I'm on a Windows 98 machine and every time it boots, I get a "Missing Shortcut" error, saying the shortcut is linking to wupdater.exe. When I go to Browse..., it brings me out to the Common Files folder.
I've seen around that wupdater.exe is a part of KeenValue software... I ran SpyBot S&D and it did detect KeenValue cursors and such. However, this error was showing up before I removed all of the KeenValue stuff.
I've searched the registry everywhere for "wupdater.exe", and it's not to be found anywhere.
In the StartUp Start menu folder, there's nothing calling "wupdater.exe".
Any idea what's causing this? There are no results for searching for "keen", "incredifind", or "perfectnav" in either file or the registry.
C:\Program Files\Common files\updater\updater.exe (not wupdater) DID exist, but it was removed with the round of SpyBot fixes.
It's getting to be somewhat annoying. Does anyone know of any other programs that may call wupdater.exe??