I did re-install Tune-Up Utilities, Kaspersky, Holdem Manager and Daemon
Tools, so those were probably not the problemcause since it's still working.
On Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 4:37 PM, Magnus Hagander <magnus(at)hagander(dot)net>wrote:
> Frank Featherlight wrote:
> > 1) Uninstalled the following programs+program files folder:
> > File Shredder
> > Holdem Manager (this is the program I need postgresql for)
> > mIRC
> > Proxifier
> This one sounds like a potential culprit.
> > GetDataBack for FAT and NTFS
> This could be, but probably shouldn't.
> > Registry Mechanic
> > TuneUp Utilities
> > SimpLite
> > Daemon Tools
> > Kaspersky (was not installed during the time of the errors so can't be
> > to blame)
> > PostgresQL
> Could be one of those, but the ones above sounds more likely.
> Now, the fact that this is Windows makes it actually possible that
> things will work even if you reinstall *all* of them :-) But it would be
> interesting to know if there is a specific one that breaks it.
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