msujaws wrote:I have been having the exact same issue. I only use Apache and MySQL and after a while, I get a notice that PV.exe failed, and then all the items in the control panel turn from either 'stopped' or 'running' to 'Error'. The console reads 'Error ', and sometimes 'Error '.
Also, my system resources get eaten up enough that I can't run any other programs.
I am using the latest stable version of XAMPP (1.5.5), and my computer has 512 mb of ram and 2.6 gigahertz, running Windows XP.
msujaws wrote:I'm not currently using Mercury Mail or FileZilla, but have used MercuryMail in the past for a site that needed email confirmations (so xampp lite seems out of the picture). I have since changed my firewall settings to only allow requests from my IP address, so I am hoping that will stop it (although I haven't turned on XAMPP since, so I haven't had the opportunity for it to crash).
I've been using XAMPP for over a year now, with no problems like this before, so I am not sure why this has started happening. It started with my older version (1.1.3 I believe), and so I upgraded but it continues to happen.
Wiedmann wrote:pv.exe The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000142) Click to Terminate the application.
Your antivirus blocks this application.
msujaws wrote:I took Kate's advice and thought maybe it was a conflicting program. I disabled SpySweeper, which I thought may be causing the conflict, and I still have the error. I am not using ZoneAlarm, and I am simply using Windows Firewall as the lone firewall on the system.
I got the "Application Failed To Initialize Properly" error today, after running XAMPP for about 20 minutes. Then the XAMPP console proceeded to scroll: "ERROR: Status Check Failure ", which next was "ERROR: Status Check Failure ", and then "ERROR: Status Check Failure ". The  continued without alternating to any other numbers.
A memory leak occurs when this happens, which eats up almost all system resources, and will not allow Ctrl-Alt-Delete to be executed, nor any other processes to be started.
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