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Error Message Keeps Showing Up on Windows 10

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ralgonzo

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It's been a long time since I have been here, but I am glad to be back. With that being said here is my dilemma.

 

First of all, my operating system is now Windows 10 Home, it used to be Windows 7, and my PC is 64bit

 

I just got Windows 10 installed today for my PC. Well, just a while ago I have kept getting a error message that says: This Operating System Is Not Supported By This Application. On the left hand top side of the message it says Gateway. I'm assuming it's the title of the error message. For the record I have not at all clicked on any my applications to get this error message. This error message appears on it's own.

 

 

 

Hopefully this is a small issue that can be resolved quickly, and easily. I look forward with working with anyone here and hearing from anyone here to help resolve this error message.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ralgonzo :spoton:


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Ztruker

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Something is booting at startup that is generating the error.
 
Download and run ProcessExplorer. It does not need to be installed.
 

Drag-and-drop target to find an image. If you're not sure which application corresponds to which image in Process Explorer, click and drag the little gun sight icon on the Process Explorer toolbar, and drop it on any visible window to find out what process/image it is.

 
Once the error message is on the screen, start ProcessExplorer and drag the target icon and drop it on the error message window. It will show the process that generated that window highlighted in blue in the PE window.
 
Then use Taskmanager Startup and msconfig Services tabs to find and disable that process.


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