SpySweeper error report

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mgbgtgrimm

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I ran SpySweeper on my desktop and got this error report:
date/time : 2007-02-04, 06:36:32, 531ms
computer name : UPSTAIRS
user name : SYSTEM <admin>
operating system : Windows XP Service Pack 2 build 2600
system language : English
system up time : 1 hour 42 minutes
program up time : 1 hour 41 minutes
processor : AMD Athlon(tm)
physical memory : 931/1535 MB (free/total)
free disk space : (C:) 19.86 GB
display mode : 1024x768, 32 bit
process id : $4f4
allocated memory : 42.18 MB
executable : SpySweeper.exe
exec. date/time : 2006-11-17 16:14
version : 3.2.3.2132
madExcept version : 3.0b
callstack crc : $1ac24910, $3bf9b1d3, $93f02113
exception number : 1
exception class : Exception
exception message : Insufficient buffer to hold string: autosearch1.bhosrc\e??mru\o\eylogger\search\licies\explorer\run\ogger lite\0-be211b74af12}\f2c401\-b20a6ca2b5ec}\staller.exe\ties\244186f3ecc1d5c551e\12a21r12e21\\ ??????????????????????????? ?????? ?? ??????????????????????????????????? ???????????????????? ????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ??????? ???????????????????????????? ???????? ?????????? ??????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????? ?? ????-? ????????????? ??????????????????? ???????? ???????????????????????? ??????????????? ???????????????????????? ?????? ???????? ???????????????????????????????? ????????? ??????????????? ??????????????? ??????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????????? ???????????? ???? ??????? ???????????????? ???????????????????????????? ????????? ???????????????????????????? ???????????? ??????? ????????????? ????????????? ????????????? ?????????????
Anybody know what this means? I haven't shown all the '?' here as there are hundreds of them. After I had downloaded IE7 I got error message that I was low on vitual memory so I went out and bought a memory chip and pu it in the blank slot I had and things have been running fine otherwise. Is this "Insufficient buffer to hold string..." a dangeous thing?
 
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