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(Solved) SpyBot-Search & Destroy

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Dingus, Feb 3, 2003.

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  1. Dingus

    Dingus Thread Starter

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    When I run SpyBot it reports registry entry in Windows runonce of QRIA '0'. I can't find any reference to this file '0' anywhere. Does anyone know if this file OK and if I should get rid of it or not?
     
  2. Byteman

    Byteman Gone but Never Forgotten

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    Hi, If you have this on a Compaq computer: QRIA is part of the CPQS folder's driver files....found on the Restore CD or backup partition....maybe leave it for now?http://www.ts-consulting.net/qria.htm
     
  3. jnibori

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    If you are unaware, SpyBot does have a feature where it stores all of the deleted entries in the "Recovery" section. So if a false/positive is inadvertently wiped, you should be able to restore it W/O too much trouble.
     
  4. NameTooLong

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    Unless it is responsible for booting Windows. :)
     
  5. JohnWill

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    Well, if it's flagging the entry as not having a valid target, it sees unlikely that it would be involved in booting Windows, right? :)
     
  6. Dingus

    Dingus Thread Starter

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    Thanks everyone. Byteman you got it spto on. On reading your post I contacted Compaq and found that this is indeed a good file.

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