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Re: Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessorInformation on XP SP3

thanks you very much i saw the post and did the same now i am running my skype again:(y):

 

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Re: Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessorInformation on XP SP3

i have a problem in opening the skype... a fatal error getlogicalprocessorinformation (KERNEL 32.dll) had occured and its nt opening the skpye... plz let me know what 2 do..PLzzz

 

 

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Re: Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessorInformation on XP SP3

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shankar_padma wrote:

i have a problem in opening the skype... a fatal error getlogicalprocessorinformation (KERNEL 32.dll) had occured and its nt opening the skpye... plz let me know what 2 do..PLzzz

 

 


If you would actually take the time to read the thread you posted in, you would see the solution has already been provided not only in this thread but countless others.

 

Your computer does not meet Skype's OS/Service Pack requirement.  You will need to upgrade to XP Service Pack 3 via (www.windowsupdate.com) or (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=24).  If you do not choose to update your XP Service pack then Skype 6.6 will be the final release that works with your computer.

 

Skype 6.6

http://download.skype.com/msi/SkypeSetup_6.6.0.106.msi

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Re: Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessorInformation on XP SP3

This error occurs on Win XP SP2 when you choose to start Skype automatically on startup. If you get the error, then you have to uninstall and then re-install. Poor service from Microsoft/Skype in these respect as they have no reason to use this function call if a user chooses to start Skype when restarting a PC.

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morrismen wrote:

This error occurs on Win XP SP2 when you choose to start Skype automatically on startup. If you get the error, then you have to uninstall and then re-install. Poor service from Microsoft/Skype in these respect as they have no reason to use this function call if a user chooses to start Skype when restarting a PC.


I don't know how you derived that totally incorrect information.  You my have experienced a different error/conflict with software.  The error in question has nothing to do with Skype automatically starting or not starting.  There is no special/different function call to do that as that registry call has been around since at least Windows 95.  In execution it's the same as double clicking on the executable.  The function call Skype chooses to utilize  is used by the application to derive system information most likely to optimize Skype for your computer.  XP SP2 and below OSs lack that specific functional call, so Skype execution is halted.  I don't believe it's unreasonable to have a minimum system/OS requirement of XP SP3.  It's a 5 year old patch for a 13+ year old Operating System.  Unless you have a specific hardware/software conflict, resource limitation, or serious system performance drop there is no reason other than ignorance why anyone using Windows XP shouldn't already be on Service Pack 3.

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Re: Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessorInformation on XP SP3

Salute Sir,

thanks you to resolve our problem...

 

thanks and appreciate God bless you

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Re: Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessorInformation on XP SP3

You should not dismiss a tech response without reviewing it carefully. I only got the "get proc address" message when I altered to allowing Skype to start when Windows starts. Before that it did not occur. I re-installed V6.6 from the link provided in this thread and the first thing Skype does when it is runs up after just 30 seconds is auto-update to V7. I had to cancel/kill this. Skype appear to be forcing an update anyway. Skype 6.9.60.106 actually works better.

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Re: Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessorInformation on XP SP3

Please, read this article:

 

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms683194(v=vs.85).aspx

 

System requirements for GetLogicalProcessorInformation function:

 

Windows Vista, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows XP with SP3 [desktop apps only]

 

All Skype versions past 6.6 require access to this GetLogicalProcessorInformation function. If this function is not present in the kernel32.dll library, Skype will crash. This function is not included in the kernel32.dll library if SP3 is not installed.

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Re: Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessorInformation on XP SP3

Dear Sir,

 

my skype dose not working when i open skype but is not opning window xp sp2

i want to make sure how i can do???

Note:see the attached picture ?

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