Boot Up Issue


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Guest

Hello Everyone,

Hope this is the correct place to post this question,

I recently noticed, that while my computer is booting, "after" the Windows
splash screen, yet "before" the user login screen, I now get this MS XP blue
screen message that says the following:

(ssiefr.e program not found - skipping Auto Check)

After this message displays for several seconds, the message disappears, and
the typical login screen appears, I can login okay, and all systems and
software seem to work perfectly fine, no problems at all.

I did a search on my computer, and I did find a very similar file named:
ssiefr.exe it is located at the location of C:\Windows\System32

I've run full Spysweeper and NOD32 scans, and nothing found.

So, my question is , what the heck is going on, and how do I eliminate this
blue screen message at boot time?

All help, empahty, and support is deeply appreciated,

Robert S.
03/05/07 at 11:29am PST
 
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G

Guest

Hi George,

You were correct, it is a SpySweeper issue.

Here is what I did to fix it, I've copied you a post I had with a man named
"db" at the XP general discussions forum"
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Hello again db,

Well, the file named ssiefr.e that was showing up at my system boot, was in
fact from Webroot's SpySweeper program that I have installed on my machine.

I called Webroot, they provided a system uninstaller, I ran it, and "still"
the problem exists.

So, i re-contacted Webroot, and while I was waiting Webroot's response, I
took your advice and downloaded the "Autoruns for XP". I found it by typing
"autoruns" at google.

I downloaded it, ran it, and sure enough as you suggested, I found the
registry sting that was a problem.....I edited the string (actually deleted
this problem file ref), and voila, no more problems.
 

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