Question for Computer Geeks re Message

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  1. Foxfyre
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    Okay. Bearing in mind that I sometimes find a screw driver complicated so keep it in plain English please, need advice:

    When Hubby boots up his computer each morning, he gets a popup message on his screen that Windows cannot find:

    C:\WINDOWS\eyasukinasule

    He would like to not have that pop up.

    What is this program?

    How does he fix the problem?
     
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    He deleted something without removing it from the Start Up folder. This results in Windows trying to start a program that is not there, and thus the error message.
     
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    That program typically ends up on the computer after HEAVY porn surfing.

    Believe me...I know.
     
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    LOL X.

    Okay if we go with QW's theory, tell me again where to go to look at all the files on a computer.
     
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    on the C: drive
    LOL


    but its interesting that that particular file only shows up on a search in this thread

    never heard of that one before
     
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    I haven't been able to come up with anything for it either. Well will keep looking. Thanks guys.
     
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    it's likely what QW said
    but i'll be damned if i can find anything on it
     
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    I had the same problem, which is why I was a bit vague.

    Try running CCleaner or another cleaning program and see if that fixes it.
     
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    yeah, CCleaner might fix it
    but be careful when using it as it can remove cookies and security web files
     
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    Well I'll keep working on it. Thanks so much guys. You're the best.
     

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