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Error message on windows 2000

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  I had a window pop up on my windows 2000 that
said

 'Couldn't find c:\windows\system\djrunn2.exe - check
spelling and path'


     What does this mean?
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Question by:bwsaul
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by:Gareth Gudger
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Hmm I cant find anything on this.....

You could remove it from the registry.

Its probably under
HKLM/Software/Microsoft/Windows/Run
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by:bwsaul
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   Hmm, the interesting part is that there is
a djrunner.exe in c:\windows\system\bin.

    I think what might be happening is that a program is running that expects the second version, but not the first.   So far it has not impacted the performance of my machine.

    And how would I remove something from the registry that isn't there in the first place?
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averyb earned 60 total points
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The path listed is probably referenced in one of two common start up locations for Windows 2000:
1) In the Registry at HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run                  
2) In Programs | Startup

The executable might belong to a program recently uninstalled.

Brent
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by:yasiruae
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may be a virus or malware.search and find the file and delete it.if you r not sure,keep it some where else and check whts happening.
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by:averyb
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Download Autoruns v4.03 http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/utilities.shtml

When you run it, it shows all places in the registry that list programs to run at boot.
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by:bwsaul
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   Great answers,  I've increased the points and plan to
split it between all of you.   Does the split point page allow you
to click accept on more than one person?
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by:Gareth Gudger
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Yea.
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