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#129211 7-Sep-2013 11:52
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I am getting an error message when I restart windows after reinstalling windows 8. I have tried running CCCleaner but that didn't solve the problem. I have checked whats starting up in Task manager, but no clues there. Anyone know where I should look to stop this error message?





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  #891252 7-Sep-2013 11:54
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unreadable

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  #891255 7-Sep-2013 12:01
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Try Start > Run > msconfig (or whatever its equivalent in 8 is since Start is gone) and disable AsusSetup in there. It's probably not important.

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  #891263 7-Sep-2013 12:14
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nathan: unreadable


I had reposted the image when I realised the first image was too small. I have updated the image with a readable one.




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  #891304 7-Sep-2013 14:41
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Behodar: Try Start > Run > msconfig (or whatever its equivalent in 8 is since Start is gone) and disable AsusSetup in there. It's probably not important.


Looked there, nothing showing.

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#891308 7-Sep-2013 14:58
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Ahemm, problem solved. I left the error message up before I looked in task manager instead of closing it down before I looked. 

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  #891315 7-Sep-2013 15:24
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There's probably an iSetup scheduled task in task scheduler in the Asus library set to run on user login. Ccleaner or similar probably deleted the temp file it relies on.

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