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This bothering message!

"Icfinist.exe has encountered one error an needs to be closed"

How can I stop this!

It's making me crazy!

Please HELP!

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Re: This bothering message!

In reply to: This bothering message!

The name it's probable Lcfinst. Uninstall Intel LAN Client Manager as suggested from this

Good Luck,


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And piece together the past and the future,

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If it's showing up when you boot up, go to MSCONFIG and look what it is. And if you know what it is you can choose to uninstall that program, repair it if possible and simply disable it.

If it's not during start up search your computer for that file and look in which folder it is. Then you will now what program it is and you proceed as mentioned above... uninstall, repair or disable if possible.

Ryan Sechrest

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