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Old 05-07-2005, 11:47 AM   #1
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This stupid thing keeps popping up! I cant stop it, what does it mean and how do i get rid of it!?!?

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Old 05-07-2005, 12:07 PM   #2
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could be a virus trying to run?
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Dunno...I would run norton in safe mode, but it wont let me do it....
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yeah ... if you have Norton installed it would pick it up

do you know the process list ... well where is the location of the error message ... just need to know what program its coming from.
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I says on the error message- C:\Windows\system32\.atlis.dll. Is it safe to delete do you think?
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i have Windows XP and i have just check and i can not find the file ... delete away
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Rename it .bak and see if you need it. You can rename it again.
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Doesnt let me. Says it write protected....
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Try it in the safe mode.
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So many are coming up now!! Ive had iest32.dll crap.dll and now crtl.dll. Try another virus scan....

Wait a moment, I did a search and I found the "cfrf.exe" file should I delete this??
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