Question about Acer Aspire One A150-1006 Notebook
Have you unistalled any program recently?
Maybe there are traces of that program, you need to clean up the registry, the best program (and also free) is Regseeker:
choose "select all"
maybe the problem is gone
If you unistalled something recently
go to "startup entries"
and search for anything that has a relation with the program you uninstalled
then go to "find in registry" and write rtl100.bpl
if it finds something
go down click on "select" and choose "select all"
click on "action" choose delete
reboot the computer to see if everything is gone.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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