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Windows 7: Two errors? Explations on what they mean?

19 Dec 2012   #1

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1
Two errors? Explations on what they mean?

I'll be showing through pictures. The first one popped up out of no where. The second one happened while installing Illustrator CS6 and again in After Effects CS6.

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19 Dec 2012   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

From what you have mentioned, it appears that the program atibtmon.exe is causing this issue. The program atibtmon.exe is related to ATI brightness monitor.I would suggest you to try these steps:

Method 1: Update driver

I would suggest you to update your display driver from the manufacturer’s website and check if it resolves the issue.
Method 2: Clean boot

If updating the driver didn’t help, then I would suggest you to perform a clean boot.
Method 3: Safety scanner

I would also suggest you to download and run the security scanner to check if there are any security threats.

As for the other issue I can't answer that as I do not use that program
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19 Dec 2012   #3
Sir George

Windows 7 Professional x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by CosmicPoptart View Post
I'll be showing through pictures. The first one popped up out of no where. The second one happened while installing Illustrator CS6 and again in After Effects CS6.
The Windows Installer appears to be attempting the install from drive "f"; is that the correct drive? Also, in the "Use source" it is pointing to a registry entry, not the "msi" file.

You can click the "Browse" button and manually find the location of the installation package.

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