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Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library Runtime Error at Start Up

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by taylorblake, Apr 11, 2008.

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  1. taylorblake

    taylorblake Thread Starter

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    Hello Tech Guys! I came this site because I was so skillfully helped about four years ago dealing with another windows issue. The site looks great.

    I am not computer illiterate, but advanced I am not either. I installed Microsoft Office 2007and Microsoft Desktop Search yesterday. I didn't like Desktop Search and uninstalled it. I also changed some start up configurations with msconfig. This morning when restarting my computer an error message came up:

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    Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

    Runtime Error
    Program c:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSvcHst.exe

    R6025

    Pure Virtual Function Call

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    I have ran norton and it works fine. Once I click OK on the error and the Norton box on the toolbar disappears. Then I click on the icon and it comes back up. I don't know if this is a problem or not.

    I have run a full scan, windoc, and a couple other programs to rid the registry files. I ran RegCure and ParetoLogic. Maybe I am making a mountain out of a molehill, but it does run a little slower at start up and always gives that error message.

    Also when I look at Windows Task Manager, the svchost.exe (system) sometimes is running at 58,000K to 27,000K. Is that right?

    Let me know what you think and what I should do. I want to thank you in advance for just being such a great tool in our internet world. Taylor
     
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