Sometimes upon Bootup FD-ISR places

Discussion in 'FirstDefense-ISR Forum' started by Houley456, May 16, 2007.

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  1. Houley456

    Houley456 Registered Member

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    a red X on the system tray....then after re-bootup all is ok....anyone seen this?
     
  2. screamer

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    The X on the FD-ISR.ico is there while the app is initializing
     
  3. Houley456

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    The red X just stays a X untill re-boot and upon the re-boot it turns to the normal yellow-green circle.....
     
  4. Peter2150

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    It just means for some reason the monitor service didn't start. Something may have blocked it on startup. Re booting cures the problem.
     
  5. tradetime

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    I think this is some sort of issue with the XP taskbar notification area, I had this in one of my snapshots where there would always be a X on the FD-ISR icon. Task manager shoed the ISR process to be running and launch of FD showed that the program was active. I fixed / solved the problem with the Taskbar Repai Tool from Kelly's Korner. XP has a known issue with the notification area which often causes icons not to display.
     
  6. Banshee

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    I have this problem too.Red X but first defense is active. I checked that kelly's corner page but can't figure out what it is that I have to do to get rid of it using his tool.:rolleyes:

    What do I have to do ?
     
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