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Error Message at Windows XP start up

I get the following error message on windows XP start-up:

Smart Bridge Alerts: Motive SB.exe-Entry Point Not Found

The procedure entry point GetProcessImageFileNameW
could not be located in the dynamic link library PSAPI.DLL

What is this and how can it be fixed?

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  • joybar1935 Mar 14, 2009

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    have virgin broadband but the same problem

    Smart Bridge Alert the procedure point entry cannot be found etc

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Im assuming you have BT Broadband? If you delete BT Helper or something along those lines from Start -> All Programs -> Startup that should fix your problem.

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