Windows cannot open 00631405.rbf

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by AZZKIKR1, May 16, 2005.

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  1. AZZKIKR1

    AZZKIKR1 Registered Member

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    Okay, I took the plunge and decided to try NOD32. It installed just fine and seemed to work smoothly. I did the "extra settings" that Blackspear recommends. Turned my computer off and when I turned it back on, a window pops up after Windows loads saying that Windows cannot open this file 00631405.rbf. It happens every time I reboot now. Any ideas?
     
  2. rumpstah

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    Hi AZZKIKR1:

    Do you use the Dantz Retrospect backup software?

     
  3. AZZKIKR1

    AZZKIKR1 Registered Member

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    No, I sure don't.
     
  4. rumpstah

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    Sounds like a Roll Back File.

    Which is a backup of an existing file stored in the hidden CONFIG.MSI directory (C:\Config.Msi).

    Can you do a search for that file to see if it exists?

     
  5. alglove

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    Have you tried installing or uninstalling anything lately? That type of thing can create .rbf files in the \Config.msi folder. It could be that some installation/uninstallation did not go cleanly, and Windows is trying to delete some file that no longer exists.
     
  6. AZZKIKR1

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    Yes, I searched for that file but cannot find it.

    I don't have the C:\Config.Msi on my system.

    The only thing I have installed is NOD32.
     
  7. Marcos

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    Rbf files are Oracle backup files. Would this info help you pinpoint the issue?
     
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