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Any advice on crpl.exe application?


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#1 tinylin2

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Posted 16 July 2004 - 08:42 AM

My thanks to anyone who can help...
I run WindowsXP Pro and had a terrible virus problem.
I installed McAfee Internet Suite, AdAware, and SpySweeper and got rid of a lot of problems.
But I was still having problems running InternetExplorer. I could surf all day using my Verizon/MSN provider, but if I ran Explorer on it's own it would jam up and stop connecting to any sites w/in about 15 minutes.
A few days ago, I got an Error Report from my Windows system saying basically...
"we're sorry CRPL.EXE could not run and will shut down. please save any...yaddah yaddah."
I closed the box and all of a sudden I could surf using Explorer as long as I wished, although it did run a bit slower than it used to.
I googled 'crpl.exe' and got only one response, part of a thread from this forum.
So I joined up to ask if anyone knows what this application is, what it does, and if I should try and get rid of it.

I very much appreciate your time in advance!
Thanks!

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#2 Grinler

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Posted 16 July 2004 - 02:35 PM

It is probably a left over from an infection. Post a Hijackthis log in the Hijackthis logs forum and someone will help you. If you need help posting a hijackthis log, read the topic pinned to the top that explains how.




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