Could it be MSBLAST or just Content Watch
Posted on 2006-06-19
I am getting a string of auto shutdowns due to RPC automatic shutdown authorized by NT/system(?). I can't find MSBLAST in my processes so it could be Content Watch. However, it seems to have disabled my virus protection and system mechanic. Here is how it started. CW said my password was invalid when I tried to uninstall and I KNOW it was not. Tried several time. So I just found all the files and deleted/terminated them. Wrong thing to do I guess. Now I keep showing some cwcptray error. I disabled it from startup and now my computer just goes into diagnostic mode and I don't have internet access. How do I get this off my startup list in MSCONFIG (in XP PRO) and get my system stable and running fast again. I was great before. Just got it a month ago and I've got an MSI K8N Diamond motherboard, AMD Dual Core Processor, 4 Gigs (or according to Windows 3 gigs) of RAM. Dual Geforce 7900 GT graphics cards with SLI link. It was great. Now it's all messed up. HELP!! I did some research and think I could have the MSBLAST worm. But I've also read where content watch could cause some of the same problems. I can't access the internet from that computer now so I'm left with trying to find the answers here at work and go back with a "to do" list which may make solving this issue more difficult. However, I did spend about 4 hours last night trying to get it fixed in every mode possibles so I should be able to answer most questions not relating to the existence of a specific file. I even went into regedit to try to delete the file from there but I couldn't find it. I searched the path it showed in msconfig (and did delete the file). Nowhere to be found in regedit. I'm not against reinstalling anything, I just want my speed and stability back.