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Yellow triangele with ! mark

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by DLM, Mar 30, 2008.

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  1. DLM

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    What does the yellow trinagle with an ! in it mean?
     
  2. SUEOHIO

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    if u could give us more information we can probably pin down the problem for u and hopefully solve it. generally it means something is missing in your computer like a driver, etc or something isnt working right or compatible with another program. if u are seeing one u cant ignore it. hopefully this answers your question.
     
  3. Zeppfan

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    We could use more details to assist you with this. Under which device is this icon located?

    Most of the time, this would be a driver isssue. Sometimes there are conflicts between two or three devices on your system. For example, if you have two ethernet adapters active, this will cause a conflict. To solve the ethernet adapter example, you would disable one of the two adapters.

    Let us know where this icon is located.
     
  4. DLM

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    HI
    The yellow triangle shows up kind of randomly in the bar at the bottom right of the screen. I click the mouse on it and I get and screen for antispyware, could this have anything to do with a "winvtu32.dll" file. When I start my computer I get a weird noise and a message that file is missing?
    Thank you
    DLM
     
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