How to Fix Telerik.Reporting.Proce Error

There are literally quite a number of Executable (i.g. EXE) files on Windows operating system. Every program you have on your desktop or laptop does its job because the EXE application files execute the missions that need to be accomplished. Telerik.Reporting.Proce is exactly one of them.

You may not know that every website you visit is not fully and completely static at the first beginning, it needs to use EXE files to display webpages properly.

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Imagine that hundreds of thousands EXE files along with Telerik.Reporting.Proce, supported by millions of DLL (Dynamic Link Library) files, stay together on your drive, while you are accessing them, cleaning them, and downloading new ones every day. It is hard to avoid mistaken actions that lead to unwanted consequences.

You must be troubled with similar kind of issues very much, that’s why you are reading this. And yes, you have turned to the right instructions. You can either directly get to simple solutions to fix Telerik.Reporting.Proce Error, or learn more about EXE files here if you are interested.

What is Telerik.Reporting.Proce?

Filename Telerik.Reporting.Proce
Developer
Running on All Windows systems
Security rated Medium
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What Are EXE Files?

EXE is an extension for executable files on OS/2, MS-DOS, and Windows system. It mainly includes the following formats:

·DOS executable: The simplest one, can run on both DOS and Windows. It is identified by ASCII character string “MZ” (the same as 4D5A in hexadecimal) ahead. “MZ” represents one of the MS- DOS developers, Mark Zbikowski.

·16-bit new executable: Identified by ASCII character string “NE” ahead. It can only run on Windows and OS/2 system.

·Mixed 16/32-bit executable: Identified by ASCII character string “LE” ahead. Only used as VxD drive on Windows 3.x and Windows 9x system.

·32-bit linear executable: Identified by ASCII character string “LX” ahead. It can run on OS/2, 2.0 and the later versions, or be used for some DOS extensions.

·32-bit executable: Currently the most popular format. Identified by ASCII character string “PE” ahead. Mainly run on Windows 95/NT , the later versions, or BeOS R3.

·64-bit executable: Similar as the last one, except that it uses 64-bit CPU. Run on Windows 64-bit Edition, such as Windows XP 64-Bit Edition, and Windows Server 2003 64-bit Edition.

How to Mannually Troubleshoot Telerik.Reporting.Proce Error

Some Trojan virus may destroy the correlation of executable files to avoid being caught by anti-virus softwares, which means those files will go unserviceable. Many people helplessly choose to re-install the system, while the truth is they can totally solve the problem themselves.

I hereby give several ways regarding the said problem. Glance over those subtitles to choose the one you prefer the most. Let’s see the relevant approaches:

Apply An Antivirus Software to fix it

1.Download a free anti-virus product

2.After successful installation, conduct the Full Scan

3.Restore the system with its System Repair Functions, and Telerik.Reporting.Proce can be repaired at the meantime.

Resolve Associated Registry issues with Registry Editor

Reset the registry settings to their default status by taking the steps below:

1. Click on “Start” at the lower left corner → and type “regedit” in the Search box → press “Enter” key.

2. Right-click Regedit.exe in the returned list → select Run as administrator

3. Find the following registry key:

1) HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Telerik.Reporting.Proce
With Telerik.Reporting.Proce selected, right-click (Default) it, and select Modify…
Alter the Value data to exefile

2) HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile
With exefile selected, right-click (Default), and select Modify…
Alter the Value data to "%1" %*

3) KEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell\open
With open selected, right-click (Default) and select Modify…
Alter the Value data to "%1" %*

Now you may close the Registry Editor, and reboot your PC.

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Repair Telerik.Reporting.Proce Problem through Command Prompt (and Registry Editor)

1. General situation.

1) Click on “Start” button → type “CMD” in the Search box → press “Enter” key to open Command Prompt

2) Type in “ftype exefile=notpad.exe %1” (It means all the EXE files will be opened with ‘notepad’, which is unavailable for virus.)

3) Restart your PC, you will see many “notepad”s opened. There are not only virus for sure, but also some original system files, such as: Input method program

4) Right-click any of them → select “Open with” → click on “Browse” to get to directory “Windows/System32” → select “cmd.exe” to open Command Prompt again

5) Click on “Start” button → enter “ftype exefile=””%1””%*” to restore the correlations of all EXE files.

2.In case the correlation is damaged and anti-virus software can’t run, restore that correlation.

Method One:
1)Create a “notepad
2)Type in “assoc Telerik.Reporting.Proce”, and save the changes
3)Rename the notepad as “(whatever-you-want).bat” and run it

Method Two:
1)Create a “notepad
2)Type in:REGEDIT4

[HKEY_CLASSES_BOOT\exefile\shell\open\command]
@="\"%1\"%*"

3)Save it as “exe.reg” (registry script file), and run it

Method Three:
1)Open “This PC”, locate C:\Windows\Regedit.exe (If the extension is not shown, adjust the settings in Folder Options.)
2)Rename it as “Regedit.com”, and run it.
3)Find HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Telerik.Reporting.Proce, and change the Value data: to "%1" %*
4)Find KEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shell\open, change the Value data to "%1" %*

Method Four:
Export HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Telerik.Reporting.Proce and HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile from another computer, copy and import them to your PC.

Note: If the above-mentioned manuals didn’t work well, try to go through the same process again in Safe Mode.

How to Enter Safe Mode

1.Restart your computer

2.As it is restarting, press and continuously hold "F8" key (The regular launching process will be stopped that way, and the Advanced Boot Option menu will be loaded. )

3.Select "Safe Mode" with the highlight, and press "Enter" key.

Save troubles to Fix Telerik.Reporting.Proce Error

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