Windows XP Home Edition Error

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by primepost, Mar 1, 2011.

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  1. primepost

    primepost Registered Member

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    HELLO IM RUNNING WINDOWS XP WITH NOD32 SECURITY SO FAR I AM EXTREMELY IMPRESSED WITH THE PROTECTION, LATELY I HAVE ENCOUNTERED AN ERROR MESSAGE THAT POPS UP REGULARLY HERE IS THE MESSAGE:

    C:\WINDOWS\system32\App64\bvid.exe is not a valid Win32 application

    CAN YOU PLEASE ASSIST ME IN RESOLVING THIS POP UP ERROR, I HAVE SCANNED THE COMPUTER AND IS CLEAN.

    THANKYOU
     
  2. Marcos

    Marcos Eset Staff Account

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    The file is most likely corrupted and thus non-functional. Do you know what software it belongs to? If you generate a SysInspector log, do you see the file there?
     
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  4. primepost

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    I THINK THIS BELONGS TO THE PREVX VIRUS CLEANER, I DONT KNOW WHY COMPANIES LEAVE TRACES ON THE SYSTEM WHEN YOU LIKE TO DISCONTINUE THERE PRODUCT IT IS RIDICOLOUS, ACTUALLY IV SCANNED WITH PREVX 3.0 NOT THAT I WANTO BUT JUST TO SEE IF IT PICKS UP THE VIRUS OR MALWARE AND YES IT SHOWS AS MALWARE, NOW WHAT FROM HERE AM I FORCED TO USE PREVX JUST BECAUSE OF THIS ANNOYING POPUP?

    CAN NOD32 PROGRAMMERS WORK ON THIS ISSUES AS I HAVE BEEN INFECTED BY OTHER VIRUS CLEANING PROGRAMS WHICH I HATE WITH A PASSION!

    WHAT SHOULD I NOW DO SHOULD I SWITCH TO PREVX JUST BECAUSE OF BSF.EXE AND BVID.EXE?

    OR SHOULD I WAIT FOR NOD32 TEAM TO RESOLVE THE PROBLEM PLEASE HELP!



    AND OH THEY ARE ASKING TO BUY THE LICENCE TO CLEAN OUT THOSE TWO FILES...THAT WHAT I CALL MORONS...URGENT NOW WHAT?
     
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  6. Gosman

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    I suspect that your computer is infected with a trojan. Also I advise to you to make MBAM log.
     
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