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EVENT ERROR 7026
dsweiner
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October 24, 2011 - 3:19 pm

I've noticed recently that this error code is showing up each time I boot the system. Has anyone any idea on how to remedy the problem.

Thanks,

David

Event Type: Error
Event Source: Service Control Manager
Event Category: None
Event ID: 7026
Date: 10/24/2011
Time: 2:06:58 PM
User: N/A
Computer: DAVID
Description:
The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load:
SASDIFSV
SASKUTIL

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October 24, 2011 - 11:22 pm

Hey David - Both those processes (SASDIFSV and SASKUTIL) are associated with SuperAntiSpyware. What is the current status of the SuperAntiSpyware software on your PC - is it still installed and you are still using it or have you uninstalled it at some time and no longer use it at all??

Cheers...Jim

dsweiner
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October 25, 2011 - 12:06 pm

Hi Dave:
Thanks for the reply.

That program is no longer installed. What do I do now?

Thank you,

David

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October 25, 2011 - 3:14 pm

Hi David - It's Jim mate!!.

[quote:3riioa35]That program is no longer installed[/quote:3riioa35]
As I suspected. I'm pretty certain the error is being caused by remnants leftover from the uninstall. How confident are you about working with the registry David? You will need to locate and delete a couple of registry keys:

Open a 'Run' dialogue box and type in [b:3riioa35]regedit[/b:3riioa35] and then click [b:3riioa35]OK[/b:3riioa35] (or press the 'Enter' key).
In the registry editor; Click on "View" in the menu and select "Find" ( or press Ctrl + F)
In the search dialogue box, type in "SASDIFSV" (without the quotes) and then click on the "Find next" button.
This should bring up an entry called "LEGACY_SASDIFSV" (in the side panel of the registry editor). Right click on that entry and select "Delete".
Go through exactly the same routine for "SASKUTIL".
[b:3riioa35]**NOTE: You may actually see the "LEGACY_SASKUTIL" entry directly under the "SASDIFSV" entry.[/b:3riioa35]

Working with the registry can be risky so please use caution. If you are uncertain about anything, let me know and I will clarify.

Pretty sure getting rid of those left over registry entries will fix the problem.

Cheers mate...Jim

dsweiner
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October 25, 2011 - 3:55 pm

[quote="ozbloke":1xswt42a]Hi David - It's Jim mate!!.

[quote:1xswt42a]That program is no longer installed[/quote:1xswt42a]
As I suspected. I'm pretty certain the error is being caused by remnants leftover from the uninstall. How confident are you about working with the registry David? You will need to locate and delete a couple of registry keys:

Open a 'Run' dialogue box and type in [b:1xswt42a]regedit[/b:1xswt42a] and then click [b:1xswt42a]OK[/b:1xswt42a] (or press the 'Enter' key).
In the registry editor; Click on "View" in the menu and select "Find" ( or press Ctrl + F)
In the search dialogue box, type in "SASDIFSV" (without the quotes) and then click on the "Find next" button.
This should bring up an entry called "LEGACY_SASDIFSV" (in the side panel of the registry editor). Right click on that entry and select "Delete".
Go through exactly the same routine for "SASKUTIL".
[b:1xswt42a]**NOTE: You may actually see the "LEGACY_SASKUTIL" entry directly under the "SASDIFSV" entry.[/b:1xswt42a]

Working with the registry can be risky so please use caution. If you are uncertain about anything, let me know and I will clarify.

Pretty sure getting rid of those left over registry entries will fix the problem.

Cheers mate...Jim[/quote:1xswt42a]

Hi Mate:
You're not going to believe this but they are both gone.

Thanks for your help. Hope all is well with you and the family.

Cheers,

David

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October 25, 2011 - 4:24 pm

All fine this end thanks mate.

So that problem is now fixed then David?

dsweiner
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October 26, 2011 - 11:43 am

[quote="ozbloke":2onen5h3]All fine this end thanks mate.

So that problem is now fixed then David?[/quote:2onen5h3]

Hi Mate:
That's good to hear.

Yes, for some reason there is not a trace.

Cheers,

David

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