A windows error.

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hello guys,i get this error:VmVyc2lvbjogV2xGQlhVSlFWRlphUkU1RFJrTlZKQ2xTT3lRN1ZpQXN.. very long error code.
anyway this error ONLY appear when i access my E: it doesnt show anywhere else. It get really annoying. it keep coming bak when u click submit error to microsoft or exit. It doesnt seem to go away. unless... if i get out of my E:
 

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Alkatran
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You don't actually think anyone understands what those error codes mean, right? We need a bit more information.
 
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sorry, but, can you paste the actual picture of an entire error?
 
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DaveC426913
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What does he mean by 'E:'?
 
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dav2008
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E: Drive

Of course that could be an optical drive, a hard drive, a floppy drive, or something else.
 
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sure. but im at school rite now. I didnt paste the code to expect u guys to understand it but to recognise it. I will post the image asap when i get home ofcourse.
 
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E: is a partitionon my hard disk. sorry it seem like the error is playign trick on me... the post i sed i wills end it after school. I came home and the error didnt came bak til 2 hrs ago.. now it not coming bak.. weird. please hold i will screen shot if it come again. thx for the replies so far
 
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I don't have an idea what this is, but if it appeared after 2 hours of using pc, there must something that causes it. Can you actually paste a piece of screenshot with an error? That would help much more, than just words.
 
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RE: very long error code

Hi, I have found many people with the same error, but so far no solutions that work. As far as I can tell, it's related to moving .avi files....

Here's a screenshot of what it looks like:
 

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do you have antivirus software?
 
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Yeah, looks like a virus to me. That error box looks suspiciously not like anything Windows would use.

If you don't have a virus scanner, I'd look into AVG or something.
 
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looks like some kind of debugging application hooking onto something or another you are running :bugeye:
 
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You have a virus, or a trojan. When you are downloading torrents, and warez be careful of what you open ;)
 
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Hi ekinnike ,
I think ur computer is infected with a virus or some adware/malware. I can provide you with some solutions provided u answer the following:
a) When does the problem occur ?
b) Is your computer is connected to a network except internet?
c) Which antivirus u use and do you update it regularly?
d) Are you a computer novice or feel comfortable with tinkering with system settings?
 
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how about defragmenting the drive? maybe everything there's all over ht eplace and it needs sorting...What exactly does it say when you get the error? It could be a virus/trojan! Try some free anti virus software such as AVG!
 
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Defragmenting won't do anything for this problem. Pick up Ad-Aware and AVG, update their definitions, boot into safe mode and scan.
 

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