Yesterday, I tried to reinstall the MS-Office 365 because the problem with file associations. After reinstallation, all the office apps could not start properly. The error message said that the "AppvIsvSubsystems64.dll" is missing or has some problem with this file. I tried to google several times and spend more 3 hours to find out the problem but all answer was not help. Finally, I found this post in MS-TechNet Social that described the same problem with MS-outlook and several persons reported the HIPS issue during installation or update of MS-Office. Although this issue is originally concern for McAfee product but numerous Anti-virus apps also using this protective feature such as Kaspersky Endpoint Security and ESET also. So, I just disable the HIPS feature and disable the realtime system scan of my ESET NOD32 prior to reinstall the Office365 and everything work fine.
I spend about 8 hours to solve this issue T-T.
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Today, I just upgraded Windows 7 SP1 of my old laptop, BenQ S41, to the latest Windows 10. After upgraded, both Ethernet and wireless were disabled. I ran the device manager and found the problem “This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use (Code 12)”for both network devices. I google for this problem and found the answer here. I just disabled the PCMCIA device. Other functions seem to work properly.
Posted by Nozomi at 2/16/2017 09:08:00 PM