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A message shown every time we open the computer and the windows ! look at this.

Posted on 2007-03-21
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Hello,

When we open the computer. When the windows start working. Every time the computer shows a message !

We don't know what is the meaning. and what we should do ? please, help.

This is the picture for that message :

http://www4.0zz0.com/2007/03/21/15/87632292.jpg

Thanks a lot.
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Question by:mb4ever
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Something loading in startup...eliminate it using this method:

Start->Run->MSConfig
From the startup tab, deselect everything found there and reboot.
If it no longer occurs, it was something loading on that page...work your way back, reenabling those items until you identify the culprit...
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it sounds likely its a driver problem. try booting your pc in safe mode and see if you get the same error. restart your pc and press f8 during boot
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Some badly behaved program is running automatically
from the Start menu select RUN and Type MSINFO32 [Enter] and disable any programs that are running (on the Start-UP tab). Re-enable them one by one rebooting each time until you find the culprit.
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Sorry - I should have said MSCONFIG - Sirbounty has beat me to it !
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Try doing a spyware check/removal.
Ad-Aware is a good spyware remover.

http://www.adawareresource.com/co/adawareresource/?sid=M2AG0001eGS
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