It's not an error, it's just a warning. No need at all to let you drive crazy.
No need, even, to do anything. Most people only reboot once a week or so (they use hibernate as much as possible, because it makes the restart much faster, so it's a once-a-week minor annoyance.
Now run msconfig, go to the startup tab and uncheck the line that says to run that program. There should be such a line. If not, post again.
Windows Cannot Find error every time I start up My Computer. The actual error reads...
Windows Cannot find C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Application Date\GeniusBox\Client.exe
I think I am getting this error because I recently tried to uninstall GeniusBox via the ADD/Remove software feature in XP. I tried anyway to uninstall it there as it did show up in the list. Yet windows complained that the software may have already been uninstalled.
Yet I still was getting a GeniusBox Icon in my Sytems tray.
I ran some virus programs and deleted some stuff and the GeniusBpx Icon in my Sytems tray disappeared but I started getting the "Windows Cannot Find Error" every time I start the machine.
I scoured the web fo solutions, that included downloading and running certain other anti malware programs as well as programs that show what your startup is running , I could not find any GeniusBox entries in those. At least there not calling themselves that.
I went to regedit and deleted all the occurances of geniusbox that I found there. There were several.
Still the "Windows Cannot Find Error" persists....
I don't know what else to do I've tried everything I can think of
Can somebody please try to help me? Any assitance anyone could offer would be great. This has been driving me crazy!!!
Thank You Matt