SERVER BUSY Error at Start Up?


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Don Green

Using Windows 7.
When I start up I get a dialogue box that says SERVER BUSY This action
can not be completed because the other program is busy. I can click a
button that says "Switch" and it goes away no problem.

Can't figure out why it's there, or better yet, how to get rid of it.

Helpful input always appreciated.

thanks!
 
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Dave-UK

Don Green said:
Using Windows 7.
When I start up I get a dialogue box that says SERVER BUSY This action
can not be completed because the other program is busy. I can click a
button that says "Switch" and it goes away no problem.

Can't figure out why it's there, or better yet, how to get rid of it.

Helpful input always appreciated.

thanks!
Have you always had it appear or has it started recently ?
 
D

Dave-UK

Don Green said:
Seems to have started in the past week.
If it happens when you start your computer have a look at what's being run at start-up
with msconfig or Autoruns. It could be some sort of software update or malware etc.
Type ' msconfig ' into the Start search box.
You can disable an entry by clearing relevant box.
Autoruns shows the same information but with much more detail.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963902.aspx
 
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July 27,2013 I started having same problem also, I always get "not responding" on any right click" or trying to run most apps. Impossible to find the malware, I did every suggestion, on all the forums. I also had virus "Magnipic" which malwarebytes got rid of. Safe mode proves it is a virus/malware since windows works OK in safe mode. Interesting it is only on 1 user-id, if I log-on as admin or guest all is fine. If only windows had a trace facility, could find immediately.
Most likely will have to try a back level restore point, and re install the stuff I lose.
 

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