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Quotationsbook.exe and QuotationBooks.com

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#1 SonInHeaven


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Posted 29 March 2010 - 09:36 PM

I have had this annoyinng window pop up. I installed the trial full copy of AVG on my Windows XP SP3. It slowed it down considerable, but after disabling the firewall the browser works a little faster now.
Back to the little window, it pops up when I open Skype. I have tried uninstalling Skype and reinstalling it, but the little window pops up again everytime I start Skype. The error message is as follows: The title of the windows is "QuotationsBooks.exe - Application Error" and just below in the window itself it says, "The appliation failed to initialize properly (0xc000007b). Click on OK to terminate the application." Is this a type of virus or just a conflict with something else that I have on the computer. I tried Googling it. A lot of information appears, but nothing to do with Skype.

I fixed the window from popping up by lowering my "Privacy" setting. I opened Skype and the window did not appear. I set the "Privacy" setting back to default. When I open Skype now the annoying window does not appear.

I went the web site "QuotationsBook.com" to join the organization. I thought to myself if you can not beat them join them. Of course to register I had to lower my "Privacy" settings. This was the first time I did. Then again I lowered the settings to fix the annoying window. Have I opened the door for an infection problem? Thank you for your help.

Very Truly Yours,


Edited by SonInHeaven, 30 March 2010 - 05:34 PM.

Thank you,
Very Truly Yours,


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