|29 Mar 2012||#1|
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interactive services detection for ntvdm.exe
this morning I updated my drivers.
now I get this message: interactive services detection for ntvdm.exe
I searched through Microsoft answers and it recommended that I can stop it from services window,so I did that and now the message doesn't pop up(should I stop it?is gonna make problems because I stopped it?)
but I know there is a problem because it began to happen after my update and I didn't get the message before the update.(I have my driver back ups before the update should I restore them?)
so can you help me with it?
about my cmd:
I cant right click into cmd window to paste something.
how can I test cmd to see if it's working properly?
I have scanned my whole windows with malwarebytes and it was clean.
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