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#1 Rebecca.

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Posted 23 July 2009 - 11:04 AM

I have Spybot Search & Destroy on my computer, and it works like a charm. There was only one thing I found weird about it - whenever I start up my computer, I get a message from Spybot saying something about a value being changed; it always seems to find the same entry on start up. Of course, it could be something with my system - not Spybot. Here's something related to the message from Spybot that shows when I start my computer (if a picture is needed for better understanding of my question, please do let me know):

The very top of the message reads:
"Spybot - Search & Destroy has detected an important registry that has been changed."
Then, next to "Entry:", It will say:
"LXRCRATS".

I always thought LXRCRATS was related to the printer - a Lexmark, but I didn't think the printer would change a value regularly on start up. If anyone has any information on what LXRCRATS is, please let me know, and be sure to let me know if you need a picture, also. Thanks for the help!
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Posted 23 July 2009 - 02:23 PM

I always thought LXRCRATS was related to the printer - a Lexmark,


That is LXCRCATS Please double-check for the correct letters
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#3 Rebecca.

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Posted 23 July 2009 - 04:12 PM

Let me apologize for that. I'm sorry, I do think I read it wrong, and I'm sorry for that mistake. Once I find out the correct lettering I will surely let that be known.
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Posted 24 July 2009 - 04:01 PM

That is LXCRCATS Please double-check for the correct letters


Okay, I've found the correct letters. It was my sad mistake to leave out a C, which I greatly apologize for. Here's a screen shot I took of when the message reading "LXCRCATS" appeared.
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This message appeared on my screen right after I'd turned on my printer the first time today, which made me believe it was, indeed, my printer ... am I correct?
-Rebecca

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