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I have a Dell Inspiron 6000 with windows XP, McAfee Security Suite, and a Verizon USB for internet. When I turn it on I get an error message: dlbcserv.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. ...


This error message is a result of your Dell printer software functioning improperly.
This is a 'quick fix' to get rid of the error message:
  1. click 'Start'->'All Programs'->Startup
  2. Right click on dlbcserv.exe and click 'delete'

PS: dlbcserv.exe is a Windows process installed alongside Dell Photo Printers and provides additional configuration options for these devices. Although it is not an essential process for the operating system, you should not remove & uninstall it unless it is causing serious problems and errors.Dlbcserv.exe is a Windows file created by Dell. The file is usually found in Program Files\Dell Photo Printer 720\dlbcserv.exe folder. If you find it anywhere else, Please note that dlbcserv.exe could be a virus, trojan, worm, or spyware. Scan your computer with an antivirus software to make sure it is not infected.

Aug 10, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook

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How to Troubleshoot a Toshiba Power



Click on the Windows "Start" button.Click on "Computer" or "My Computer Double-click on the primary hard drive. This is usually labeled as drive "C. Double-click on the folder labeled "Windows. Double-click on the folder labeled "System32.Right-click on the program labeled "TPSMain.exe." This is the executable program file for your Toshiba Power Saver software. "Properties.Click on the "Previous Versions" tab at the top of the window. Scroll the list of previous versions until you notice an earlier date and time when Toshiba Power Saver software worked properly. Click to highlight this listing.Click"Restore." Your computer will automatically restore your software to its previous state, before the software error began. If this does not fix the problem, your software may be corrupted by malware, and additional troubleshooting is required.Repeat Steps 1 through 6 Clickon "Scan with Microsoft Security Essentials" from the list of options.According to Microsoft, Microsoft Security Essentials is available for free to all Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 users. Toshiba computers all use the Windows Operating System, so you should have access to Security Essentials. If you do not see the scan option, your computer probably did not come with Security Essentials pre-installed. You can download it for free at Microsoft's website. Wait while Windows automatically scans TPSMain.exe for possible malware. The s can can take several minutes. If the TPSMain.exe file is infected with malware, it can hinder performance. Click "Remove" if any malware is found.please make comment on this product by saying how helpful it is.

on Nov 02, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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CSRCS.exe


Hello,

My research of that file name indicates it is most likely a trojan of some sort. If it is missing, your antivirus probably removed it.

To remove the message, open MSConfig and goto the startup tab. Uncheck the item associated with CSRCS.exe

If you have windows 2000 you will need to find a copy of MSConfig from the internet.

Good Luck.

Jun 20, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Ecspecialist filters\shooter.exe


Hi,  Please follow the steps:
Go to Start-->run, type..regedit Go to Edit-->find shooter.exe , press F3 until you find this entry named as "shell" c:\Program files\Ecspecialist...\shooter.exe right click-->delete

Feb 14, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Error Message at in mid startup, "0X10003A30" -" 0X01260624"


Hi,

You could try to restore the system to the day before

or

You can use this app to uninstall your program completely even from the registry

http://www.glarysoft.com/download/ausetup.exe

I think the installation of the messenger stopped, you could use this app to rollback

http://wareseeker.com/freeware/ashampoo-magical-uninstall-2.82/215833/ashampoo_magical_uninstall282_fe.exe

Good Luck.

Live, Love, Laugh.

Jan 21, 2009 | Yahoo Messenger

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Windows cannot find 'gphone.exe'


Gphone.exe is worm which spreads via instant messengers. It usually affects Yahoo! Messenger and Google Talk applications. Gphone.exe send a message and invites victims to visit a website. If clicked upon, the link actually delivers a copy of Gphone.exe infection.

Most likely you have a security program that detected and removed the threat but windows is still trying to load the file on startup, thankfully it isnt able to because the threat is gone so windows is displaying that error message to let you know it was not able to load the file.

