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jus4ofusnky

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Please help! :tazz: Everytime I start up windows I have this that pops up ..................


Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
Runtime Error
Program: C:\Program Files\VERITAS Software\update Manager\sgtray.exe

This application has requested the runtime to terminate it in an unusal way.


I have tried system restore, I have ran several different spyware programs, cleaned temp internet files, defragmeneted, scaned with Norton ,,,,, I don't know what else to do.

Thanks :)
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MajorFatCat

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Hello. You can check out this article to better understand a runtime error. These errors usually occur during the execution of a program. They can also occur if your computer is low on memory. I suggest reinstalling the program that causes the error.

Check out this article to better understand a Runtime Error.

http://www.webopedia...time_error.html

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jus4ofusnky

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Hey there and TY :) !
I deleted the program,,,and now the message is gone. Windows is still extremely slower than usual. It take forever for my setting to load. GRRR! :tazz:
Thanks
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you could just have too much stuff loading at bootup that could cause the slowdown, or as stated previously, you could be low on memory resources.

i would recommend removing any programs that you don't use on a daily, or weekly basis. that way you don't have a lot of stuff bogging your computer down at startup.
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