Hard to tell what you did there due to it being Austrian which I don't read. Is this the MSCONFIG.EXE screen? If the temp files are gone, that's a step in the right direction. If you didn't find the SQLite files or program with REVO; then it's some other program app that's using SQLite and there are 2 ways to find this:
1.) You'll have to use MSCONFIG.EXE as I explained, disabling all startup services, and then all startup apps; going back in and re-enabling them one at a time, until the temp files reappear. Once they do, then the last startup service or startup app you re-enabled is the cause of your problem. If it's a service, you can then look at the service description, say it says something like "Google" or "YouTube"; then you'll have to remove all programs that have those names attached to them. Sometimes the service will say something like "Sysnative Touchpad"; that's a driver for your touchpad on a laptop. That device and the driver will both need to be uninstalled. If it's a startup app, the same method applies. Look at the app description on MSCONFIG, and whatever the name of the app is, say "Coupons.com"; you'll have to go to Control Panel and to UNINSTALL PROGRAMS, and unstall that app from your computer.
2.) The other and more difficult way is to use REGEDIT.EXE, but when you do this I urge you to make a complete backup to external media of all your Personal Data First!!!! Messing with the Registry is a very high-risk activity. If you've done this before, then you know what I'm talking about. I have no idea of your level of computer expertise or lack thereof. So, if you are computer literate and experienced with tweaking the Registry, please understand I am not talking down to you. This Caution is strictly for computer beginners!! Also, before proceeding with any Registry changes, use REGEDIT to make a Backup Copy of your existing Registry and save to your Desktop. This is a like a poor-man's SYSTEM RESTORE; if you make a mistake editing your Registry, you have a chance to reimport the Registry backup file and recover your system.
Next, search your Registry for every instance of "SQLite", removing them 1 at a time, and then "SQL"; you'll have to remove every instance of both of those in the attempt to clean out your Registry. You never answered me about why or how this program got onto your computer. And further you never answered me if you were attempting how to learn SQL programming, that's what we call a Yes or No question right there.
Given this, if either one of these techniques do not solve your problem you should post back for instructions on what to try next.
Edited by BIGBEARJEDI, 13 November 2015 - 02:55 PM.