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    digit dewmkitty May 11, 2010

    lolz lemme guess.... vista?

  • crabbypup May 11, 2010

    what?!? that is an oxymoron. when are you getting this error message?

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Could you explain when did you get this message?

If you get this as soon you log on to windows then this could be a startup item which can be removed easily.

To make sure this is a startup go to Start -> Run -> type "MSCONFIG" -> Click ok -> Startup -> disable all -> Ok -> reboot the computer.

If you still get the error then you can undo the changes.

Better try it from the safe mode..

To boot the computer in safemode you have to keep tapping F8 when you turn on the computer

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