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Solved: FMNOT.exe

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by suppdave, Jan 14, 2011.

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  1. suppdave

    suppdave Thread Starter

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    When computer starts up, after I close out Kodak Software Updater, FMNOT.exe error comes up.Says FMNOT caysed General Protection Fault in module FMNOT.exe at 0005:2777. choose close and FMNOT will close. How do I remove this????
     
  2. surferdude2

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    My favorite way would be to disable the Kodak Software Updater from running at startup.
     
  3. suppdave

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    Still haven't figured out how to do that one yet. I started this morning by removing the dreaded OUTLOOK EXPRESS 6, now trying to eliminate the other two BUGS????
     
  4. suppdave

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    Any and ALL HELP will be GREATLY appreciated!!!!!! Just had this computer given to me for free...
     
  5. surferdude2

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    Click on Start > Run > type msconfig in the "Open" field and click OK. Click the "Startup" tab and look for Kodak. When/if found, untag the box and click Apply. Exit and reboot. At reboot, when you get the modified startup message, tag the box that says "Don't show this message again."
     
  6. suppdave

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    Finally!! Thanks SurferDude2, that took care of my Kodak problem but still have FMNOT error. As you can see system takes a long time to run after rebooting...
     
  7. surferdude2

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    The fmnot.exe error is likely associated with some greeting card software that is trying to start. Look for any evidence of that in msconfig.

    It could even be that some greeting software was improperly installed and would have to be reinstalled to get rid of this error.

    Do be careful how you troubleshoot. If you don't have the original install disks and registration information for this "freebie" you don't want to render it unbootable and have no way of fixing it.
     
  8. suppdave

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    Understood!! Thank You SO MUCH for your help, You_Are_The_Man!!!! I will search for that now. System is already running faster after the last REboot... Thanks Again.
     
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