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On starting, windows shows "can't find sysdoc32.exe"
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by:benedito
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This appeared after instaling Norton Utility.
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Check to see if the file exists under c:\program files\norton utilities\  This is the program file for System doctor.  Reinstall NU if it's missing.
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by:MizzTigger
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try going to Nortons web site and doing a search for the missing file. if you can't find it try the microsoft web site or a general search of sites like www.download.com or www.tucows.com.
Hope this helps. or you can try ask people online thorugh email or icq if they have the file you are missing. this has worked for me before.
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by:bushhead
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depends if you want it to run or not. if you want the file to run.. follow the about advice..

if you don't want to file to run.. start regedit from the start run command and then after that do a find for runonce.. look around the keys there for the link to your program and delete it..

alternatively.. it could be in your startup program group..

bush
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