fspex.exe is your F-Secure Anti-Virus Updater. You might want to fetch their latest then uninstall then reisntall this AV when you are offline.
Once that's out of the way, try again. If it fails I head to the EVENT VIEWER (see google.com) to clear all events, create the error again so I can see what may have caused it.
More at http://www.aumha.org/win5/a/shtdwnxp.php
We have an Hp Pavilion 1210n with windows xp media center edition, 2002 sp2 which we just had to take in and have a new motherboard and hard drive installed. We just got it back and installed the operating system. It worked fine but I began installing our software that I had on before and started getting error messages now everytime we shut it down or boot up.
The one we get right after booting up is "The instruction at 0x0040da9 referenced memory at 0x00000004 The memory could not be "read."
On shutting down the last time I got fspex.exe
and dwwin.exe...initialization failed
Then I get a box asking if I want to end the program now. I click end now and it finally shuts down.
What is happening? Did something get damaged in installing programs? I installed so many yesterday that I don't know exactly when this happened. I tried using the system restore after I noticed it but this did not correct the problem. should I restore to another restore point before installing all my programs? (*sigh*..sure hope not)
Not sure how to fix this problem. Otherwise everything runs fine and works like it's suppose to.
Help would be appreciated!