Solved: Solved: lsdelete program not found - skipping AUTOCHECK
I have an error message on startup (Vista Business) which reads: "lsdelete program not found - skipping AUTOCHECK". From what I understand, lsdelete is associated with winlogon. Can anyone provide information as to what this program is, and how can I fix this problem?
Thanks for your help. I have uninstalled ad aware, and deleted the lavasoft program files and lavasoft registry entries. From the bootexecute part I don't understand. The bootexecute key in my registry has a subkey labelled 'LastKey' which the registry search highlights. It's value is: Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\COMPONENTS\Winners\x86_microsoft-windows-smss-bootexecute_31bf3856ad364e35_none_d37a23bf8704487c, so where exactly do I remove the information for LSDELETE?
Thanks for your help, replies, and detailed support - much much better than what I get from the local tech support! Have located the AUTOCHECK entry in BOOTEXECUTE, and can see the lsdelete information there. Just to double check, if I delete the word lsdelete that will stop autocheck from looking for the program? Thought, I'd paste the info below to shed a little more light on the matter - maybe System Mechanic is the program interfering?
I'm glad I could help. I had the same problem, and after I worked out how to cure it I though it was good to share with anyone else having the same priblem, as there were not even any pointers to a fix on the Lavasoft site.
Hi, I had the same problem with my PC followed the instructions on this thread, it got rid of the ISDELETE problem but now I get UDBDef not found etc etc on startup can you help please, using Vista Ultimate 64bit
I had this same issue, the strang thing is that in previous installations, with the Adawaer 2007 it worked fien in Vista and XP, but the new release not only does not install properly, but crashed my windows explorer 3 times. has there network been infected?
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