Strange panel popped up on the XP welcome screen

  PHOENIX51 20:43 10 Oct 05
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Help.....

Just started to have a panel pop up on the
welcome screen....reads

Imcrypt.exe
The instruction at "0x......" referenced memory
at "0x000000000". The memory could not be read.
click OK to terminate the program
click CANCEL to debug the program

Has anyone out there got any idea what has happened?

  curlylad 21:12 10 Oct 05

Since I haven't been able to find much info on this at all , lets try the system file checker for starters , heres how

Click start , Click run.In the box type this text EXACTLY as I have given you here sfc /scannow

Note the gap or single space in between the sfc and the /

When you have typed this into the box click OK and let the system file checker do its job.It will check through all your files for any irregularities or corrupt entries.When this has finished restart your PC and let us know if this has helped.

  VoG II 21:26 10 Oct 05

Also, are you sure that it is not Lmcrypt.exe ?

  PHOENIX51 20:43 13 Oct 05

Many thanks for taking the time to make suggestions.

curlylad - Unfortunately you're suggestion didn't
do anything....sfc /scannow did its thing and closed up restarted PC and problem panel still there.

VoG™ - You are quite right it is lmcrypt.exe
not Imcrypt as I originally said....Any clues?

Any further suggestions out there?

  VoG II 21:36 13 Oct 05

Start, Run, type

msconfig

and click OK.

Click on the startup tab and look for anything like lmcrypt and untick it. OK your way out and you should be prompted to restart your PC.

When it restarts you will see a dire warning about being in selective startup mode. Just tick the box to not display this message again.

That should get rid of the error mesage. Have you installed any encryption software recently?

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