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Windows Error-Invalid Back web application ID 7288971


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Scotty98

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Hello Everyone,

I am actually posting this on behalf of my neighbor, so please excuse me if I don't have all of the particulars listed. His son is currently running Windows 2000 and at start-up, he receives a message with "Invalid Back web application ID 7288971." It has just started recently and he is looking to figure out how to get rid of it. I am not sure, if he has recently installed anything, so I would have to look into that. Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated.

-dave
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coachwife6

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Go to Add/Remove programs and see if you have a program " backweb"
If so uninstall it,
Restart your computer and see if your still getting the error
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hi, backweb is in kodak software
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I use ZoneAlarm pro for a firewall and I have backweb-7288971.exe blocked from the internet
it is in c:\Prograram Files\Kodak\KODAK Software Updater\7288971\Prograrm'backWeb-7288971.exe
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I am going to try these methods that you have suggested. If I have any further questions about this, I will be sure to ask again.
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