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Posted on 2004-09-17
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Spybot - Search & Destroy has detected an important registry entry that has changed.

Category  System Startup global entry
Change  Value deleted

Entry  vkrehmr
Old data E:\WINDOWS\vkrehmr.exe



Do I check remember this discision then Allow or Deny change?
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Hello Serotonin_X_Infinite =)

the old data was E:\WINDOWS\vkrehmr.exe, which is an unknown file, NOT Required !!
and the Chnage is this data is deleted from its startup registry key,,, which shud be deleted coz this file shudn't be start at startup !!

So i think u shud allow this change as it wants to delete the E:\WINDOWS\vkrehmr.exe(Value Data) from a Startup Run key, i.e System Startup global entry
right.... :)
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Thankyou
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