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cleishy

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on my computer after start up i get the message could not load or run cmmpu.exe. specified in the WIN.INI file. make sure the file exists on computer or remove reference in WIN.INI file i have searched all files and folders cannot locate file as a result i cannot access desktop icons a message appears saying sysmj.exe needed to start/access contents and as i cant find file on computer no access is avaible please help the computer does not allow me to rerun the windows programme either. iwas downloading from morpheus and the screen went coloured i tried to escape but could not so i turned the power off when i turned back on the problem was there i have done a virus check and none were found i may have deleted the file by mistake oc it was affected when the fault occured. can somone please help.
 
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Welcome to the forum, cleishy.

Your virus scanner must be outdated as the missing sysrnj.exe indicates you have the BleBla worm. Details from Symantec:

http://www.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/w32.blebla.b.worm.html

Download the INF files from this site:

http://www.helpdesk.umd.edu/alerts/virus/blebla/files.shtml

Check out the readme.txt file there, then after downloading the INF files, right-click on them and choose "Install" to repair the registry damage. This should get you up and running again so you can update your AV software and clean any infected files.

Cmmpu.exe is a midi emulator for your sound card. It should be referenced after the run= or load= lines in win.ini. It shouldn't normally cause a problem though. See what the situation is after cleaning out BleBla.

Good luck. Let us know how it goes.
 
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Hi DoyceJ...I'm sure it was a typo on the part of cleishy. It should be SYSRNJ.EXE.
 
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Ahhhhhh....I hope so, it would explain it. Good call. :)

Welcome to TSG cleishy. :)
 

cleishy

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thankyou 4 all replies im afraid my problem remains unsolved ihave downloaded sysmj.exe. files but cant access them the same message appears programme not found windows cannot find sysmj.exe. this programme is needed 4opening files of type EXE FILE it then asks 4 location of file i have been 2 housecall and performed an online virus check again no virus detected the message could not load or run cmmpu.exe specified in WIN.INI file make sure file exists or remove reference 2 it in WIN.INI. file i cannot rebootboot in safe mode as access 2 the desktop[ facility is denied start/run type MSCONFIG then click on the start up tab i am recieving the file location message please help i cannot download files as i cannot access them on files and folders
 
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I am afraid I have found a reference to sysmj.exe. Yes it is a worm. Blebla.b. I do not understand Housecall not finding it though.

Here is another scan you can use,

http://www.pandasoftware.com/activescan/com/

There is a download here for the removal of it.

http://www.pandasoftware.com/activescan/com/

I searched a while before coming to this conclusion. I dont know what else it could be. All references I found in english were sysrnj.exe. The only references to sysmj.exe were in chinese and portugese. I had to translate before I could tell you anything. If for no other reason than just to humor me, do the scan and the download. Worst thing that can happen is we are back at the beginning.
:)
 

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TonyKlein

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And to give another example of this:

You'll find dozens of hits for mvscrt.dll, if you do a Google search.

And over 200 for mscvrt.dll

And these files don't even exist.

It's just people misspelling Msvcrt.dll... :D

Greetz,
 
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