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jmg514

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I ran my norton one button ck up and it said I had one problem w/ my windows integrity. The problem is as follows; The Key "At Work Rendering\Shell\Print to\Command."refers to an invalid command entry\"C\Documents and Settings\Chris\Application Date\accore\cache\bart\0. It said the severity was medium. Let me just say that Chris is my son, that's where the Chris comes from. I keep up w/ my computer's maintenance regularly. I have spyware installed as well. I clean out everyone's browser cache regularly and even make sure I put a ck mark in the delete offline cache as well. I also do express cleanup just about every other day. This computer is less than one mo. old and I have been trying to look up how to fix this problem on this site as well as Tom Coyote's site, but have not found a solution so that is why I am posting here. Oh and last night I cked for a file named bart and there is one, but I don't know what it is? Help w/ this problem would be greatly appreciated. :tazz:
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from everything that i can find...that is basically meaning that an active x control was installed on the sytem...then the file that installed it was deleted...but not the registry entry....i'm pretty sure that letting the one check fix that error shouldn't cause an issue....of course...i can't find any info on anything contained in t he "bart" folder...so i can't make any promises on what's in there
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I just right clicked and had one button ignore the problem bc it's says fixed after I run it and then it's bk again. I would love to just get rid of the bart file but I don't know what plug in it's affiliated with. I also tried looking up what a bart file is and what it goes to but couldn't find anything. Thank
s for trying. JMG
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navigate to
C:\Documents and Settings\Chris\Application Date\accore

right click, properties, see when it was created...try to cross reference it with install dates from control panel > Add/remove.

Barring that

try cross referencing with things in this folder
C:\WINDOWS\Downloaded Program Files
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