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ISP Program Fails to Install on bootup - error message


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When I boot Win XP, I get two error messages:
[/b]Test: Failed to Create Install Service
Program: C:\\Program Files\Common Files\ISPCOMP\System Tray Icon.exe.
Then, when I double click on the ISP's Icon, nothing happens.

A search id'd two files:
SYSTEMTRAYICON.EXE-OC93 C:WINDOWS\Prefetch (a PF)
System Tray Icon.exe C:Programfiles\Common Files (Application)

I'm able to get on line through another ISP, which gives me a "corrupted" message, but still works.

Can I get a fix??

Tks in advance.
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When I boot Win XP, I get two error messages:
[/b]Test: Failed to Create Install Service
Program: C:\\Program Files\Common Files\ISPCOMP\System Tray Icon.exe.
Then, when I double click on the ISP's Icon, nothing happens.

A search id'd two files:
SYSTEMTRAYICON.EXE-OC93 C:WINDOWS\Prefetch (a PF)
System Tray Icon.exe C:Programfiles\Common Files (Application)

I'm able to get on line through another ISP, which gives me a "corrupted" message, but still works.

Can I get a fix??

Tks in advance.


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