Skrain Bodak (skrain_bodak) wrote,
Skrain Bodak

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ummm *nervous* what the hell happened here????

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 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 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 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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