For those of you who have this problem and do not use GoBack, I assume that you may have some other software that modifies or has modified the system boot records Do you use any registry cleaner programs?? an electrical sound is being added by the system through the dri'ves that sounds like an electrical "popping" or "crackling" and it occasionally makes the playback hiccup! I can post the solution here or they can email me. Source
No, create an account now. Now, I have NO sound whatsoever on my system and the Dell tech is telling me I have to do a PC Restore. I get message on bootup: "Error loading CTMBHA.dll. I will do what I can to help :-) Message Edited by the_riddler on 2-9-20062:2 PM Message Edited by the_riddler on 2-9-20062:4 PM ram5thwheel12-20-2006, 07:17 PMThanks for the prompt reply.
Now move to the "Startup" tab at the top and scroll down and find the checked entry "Rundll32 CTMBHA". 4). If someone finds solution, please drop me an e-mail. cause for something to work on a user profile and NOT an admin is kindof freaky. -Riddler the_riddler01-15-2007, 05:40 PMdavid_david?another thing to try would be to try re-installing power-dvd as administrator... doronzio01-02-2007, 01:45 AMthanks you for posting this.
Also have several other irritating problems with machine. For more details read the other posts in this thread). I cloned my laptop before using Acronis True Image > Home 9 and replaced the drive and put the cloned image back on the new > drive. I had a microsoft update saturday 08/9/2006.
i hope someone can help. Make sure this is the first paste after exiting from > Event Viewer. > > Are there any yellow question marks in Device Manager? Click on "Start", click on "Run", type msconfig in the blank space and click "OK" 2). However, when I startup/login I get a popup message saying a Dynamic Link Library initialization failed - Error Loading CTMBHA.DLL.
Even got my sound working again with a quick fix. I there was a registry tree that I could delete and re-attempt the reinstall, if that is what is crashing the software install, I'd be very grateful of knowing how to StevenWendy Guest "A dynamic Link Library (DLL) initialization routine failed" I receive this message everytime windows XP starts up, the file is present in C:\i386 C:\Windows C:\windows\system32 and c:\windows\creative\SBAudigy\win2K_xp What does If not here is how I fixed mine.
Please let me know what you have tried. This step is best completed by downloading RegAce System Suite, and letting it clean out any of the problems that your system may have inside. » Download DLL Repair Tool Highly But his error happened before MM was installed. I know I'm not using go-back.
So if your just re-installing the creative software you still probably need to install the sigmatel drivers. this contact form Unfortunately those in need didn't get the help from Creative or Dell and that worries me. I asked him also to confirm that there was no actual problem with the file and he assured me no. Thread Status: Not open for further replies.
Stay logged in Sign up now! Real Geek Forums > Archives > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Windows XP Help & Support > CTMBHA.DLL error? I now have uninstalled it, and cannot get it reinstalled. have a peek here I continue to suspect that this failure is a result of a security validation scan of state of the master boot record (MBR) or the partition boot record (PBR) since this
Is this the information you want ? With Administrator selected, set the permissions to ?Full Control?. JetJock08-30-2008, 08:25 AM