Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Winssnotify.exe is a program that is associated with windows "One Care." Unless you specified otherwise, you should see the One Care icon near running programs (area near the clock, on the bottom right of your screen). Go to Control Panel, uninstall/install programs and Reinstall or repair One Care. One Care is legit, and has firewall/virus options associated with it. If you recently uninstalled the program or installed another antivirus program, that may be your issue. If you uninstalled it, there may be files that were not removed or another program may have identified Onecare files as spyware. If you recently did anything like a "registry cleaner" or supposed "scan" of your system from a less than reputable online source, that can definitely be your issue. If you never downloaded Onecare, the program may be an imposter. It should be located under program files in the one care folder. If you do have this program, Onecare has a website scan to help users with problems. Hope this helps. Leave a comment if you need further assistance.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
Testimonial: "it was helpful to a degree but i dont have onecare on the pc, and i have tried numerous webpages, but im unable to download anything what so ever "
Winssnotify.exe is a process belonging to Windows OneCare Live.
cert.dll is a Cert_Prod.dll\r belonging to Microsoft® CoReXT, also a part of OneCare Live.
It appears the OneCareLive as become corrupted. You may not be aware, but MS is discontinuing OneCareLive and is now offering a new FREE solution called Microsoft Security Essentials. It is probably time to unisntall OneCareLive and install their new security system.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
Testimonial: "helpful but unfortunately, i have no onecarelive on my pc, i cant even go back and do a restore to a previous date it wont allow me to. "
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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