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When I start my computer and after I press control+alt+delete to get to the log-in screen; but before the log-in screen pops up I get the following error:
DWHWIZARD.EXE Application Error
The instruction at "0x^%efdb96" referenced memory "0x65efdb96".  The memory could not be "read".
Click on OK to terminate program.
I click on OK and I am allowed to log-in.  Is this a serious error?

What exactly is DWHWIZARD.exe
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This is normally a SavCorp10 (Symantec Corporate Antivirus Error)

Reinstall your copy of Symantec Antivirus/Client Security.
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Glad I could find something that was helpful.

Thank you.
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That link no longer works. Here is an updated link to the solution.

https://forums.symantec.com/syment/board/message?board.id=103&message.id=20299
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