I’m seeing the exact same thing as this person on my computer.
I am working on a computer (XP-Pro) that comes up with the following message every time it is booted.
“There is a file or folder on your computer called “C:\PROGRAM” which could cause certain applications to not function correctly. Renaming it to “C:\PROGRAM1″ would solve this problem. Would you like to rename it
The options are “rename” and “ignore”. She has been picking “ignore” each time and doesn’t seem to be having any problems in Windows. She has no “C:\PROGRAM” folder. She runs Norton Antivirus 2003 and her virus definitions are up to date. See the error message at http://www.mewnlite.com/error.jpg
I think the “File Name Warning” title on the window looks a little phony. Does this look familiar to anyone?
What would be your recommendations?
But I’m using Windows XP Home. I wonder where it’s from?
I don’t have a C:\program folder, but there is a 24 byte file called program (no extension). I wonder where it came from? Opening it in a text editor shows this:
No idea where it’s from.
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