Go to Start > Run> type "msconfig" and press enter. click the startup tab and uncheck the box that says "gphone.exe". (it may have a long file or folder path in front like c:windowssystem32).

Go to this website if you need further removal instructions:
http://www.spywarevoid.com/remove-gphoneexe-gphoneexe-worm-removal.html

Jan 21, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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The ntvdm cpu has encountered an illegal instruction


I took this from another web site:
Michael Chiew said:
What did you do before this happened? What were your last deeds on the machine before the pop-up appeared?

I think what you're referring to is NTVDM CPU, not NTDVM CPU. Am I correct?

What do you know about 16-bit and 32-bit applications? Well, 16-bit applications are those that must work within the DOS (Disk Operating System) environment, a real-mode arena. NTVDM stands for NT Virtual Dos Machine.

In Windows XP, as in Windows 2000, or Windows 98, there are 16-bit and 32-bit environments (real mode and protected mode respectively).

Windows XP can only operate in 32-bit mode. All 16-bit applications must work within its own theatre of operation, typically, the first MB of physical memory (ram). Conversely, 32-bit applications must function above the first MB memory line. If either of these applications happens to slip into "alien" territory, you get an error message like "something" has encounter an illegal instruction. In other words, the wayward application is trying to slip by the immigration checkpoint.

In your case, updatemgr.exe (I suspect updatemgr.exe is a 32-bit application) has in all likelihood wondered into the 16-bit arena. Hence, NTVDM CPU issues that warning. 

Why do you continue to get the message. It's because updatemgr.exe incessantly misbehaves itself on start-up, always trying to load itself into a particular memory address where it is not welcome. Why the persistence? Updatemgr.exe has gone bonkers. It is either corrupted or damaged.

On the other hand, one cannot discount the possibility that NTVDM (NTVDM.EXE) is corrupted or damaged. So your problem lies with either updatemgr.exe or NTVDM.EXE, or both.

There are 2 things you could do.

First, establish who owns updatemgr.exe, Microsoft or some third-party owner. Second, rename updatemgr.exe and see whether the message goes away.

To establish ownership (and the function of updatemgr.exe), do a search for the file. 

Click START, select FIND. In the FIND dialog box, type: updatemgr.exe. See the directory in which the file has lodged. In Windows Explorer, get to the file, right-click on it, select PROPERTIES. Who owns it? Is there an indication of its function.

Next, rename the file. Right-click it, select RENAME and rename it to, say, updatemgr.old. RESTART your computer. Do you still get the error message. Not likely.

To clean things up a bit, perhaps it is a good idea for you to replace the current NTVDM.EXE with a new copy. Find out where NTVDM.EXE is. Then, click START, select RUN. Type in the RUN dialog box SFC to run the System File Checker. Insert your OS CD, follow the prompts, extract a copy of NTVDM.EXE and send it to its place of residence. Of course, you should also replace a copy of updatemgr.exe.

That should eliminate your problem for good.


Dec 25, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Desktop Error Message


Probably this is a spyware, use a good anti spyware or do the following:

Run Process Explorer (right click on task bar>task manager>Processes) and Kill the Following Processes:
wscript.exe
dxdlg.exe (kill this one first)

Run Autoruns and under logon tab, remove
C:\WINDOWS\system32\wscript.exe C:\WINDOWS\system32\boot.vbs
Search for entries named wproxp and remove it

Remove the following files from your PC:
C:\WINDOWS\system32\dxdlg.exe
wproxp.exe (Most probably in your system32 or windows folder)
C:\WINDOWS\system32\boot.vbs

Jul 06, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Mio digi walker 220


application MioUtility,exe has performed an illegal operation and will be shut down. if the problem persists, contact the program vendor

program:MioUtility,exe
Exception:0xC000000D
Address:8C06DF8C

Mar 20, 2008 | GPS

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Printer will not print


First uninstall your present printer driver and reinstall it and it will solver your problem.

Feb 18, 2008 | HP PSC 2110 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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