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Windows 7: Persistent recurring Windows message

21 Jul 2015   #1

windows 7 32bit
Persistent recurring Windows message

Installed QuickCam10.Known compatabilty issues so used service to find a fix.No luck. So uninstalled QC software and drivers even from registry.Now can't get rid of following popup message when opening folders,etc - 'Windows cannot find 'C:\PROGRAM~1\TOTALR~2\bar\1.bin\AppIntegrator.exe'. Make sure that you typed the name correctly, and then try again.' With an OK Button.
Nothing I can do to get rid of this pesky message except to click OK or on the red X.
Can anyone please help solve this problem as it is annoying. I even tried restoring from a previous Backup. Still it persists.
Thank you if you can help me.

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22 Jul 2015   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

I even tried restoring from a previous Backup. Still it persists.
Are you sure backup was from before the installation of QuickCam10?

Tried running CCleaner? both normal and registry, also check the Tools - Startup - Context Menu from within CCleaner and see if there are any QuickCam entries
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22 Jul 2015   #3

Windows 10 Pro X64

Download and run ProcessExplorer. It does not need to be installed.
Drag-and-drop target to find an image. If you're not sure which application corresponds to which image in Process Explorer, click and drag the little gun sight icon on the Process Explorer toolbar, and drop it on any visible window to find out what process/image it is.
Once the error message is on the screen, start ProcessExplorer and drag the target icon and drop it on the error message window. It will show the process that generated that window highlighted in blue in the PE window.

Then use msconfig Startup and Services tabs to find and disable that process.
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