartUp, it is run on-demand here (I start it manually). Do you need to run itellipoint if you are using a Kensington mouse? Remove anything from StartUp that you don't use. RUN - MSCONFIG Uncheck from Startup the unused programs. Also you can experiment. Hope this helps.
Trouble Loading Windows 7
Hi, I've installed Windows7 32-bit for almost 6 months ago. about two days ago I started my laptop and found nothing wrong. I was doing my work when an allert message saying that keymgr.dll was broken or something shown and it asks me to reinstalling it again. I restart my laptop then when I type my account password it won't load where usually there'll be a text saying 'welcome' before Windows opened, it freeze :( please can someone help me?
Hi raSUNGYU, Thank you for posting in Microsoft Community. I understand that you are unable to boot your computer in normal mode and it freezes. Before starting the troubleshooting steps, I need the required information. Have you made any changes to the computer? Method 1: Step 1: I would suggest you to check in safe mode. Advanced startup options including safe mode http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Advanced-startup-options-including-safe-mode Step 2: If safe mode doesn’t work, I would suggest you to perform clean boot and check. Place the computer in a clean boot state and then check if it helps. You can start Windows by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs. This kind of startup is known as a "clean boot." A clean boot helps eliminate software conflicts. How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135 Note: After you have finished troubleshooting, follow step 3 in the article to
Windows XP will not remember a share's password after reboot
I mounted a mapped drive from a server; it was set to automatically map this on every reboot, and it was set up to remembered the password, and everything was great. For a long time, I didn't have any problems. But now, I had to change the server hosting the share. I kept the same IP address, but I changed the login name for the share. Now, Windows always complain "Incorrect password or unknown username" even after I remapped the drive and entered the new username and password. Now, even if I start from scratch, it won't remember the password even if I ask it to. 1. Starting with no mapped drives and an empty "Stored User Names and Passwords" in the "control keymgr.dll" Key Manager. 2. Next, I mapped a shared drive. I made sure to check the boxes 'Reconnect at logon' and "Remember my password". 3. Drive is then mapped and everything works fine for this session. 4. However, the problem is after a reboot, it prompts for a password when I access the mapped drive. 5. I have tried usi
Import web passwords
I want to transfer web passwords from an old machine. I have the .CRD file but I can't get the run command to work. I am using the command "rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr"
Hi James, Thank you for being part of Windows 10. The issue you have posted would be better suited in the MSDN Forums. I would recommend posting your query in the link below. MSDN forums(Internet Explorer) Do get back to us for any issues pertaining in the future. We will be happy to help.
Windows 8.1 Credentials Manager - unable to permanently delete cached credentials
A bizarre problem for you all! I have several cached credentials in the credential manager (accessible via the Control Panel or run prompt: rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr) in Windows 8.1 Professional x64. This is for an account linked to a Live ID, however the problem persisted after disconnecting to a local account. I want to delete stored windows credentials. I hover over them, click individually, remove. I get the list of credentials to appear as I'd like, all is well. I then restart....... .... guess what returned!? I am unable to change or save new credentials. It's a bit of an oddity, and I've attempted the registry setting of WinLogon cachedCredentials = 0 that google recommends. Any thoughts?!?!
Babu, Thanks for the response. The issue was actually caused by the computer being a member of the Homegroup. Apparently homegroup credentials for a machine supercede that of an installed credential. Moreover, they cannot be removed while the PC is a member of that Homegroup. I removed the computer from the homegroup, removed the credentials, added the ones I wanted, and lo and behold it worked. I find it interesting that even if you create a new user, even a standard user, if the computer is a member of the homegroup the credentials persist. That's a bit of a security hole to me, but at least I've found it. Thanks.
Hi, Glad to know that you have sorted out the issue. Your efforts to resolve this problem is very much appreciated. Please post back if you have any questions, we will be more than happy to assist you.
Hi, Refer to the following methods and check if it helps: Method 1: Run System File Checker tool and check if the issue persists. Use the System File Checker tool to repair missing or corrupted system files http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929833 Method 2: Install all the available updates for your computer and check if it fixes the issue. a. At the Start screen, type Update, click Windows Update b. If there are any updates available, install them. Try these steps and let us know the results.
Logon UI.exe -Bad Image c:\Windows\sys32\keymgr.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error.
Hello- I started the Windows Updates (30 of them) and my virus software did not recognize the publisher, so I said Not to allow on the first 3 updates. Then when I realized they were actually Windows updates I allow the next three of them. I got the blue screen that had a page kernel error. The message read to restart the pc. Then my pc restarted it updated three files. When I tried to sign back in the screen read "Logon UI.exe - Bad Image C:\Windows\Sys32\Keymgr.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact your system adminstrator of the software vendor for support. I am not very computer savy so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again!
Hi, Do you remember making any changes to the computer prior the issue? If you can logon to your operating system then, I would suggest you to try the following methods: Method 1: Put the computer in ‘Clean boot’ and check the status. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135 Note: When the troubleshooting is over do not forget to reset the computer to normal startup. Follow the step 7 in the above article. Also Disable your antivirus, firewall and spyware if any installed. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Disable-antivirus-software IMPORTANT : Antivirus software can help protect your computer against viruses and other security threats. In most cases, you should not disable your antivirus software. If you do have to temporarily disable it to install other software, you should re-enable it as soon as you're done. If you are connected to the Internet or a network during the time your antivirus software is disabled, your computer is vulnerable to attacks. Method 2: You can run Mic
KeyMgr.dll Clears Usernames and Passwords after reboot
I have a Windows XP SP3 workgroup computer with the primary user as an Administrator on the machine. I've set up several network shares and saved the password and username to them in My Network Places. This information gets cached or saved to the KeyMgr.dll component in XP. In my experience with this type of setup, the information is saved permanently and never clears out on reboot, thus prompting the user to enter in username and password information when accessing the share again. If I create a second user account (Administrator type) on the problem machine, the KeyMgr.dll information (Stored Usernames and Passwords) never gets erased, even after reboot. If I could just figure out what clears the information on the main users account, that would be great. But at this point, I may just have to create a new user and migrate their files. Has anyone seen this before? Does anyone know why the KeyMgr keeps clearing what should be saved information?
Sign-In to sharepoint site keeps popping up
This keeps popping up. I no longer work at the company that I have blacked out, therefore I am unable to sign into the account. This happens randomly, sometimes when I'm opening word, other times when I have no other applications open. I have tried to do the following (as suggested in a prior thread): open a word document > file > account > select the related service > click remove. The account did not show up in the Word document as an option. I also tried the following method: Windows+ R> Input the following command and press Enter. rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr and restarting
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