We’ve been having way too much fun around here. So now, I present unto you, the most boring blog entry of all time, ever.
I have two error messages pop up every time I turn on my computer. They may be the result of a Zone Alarm update that crashed in the middle and forced me to remove ZA (which I haven’t reinstalled yet and I know I know I KNOW I need to reinstall) because I was unable to access the internet (or anything else) after the aborted update.
Okay. Here’s what I get on start-up:
One error message reads across the top:
And then the warning reads:
Error loading C:Program FilesWild TangentAppsCDAcdaengine0400.dll
And then, below that:
The specified module could not be found
And then, milliseconds after that one, another message pops up, which reads across the top the far more foreboding:
avgcc32.exe – Application Error
In the window proper, it reads:
The instruction at “0x5f4012al” referenced memory at “0x00000004”. The memory could not be “read”.
A period outside of the quotes? Go back to England, error message!
Click on OK to terminate the program.
I click on OK for both of them and then everything works fine. So what am I complaining about? Well, I’m afraid. Please help. I’ve run every virus check. Every kind of check in the world. I’ve defragged. I’ve prayed to the higher power. The messages remain.
I hope I didn’t just give y’all my credit card number or anything.