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Okay I guess this story goes back to this past Wednesday when I got home from classes. I go to pull up my side of the Dell and it comes up so I can check my mail and I was rudely confronted with the Juno error reporting window. I didn't know what happened and I didn't even want to go through the trouble of doing a report either so I just closed it and tried to start it up again...

I forgot what message I got but I did get an error about some hex address and Juno wouldn't load. I got onto the Control Panel and went to the Add/Remove and looked and the icon next to Juno instead of the regular icon was a computer icon as if it was some patch or install program...the same with this program that came with the computer so I just removed them both....Juno stayed stuck...so I just went through Windows Explorer after backing up my mail (miraculously I was able to do that with the backup wizard that came with Juno) and deleted the Juno directory after rebooting to see if that would help.

After I reinstalled Juno and got my box restored I thought "Whew, no more problems..." Right? Wrong.

This evening I was doing work and I accidentally clicked the arrows on the Quick Launch part of the toolbar (yes I do have that checked) and noticed that there's no icon for "Sonic MyDVD" program which means that when I took it out of Add/Remove, I really did take it out...so I went to the Recycling Bin....

EXCEPT...the RB, the way we have it, wouldn't ever come up! The properties show that we have it set as default "Double-clicking item opens -- All protected files" and usually when it comes up, it comes up like it's with the Norton AV...in fact I even tried going to NAV and doing the Unerase Wizard and it's doing the same thing.....

Then I went to do CHKDSK and it wouldn't do it...even without having it "fix errors" it would say... "The application or DLL C:\WINDOWS/system32\UNTFS.dll is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette.

That comes up when I try it through the command prompt window. Then after I click OK on the message, on the command prompt window it says "CHKDSK is not available for NTFS drives."

So what's the deal? :S

*edit* Norton AntiVirus Live Update wouldn't even perform.... :S

*edit 2* The file is still there and the specifics (if it is a good idea to send me a copy of the DLL) are...

product version: 5.1.2600.1106
file version: 5.1.2600.1106 (xpsp1.020828-1920)
English version

edit 3: On my mom's side of the XP system on our Dell...there's something running called aseye.exe and I googled it. It's connected to that x3watch program, if nikkianna is watching this


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Mar. 27th, 2004 09:19 pm (UTC)
Mar. 28th, 2004 01:11 pm (UTC)
Ask your Mom to download and install ADaware at http://www.lavasoftusa.com/software/adaware/ to check and see if there's spyware that's messing up the computer. Do the same for your side too. Spyware is veeery sneaky and may have infiltrated your computer without realizing it.

That's the best I can suggest. :)
Mar. 28th, 2004 01:43 pm (UTC)
I already have it...and even seen on task manager (what was it?....yeah...) aseye.exe and googled it and it was spyware so I took it out...the results were linking it with the x3watch I installed....

I don't have the paid features tho.
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