TimounterMonitor.exe can't start because MSVCP80.dll is missing from your computer
Just a note: its very difficult to get support from Acronis. I have the above stated issue, but when using your "contact support" email system, it says my support expired October 2011, 09, and I must pay for it. I just bought 2012, how can it be expired??
I keep getting the above message when I boot my PC. My actions to solve this so far have been:
-repair Home 2012; didn't solve it;
-repair Plus Pack 2012; didn't solve it;
-ran sfc /scannow; didn't solve it;
-ran System Mechanic to correct registry (if needed); didn't solve it.
What is TimounterMonitor.exe, and why do I need it? And why can't it find MSVCP80.dll? I searched my hard drive and there are 30 copies of MSVCP80.dll in various folders.
Try running the installer again and select the repair option. That might solve the issue.
You might try first using msconfig.exe to disable all non-microst services and all startup programs before doing the repair -- this is jsut to ensure that no program conflict is interfering with the install/repair.
You aacn try running the system file check to verify that windows system fiels are okay:
go to start, Progmrams, Accessories, Command Prompt. right click Command Promot and select Run As Administrator then enter "sfc /verifyonly" without the quotes. This won't make change but will only check. To fix you'd use "sfc /scannow"
TrueImageMonitor.exe provides the interface between running Acronis True Image tasks and the user. It allows to observe the tasks progress and allows one to cancel the running tasks. It is started when a user logs into the system and terminates when the user logs off.
"Timountermonitor.exe observes the tasks concerning an image mounting (exploring).
These programs are not required by Acronis True Image to perform its tasksbut to allow one to control running Acronis True Image tasks.
Hello Lee and Scott,
Thank you for your posts and we really appreciate your help Scott.
Lee, we offer aftersales technical support for 1 month after product the product was purchased from our online store or if it is a boxed version, 1 month after its registration. I checked your Acronis web-account and it appears that your copy was purchased in September.
We also have additional support options if you are interested, you can check them here. The issue you described requires additional investigation, I am very sorry for any inconvenience.
Please let me know if you have additional questions.
I am out of the country a lot, and am just now getting round to installing and using the product. If there is no support, then the product is not usable. How do I get a refund on 2012, since there is no support, and the previous version works just fine? This severely limited support is good to know when considering future purchases. Thanks.
Thank you for being sincere in your feedback.
I understand your frustration. Such policy might really be confusing, and currently we're looking into the possibility of making it more flexible. Meanwhile you can always obtain PPI in order to contact support department directly. Rest assured that in case the problem was caused by the fault in the product, the PPI will get immediately refunded.
Should you need anything else or have any further questions - feel free to contact us at your earliest convenience, we will be happy to help you!
In order to fix the problem, you just need to go to Start -> Run -> regedit, navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run key and remove the entry corresponding to TimounterMonitor.exe. This is the remnant of old Acronis True Image versions, and it is not present in version 2012. Therefore, it gives the error message on startup, because it can't find the necessary components.
Let us know if this resolves the issue. Thank you.
Expert Team Manager | Forum Team Manager
Acronis Customer Central
Great! Thanks Ahmad! This type of information needs to be posted on your FAQs. Also, I think your support policies need to be extended. Sometimes people get a bad taste with poor support, and that affects their purchasing choices in the future. Thanks again; I appreciate your help.
Good news, Lee! I am glad it resolved your issue.
This issue should not occur widely, because 2012 version installer should remove these entries. I believe something went wrong in your particular environment - otherwise thousands of other Customers who upgraded from previous versions would encounter this issue.
Thanks for the confirmation.