wurigepo the string is:
it is located at:
The system it is on is:
Dell Latitude D620
running XP Profession version 2002
Intel® Core2 CPU
T7200 @ 2.00GHz
997 MHz 2.00 GB of RAM
On startup the following message appears in a WINDOWS error box with the header RUNDLL:
Errot loading C:\WINDOWS\system32\wurigepo.dll
The specified module cannot be found.
I go to the run/ msconfig utility and click the startup tab and it's listed and checked (as described above)
When I deselect it, I get a message that I cannot undo it without going into administrative mode.
I don't want to do that if I don't have to; I'm not familiar with that at all [I could try that] But isn't there a way to just go into the registry and eliminate that file?
Is this a needed, critical file? Is it on the XP system disc and could I just copy it to the Windows folder on the hard drive?
What is the easy and safe way to change this? It always shows at startup.