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Ok I had a problem in the Malware forum and ScHwErV was helping me out with it.
He helped me out alot but there is a problem we had trouble finding the solution for.
If anyone knows about it please post and help me out. ThanX!

When starting my CPU, I get this balloon in the systray and I left the pic in the attachment. The first one is the balloon and the second is the place it takes me.
I did the stuff in the second pic that it told me to do and it didn't work. Please help!

ThanX!
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Edited by x KJT x, 14 May 2005 - 02:19 AM.

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what cd burning software do you have?
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I use the windows cd burning software. I just select all the files from a folder and right click and send to the drive for my cd burner. Then it pulls up in my systry "You have files waiting to be written to the CD". I click on that balloon and it pulls up my drive folder that I sent the files to. Then I click on "Write these files to CD". It copys them fine. I get the balloon when I boot up into windows one time and it say the same thing that I put in my first post. I did have a much bigger problem and ScHwErV helped me with that. He just thinks its software problem that I'm having. Thanks for helping me out starjax. If a HJT log will help you out here it is.

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Edited by ScHwErV, 15 January 2008 - 02:50 PM.

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Have you been to windows update to ensure that your computer is completely updated? us the custom install to see all available updates. There are often updates there that address other common problems.

also see this article

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This a pic of the only thing that windows update had for me. But I don't need this. So if there is anything else then please help.

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