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On WIN98 start up my Mom is getting WJNOLX caused an invalid page fault in module Kernel32.dll etc. We can't find WJNOLX anywhere on the computer. Has anyone seen this message or know how to get rid of the message. Thanks. :tazz:
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I take it you've used the find function to look for any files of that name in C: drive, including hidden and system files? I can't find anything about it on Google. It sounds suspiciosly like one of those virii that give the files arbitrary names to hide them from searches.
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Thanks for the reply. Yes, we used the find files function.
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It sounds like she has malware. She could go to the malware forum. You could look in several places to find references to it. the bootlog.txt in C:, in the Registry, the start menu and unfamilar folders.
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