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filespy & regspy error


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liphook27

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Hello Guys

Does anyone have a solution to this problem please, i have googled it but not found any answers that help.

my pc has been shutting itself down today, i went into event viewer to see what the error was and i got 2 messages. -

The regspy service failed to start - the system cannot find the file specified.

the filespy service failed to start - the system cannot find the file specified

any ideas on how to sort out this problem please.


your help is greatly appreciated.

Edited by liphook27, 27 February 2006 - 10:02 AM.

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do you have the programs, regspy and filespy installed? if so...try uninstalling them
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i dont have any program by that name, are there any antivirus, or cleanup programs that package them?
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they are part of bulldog antivirus or bitdefender antivirus. do you have those?
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yea i got bitdefender

if i un-install and then reinstall will the problem be fixed?

or should i leave it off my system and find another AV?
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I would uninstall temporarily and see if the issue resolves...then reinstall, see if the issue returns
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Bitdefender seems to be a good anti-virus. Try uninstalling it and reinstalling it. Somtimes things get corrupted, and doing that should fix it.

Edited by computerwiz12890, 27 February 2006 - 03:26 PM.

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