Question about Dell Dimension 4500S PC Desktop
Just follow the steps i am telling you and the issue will be resolved
go to gur.in
and download some softwares from the download section in the same order mentioned and also run them in the same way
1) malaware bytes
2) trojan remover
3) super antispyware
and also run the msconfig and restart the system ... put a chk on the box that says do not show this msg again
and also delete the infections from the same software which detects them
issue will be resolved
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
This problem seems to be caused either by malware (virus or spyware etc), or by software following a Windows update or some other software installation or uninstallation (particularly HP, Norton or QuickTime software) trying to check for removable media that isn't there (e.g. disc in DVD drive or card in card reader), when it shouldn't be doing that check.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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