Its giving two errors every time the machine boots up, one is code 7000, the other is code 7026, the 7026 is mentioned above in the initial post, this basically means "the driver failed to start because it isn't installed", it refers to PXHLPA64.SYS, as explained this is a ROXIO driver that isn't digitally signed and lots of people have had issues with it, so a tech guy on here told me to delete it after having BSOD issues.
Its not causing any problems as far as I am aware, just that for every boot up it is reporting two critical errors, I don't like that. It says it starts from services.exe.
There is nothing jumping out at me either in MSCONFIG or SERVICES.MSC that would automatically say that it is the process that it is trying to start that particular driver.
I just don't like having critical system errors all the time, who knows what it is actually affecting?