Norton's Live Update has such file names. Have you seen the link below?
Hope this helps.
I have two problems which may or may not be related. First of all, it's an IBM Thinkpad R51e with a Celeron M processor and 756MB RAM, running Windows XP SP3. I have Norton 2009 AV/Firewall, Spybot, Ad-Aware, FSBL Rootkit Eliminator, Malwarebyte's Anti-Malware, and SuperAntispyware. I update everything regularly, and have scanned using all this stuff but found nothing. I also scanned with Malwarebyte's in safe mode. I haven't installed any programs recently, except for updating to new versions when available.
I typically sign in as a user, using the administrator account only when necessary. Very recently I will get a box showing up stating "The exception unknown software exception (0xc06d007e) occurred in the application at location 0x7c812aeb" and I'm supposed to click OK or cancel. I click OK and it goes away, sometimes to return after a while but not always. Everything seems to be running fine. This only happens in the user account. And it does say "exception unknown software exception".
When I sign in as administrator, I get a different box: "RCApp.exe encountered a problem and needed to close" and wants me to tell Microsoft about this problem. This will happen about four times in rapid succession, with a new one appearing within a couple of seconds of me clicking "Don't Send". Then all seems well.
I've done internet searches on both of these, and have found that other's also have had these problems. I haven't found any solutions, however. The general consensus seems to be that it is not a virus or other malware, but might be a remnant of an old version of a program or a registry error.
Could these errors be related to one another? and how do I fix them? I'm not sure where to start, because it doesn't identify a program by name. If I could identify the problem perhaps I could do an uninstall/reinstall of the program.