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Message "sistray.exe - Entry Point Not Found!"

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#1 TonyT


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Posted 28 May 2006 - 06:14 AM

:thumbsup: When I boot the computer, before windows finishes loading I get a message box telling me that:
sistray.exe - Entry point not found
The procedure entry point ?ReadKeyString@CSISReg@@SAHPADOHOPANHKEY_@@K@Z could not be located in the dynamic link library sisBase.dll.
I need to click OK or windows will not finish loading. Am I bugged ?

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#2 Albert Frankenstein

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Posted 28 May 2006 - 08:14 AM

It sounds more like a driver problem to me.

You may need to update the driver. Get it from your computer manufacturer. If we knew the exact model and serial number of your computer we could help you find it. Or if it is a custom built computer we need to know the exact motherboard manufacturer and model number.

After Googleing the issue, I see some people have experienced this problem after updating Windows, and other have had this problem after updating their driver. Rolling back the driver was the answer in that case. See THIS.

If none of this is clear, perhaps you could give us more info and we can help more, but again, to answer your original question, it does not look like you are infected based on this error message alone.

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