I am unable to access my Quicken program. When I attempt to do so I get a
message reading, "This application has failed to start because InetClnt.dll was
not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem."
Alas, when I try to re-install the program, I get a message telling...
I use Windows XP. have a number of desktop icons I use as repositories for
numerous program icons. For example, my icon labelled "Security" has the
Ad-Aware and Spy-bot program icons, among others.
Lately icons labelled "Desktop.ini" have begun appearing in the windows
Out of curiosity, did you update Norton Anti-Virus at about the time your
problems developed? I discovered that when I last updated NAV it reset
a number of the IE and email settings on my laptop, giving rise to problems
similar to those you experienced.
FWIW, my laptop has developed a somewhat similar problem. The only
difference is that I can access a few websites on my favorites list, though
I can do nothing once they open (that is, I cannot get beyond the opening
page). I will pay close attention to any advice given the author of the...
Yes, it is Windows Xp. The HJT was downloaded Tuesday, April 26, as was Spybot.
I cannot be sure when the about:blank problem began, since it is on a computer at
work that I rarely use (although others use it daily). I estimate it began about a
month ago. I am slapping my forehead and...
All of the downloads I tried were the unzipped ones.
here is the HJT log:
I have tried repeatedly to download @WinSpy, Spyware Blaster and CW
Shredder tonight without success. Each time I try the process begins,
then stops and a window appears telling me IE has to shut down because
it has encountered a problem. I have tried these at several different sites.
At last, I get to return the favor and help someone else! Ruffnredy, take a look
at the thread titled "Hijack This! log: Please diagnose" in this forum, and you'll
find the great answer I got whan I asked about svchost.exe.
Okay. . . maybe. I followed your last note, then on a hunch ran a search for
svchost.exe on the C drive. This yielded a file titled SVCHOST.EXE-16C7D411.pf
in folder C:\WINDOWS\prefetch. Judging from the time stamp under "Date
Modified" it was created when I ran the search function about...
The following is the Hijack This! log from the computer referenced in the
post titled, "ConnInst1? Huh?" I appreciate any advice given.
Logfile of HijackThis v1.97.7
Scan saved at 10:23:06 AM, on 4/27/2004
Platform: Windows XP SP1 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP1...