Every time I'm logging on to Windows XP, and error message is the first thing to come up. The message title is jusched.exe and the message says that there is a missing procedure entry point ??_V@QAXPAX@Z for the dynamic link library msvcrt.dll. Not knowing much about computers, I find this VERY confusing. The corresponding oddity on my computer is that on search engines like Google, in the search results the links to the websites are not going to their intended destinations and are being redirected to sites like Yahoo. This is happening in all of my web browsers, being Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, and Mozilla Firefox. I've read that jusched.exe is associated with the Java plug-in.
I've tried reading some other forums and topics on this site about problems with ??_V@QAXPAX@Z and msvcrt.dll, but none of them pertained specifically to jusched.exe, but rather to other .exe files. I'm afraid that this is the work of some spyware or malware that I must have picked up, and it's getting to be really annoying while using search engines, so any help would be greatly GREATLY be appreciated. Thanks!!
Also, the McAfee software on my computer will run quick scans only, and will stop working right after the scan starts if you try to do a full or custom scan, saying there is an error getting scan process.. Is this some kind of side effect of this problem, or other spyware, malware or trojans? Thanks!
Edit: Moved topic from XP to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal
Edited by Animal, 26 August 2009 - 01:21 PM.