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Error during start of Computer

Whenever I start my computer I am getting following error message.
Access violation at address 0045D6AB in module 'css.exe'.Read of address 00000000.
so please suggest me some solution to this problem
Thanks a lot in advance

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  • mypainter1 Dec 29, 2008

    file search (including hidden folders) did not turn up the file css.exe; still having the problem

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Hi shyjuu, run a search for the file css.exe (Which may be part of spyware). Once windows has found the file or files delete them. (Double check that they are not being used by a program). If it is, uninstall the program. Run a virus scan on the drive.

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