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computerdude1985

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Everytime I use Bearshare (File Sharing program) I get this error message that pops up that displays "An attempt was made to reference a token that does not exist, and when I click OK, because you can't press the X button, window explorer boxes keep popping up constantly, and the only way I can remove them is to run task manager, and eliminate the explorer.exe process, and starting explorer.exe as a new task, and then it completely disappears. But It's really annoying, and hope someone can help me get rid of this because it freezes up my computer, and I really wish it would go away. It only pops up when I'm running Bearshare, and tried to uninstall it, then reinstall it, and it's still popping up. Any help or tips would be appreciated, thank you.
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maybe a virus
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maybe a virus


I don't think it is because I did a virus scan, and my computer is clean, also when I clicked OK it displayed this message "Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have permission to access the item." I have no idea what to do. I wish it would just go away.

Edited by computerdude1985, 14 June 2006 - 01:44 AM.

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