ClickStream MFC Application Error in Windows XP SP3


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andreas

Hi,

I need your help on the following issue.
Today when I turned on my computer and before I open any application
the following message appeared on the screen (the standard window when
something crashes and advise you to send the error report to
Microsoft):
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"ClickStream MFC Application has encountered a problem and needs to
close. We are sorry for the inconvenience"
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When I clicked to see what data this error report contains the
following appears:
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"Error Signature:
szAppName: ClickStream.exe szAppVer: 1.1.1.0
szModName: ClickStream.exe szModVer: 1.1.1.0 offset: 00001069"
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I searched the Internet for ClickStream.exe and here is what I found:
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"The filename CLICKSTREAM.EXE is used by objects that are classified
as safe. It has not yet been seen to be associated with malicious
software."
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Then I used Process Explorer to check the services, and the
CLICKSTREAM.EXE appeared below the "DDNIService.exe"

When I searched for the "DDNIService.exe" I found from a website
that:
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"DDNIService.exe file is a malicious file related to spyware."
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I scan the computer with "Spybot Search and Destroy" and nothing was
identified as spyware.

I also found out that DDNI stands for:
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"Digital Delivery Networks (DDNi) is a PC user experience company that
provides software, infrastructure and digital marketing opportunities
to personal computer (PC) companies, distribution partners and
retailers."
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And that's were I got confused. I don't know what to do.

Can someone help me to figure this out?
It can be very annoying when you close the window and after a few
seconds appears again.


My computer details are the following:
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Lenovo - Thinkcentre A58
Pentium Dual Core 2.7 GHz
2 GB of RAM
Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Service Pack 3
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Thanks in advance.

Andreas
 
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A

andreas

I suspended the service "DDNIService.exe" using Process Explorer.
Issue solved.
 
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andreas

Permanent solution to the problem can be achieved by disabling the DDNIService in System Configuration Utility - tab "Services".
 

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