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mifs

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Hi,

For the past week.. everytime I start up my computer, I get an error:

"The application has generated an exception that cannot be handled
Process id=0xb84 (2948). Thread id=0xb88 (2952).

Click Ok to terminate the program.
Click Cancel to debug the program."


Clicking OK just sends me on my way like nothing had happened. I clicked Cancel once to see what it'd do, and I remember something about it saying that it couldn't debug it and I had to terminate it anyway.

If I turn off P Image zone fast start in msconfig start up diagnostics, then the r=error message does not appear, so I know the issue is isolated to this but do not know how to fix it

I noticed this exact question was put to Geeks in on Feb 08, 2005 at 2:27pm but I was unable to find a reply. Hoping someone may be able to help me
Kind regards,
mifs
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Do you have HP software on your computer?
The error is linked to HP image zone.
Here is some reading. I would probably leave it unchecked since it seems it is not really needed.

http://www.pcreview......ast Start.php
http://www.sysinfo.o...t...&offset=100
http://www.bleepingc...tart-10037.html
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