Thanks for the info.. My suggestion would be to follow the link in the jedinger post. Numbers 1,2 and 4 actually spell out some of my ideas. If you do use Quicktime and have updated it and there is still a problem, the dit.exe in the startup would be one file I would delete. First test it by running msconfig from the run in startup. Disable dit.exe in startup tab and reboot. If this does the trick, delete. Hope one of these helps.
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A program that contained Twonkymedia was probably deleted. Even though it was deleted a reference remains in the start up files and when start up files are executed it can not find the program to start it thus "start up application error". To get rid of the error message you can remove the reference to the program in the start up menu or reinstall the program and let it execute normally on start up.
If the error started appearing soon after you have installed a new application
or device driver, then it is possible that the error is occurring due to
problems in the installation. To fix the error in this case, uninstall the
software you installed and reinstall it.
Many times, errors related to DLL files, such as Msvcr71.dll, occur due to
malware infections. Download, install and run Malwarebytes.
After installing your genuine copy of Microsoft Windows XP you
are prompted with a “Your software is counterfeit” error message at
startup. Even after visiting the www.microsoft.com/genuine/
site and validating, you still get the above message popping up after 2
or 3 boots. There is an easy solution to this and I would like you to
follow the steps below to fix the issue. 1. C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files
Within that folder, remove any files or folders associated with .WGA
2. Safe Mode
Reboot your computer and as soon as Windows logs off, start repeatively tapping the F8 Key on your keyboard.
As soon as you see the Windows Advanced Startup options select Safe Mode within Safe Mode get yourself into these folders…
C:\Windows\System32 (Rename wgatray.exe to wgatrayold.exe)
C:\Windows\System32\dllcache (Rename wgatray.exe to wgatrayold.exe) Note: Dllcache is a hidden folder, to view hidden folders do the following, go to Start, Control Panel, Folder Options, Select the view Tab and under the Hidden Files option, select Show hidden files and folders
3. Safe Mode Registry
Click on Start, Run and within the open dialog box type regedit and click OK.
Within the Registry Editor navigate your self to HKEY_Local_Machine\Software\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Notify\WGALOGON
Right Click and Export the WGALOGON Folder (this should be saved onto your machine for backup purposes)
After Exporting the folder, DELETE the WGALOGON folder
After deleting close all applications and Restart your machine back to Normal Mode
After being prompt of a successful validation, Restart your Machine.