MSCONFIG should tell you the path or location of this file, but you may have to drag the location column header to the right (and scroll the window to the left), to see the full path.
I could find much about Sansa.exe in Google, except a reference to "Sansa media converter". Does that ring a bell?
If not, what happens if you de-select the entry in MSCONFIG?
Last night I installed my copy of ESET NOD32 Anti-virus and ever sine then, I've been getting these annoying prompts at start up; Sometimes the same prompt will pop up 2 to 5 times all at once.
I looked into the msconfig startup menu and I see what the problem is...it's a program called "ghfghfghfghfg" from a manufacturer with the same name. A close look into the Location section shows that an .exe file called Sansa.exe is trying to start up.
The prompt says something like "This fix can only be run by an administrator." or something very similar.
I've done a virus scan but it still comes up the same. Can anyone help me?