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Temp files What is causing the creation of 0k temp files in the C:\Windows directory with names such as the following,

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  • bijay20005 May 10, 2008

    the names are

    fffe309b_{CB3586A9-A2AD-46AC-B5DF-FDF81CF1326F}.tmp
    fffe30ef_{2ACF0CDB-B4A4-44B6-8489-9C1E43F7D06F}.tmp
    fffe30ef_{48729DDC-175A-4CCD-846C-E037E29503F9}.tmp

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Hi,

Disable Machine Debug Manager (MDM.EXE) using MSCONFIG, under the Startup tab.

Also, in Control Panel / Internet Properties, on the "Advanced" tab, there's a check box for "Disable Script Debugging".

If that's not checked, it could still start the Machine Debug Manager even after you have unchecked it from MSCONFIG.

For more information, please visit http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q221/4/38.ASP

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Disable Machine Debug Manager (MDM.EXE) using MSCONFIG, under the Startup tab. Also, in Control Panel / Internet Properties, on the "Advanced" tab, there's a check box for "Disable Script Debugging". If that's not checked, it could still start the Machine Debug Manager even after you have unchecked it from MSCONFIG. . For more information, please visit http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q221/4/38.ASP

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While still in the temp directory, look for three files that have seemingly random file names (With no extension), (with .exe extension) & (With .dll extension).Delete all three of these.

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Remove registry entries associated with the virus. Type "regedit" from the command line to start the windows registry editor. Navigate to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run, and delete two entries involving the same random characters found in the previous step. 26319210-bxzhjmonsmllydp0qa2riq2g-2-27.jpg
Remove "Smart HDD," "Smart HDD.lnk," and "Uninstall Smart HDD.lnk" from the start menu. Then delete "Smart HDD.lnk" from the desktop.
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C;\Documents and Settings\admin\My Documents\downloads\Silverlight.exe is not a valid win32 appplication



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causes for these problems are:



1. File is corrupt, bad, or missing.

2. File is not designed for your version of Windows.

3. File is a virus, worm, or other malware file.

4. Hardware incompatibility.

Step 1: Verify that the program installation CD is clean. If the CD is dirty or bad, you could get this error during the install and/or get this error after the program has been installed because it was not copied properly onto the computer.


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Figure 13.13 The Remote Installation Preparation Wizar= d is started by executing RIPrep.exe from a Windows 2000 Professional client com= puter
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Figure 13.14 If you have multiple RIS servers on your network, you can choose which server should receive the image
The next step in creating the RIS image is to supply the n= ame of the installation directory on the RIS server previously chosen. Typically, = you would type the name of an existing directory only if you were replacing an existing image. If this new image will not be replacing an existing image, = type in a new directory name as shown in figure 13.15 and click next.
Figure 13.15 Supply a directory name on the RIS server= for the Remote Installation Preparation Wizard to copy the image
In our example, the image is being created for a corporate= web developer environment. For that reason, we gave the directory a descriptive name such as webdev in order to identify the image it contains on the RIS server.
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Figure 13.16 By assigning a friendly name and help tex= t, users can identify the correct image to use during the Client Installation Wizard
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Figure 13.17 The Remote Installation Preparation Wizard prompts you to close any programs and services that might interfere with the imaging process.
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Figure 13.18 Before starting the actual image creation= , take a moment to review your settings and ensure they are correct.
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Figure 13.20 The RIPrep wizard displays the current st= atus of the image process, showing the completed, current, and pending tasks
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* = \RemoteInstall\Setup\English\Image= s\win2000.pro\i386\ -- This is the default image created during the RISetup wizard earlier. The= re are subdirectories underneath i386 for this CD-based installation image, fo= r system32, templates, and uniproc.
* = \RemoteInstall\Setup\English\Image= s\webdev\i386\ -- This is the image directory we just created for our webdev image. There = is a directory called Mirror1 that appears under i386 that does not appea= r in the subdirectories of a RISetup created image.
RIPrep Files
In addition to the directory structure created, it is impo= rtant to know what files are important to the RIPrep image. These files are as follows:
* = RIPrep.log -- This ASCII text file documents the Remote Installation Preparation Wizard image process, listing any errors and relevant information that might be of troubleshooting use to an administrator.
* = Bootcode.dat -- This file is located in the \Mirror1 subdirectory of the image's i386 folder, and contains the boot sector information for the client system.
* = Imirror.dat -- This file also is located in the \Mirror1 directory, and contains installation information about the image source computer, such as the installation directory and the HAL type.
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