Foz1961 19:06 14 Sep 03

I have recently got the following error message 'Hole has encountered a problem and needs to close' If i go to the technical data there is a whole load, too much to print here. what is causing this and how do I fix it?

I am running xp pro, amd athlon 1300 processor with 512mb memory

any ideas appreciated

  bremner 19:11 14 Sep 03

I assume 'Hole' is the name of a program you are running.

Is the error message occuring everytime you run it or is this the first time it has happened?

  spikeychris 19:13 14 Sep 03

Think you had better print a bit because I have never heard of it??

  Foz1961 19:23 14 Sep 03

this message has appeared on the last couple of times i have started the computer. once i get the desktop i get the message. its not a program i'm running, as far as i'm aware!!

  spikeychris 19:31 14 Sep 03

Checkout msconfig startup and see whats there.

  -pops- 19:35 14 Sep 03

Could it be OLE? Object Layer Embedding - something to do with graphics.

Even if it is, I don't know where to go from there but perhaps someone else might.

  spikeychris 19:40 14 Sep 03

Have you just got back from Spain?

  -pops- 19:43 14 Sep 03

No it must be the chorizo tortilla I had for my tea.;-))

  Foz1961 19:45 14 Sep 03

definately says hole, i have run msconfig, didn't find anything in there, however when i started up on the diagnostic start up mode i didn't get the error message

  VoG II 19:12 17 Sep 03

I would try Ad-aware click here

The latest version (and update) includes removal of Hole (was ToonComics) click here

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