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Topic # 17749 10-Dec-2007 08:29
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Hi All,

I am being asked to install plug in 22002.1 everytime i try and use windows (this includes booting up, running installer etc.) Im assuimg this has been deleted when something has been uninstalled.

Any ideas how to fix my problem?

Cheers

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  Reply # 99198 10-Dec-2007 09:56
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by the way - It is an MSI file, I have googled it and searched the microsoft website and have found nothing. It does not  boot up windows correctly. I can use the task manager to start new processes but there is no start menu etc.



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Reply # 99559 12-Dec-2007 08:51
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Anyone?!?!?!

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 99564 12-Dec-2007 09:06
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I would recommend you run an antivirus and antispyware scan for all files. Have done that, run MSCONFIG and check that there isn't anything strange on startup.






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Reply # 99921 14-Dec-2007 12:10
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As advised I did a spyware scan with Adaware and a Virus check with Symantic. These both returned nothing, and I am still having the same problem.

Any more ideas?

Thanks

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Reply # 99953 14-Dec-2007 14:43
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reinstall?

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  Reply # 100049 14-Dec-2007 23:58
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Try AVG Antispyware ... picked up on a trojan that AAW missed the other week on my laptop, which was a bit freaky after I had thought my system had been squeaky clean for months and all AAW had been picking up on were cookies.  Hijackthis gives you a pretty good idea of what's running too (after you've matched what you've got against various references)

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