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svchost.exe - Application Error


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#1 dfv8

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Posted 17 April 2009 - 03:20 PM

Hello All,

Following an Microsoft Autoupdate, I am getting a few errors at PC startup from my Sophos Antivirus as follows:

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The filename changes each time I restart the PC

If I shut down the PC completely, i.e. not a restart I get the following:

Svchost.exe - Application Error

The application failed to initialise properly )0xc0000005).
Click on OK to terminate the application.


On clicking OK, the following happens:

End Program - explorer.exe

I then hit OK and get:

This program is not responding.

I then hit End Now, and get this next:

End Program - CiceroUIWndFrame

I then hit End Now, and get this next:

This program is not responding.

I then hit End Now, and get this next:

End Program - CiceroUIWndFrame

I then hit End Now, and the machine finally closes down.

Has anybody any ideas? The machine is running XP professional SP3

Thank you.

A quick update.

Since tha above was posted, I keep getting requests from Sophos to allow or deny access to the network while browsing in Firefox every three minutes approximately. I'm always denying at the moment.

Edited by dfv8, 17 April 2009 - 03:42 PM.


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Posted 18 April 2009 - 07:21 AM

For your info, the problem above has now been resolved by doing a system restore to a previous restore point.




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