every time I start up my PC I get a message telling me
that it "cannot find file load.exe".
This doesn't seem to cause any trouble, but it is annoying.
Can anyone tell me how to find the missing file?
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> every time I start up my PC I get a message telling me
> that it "cannot find file load.exe".
> This doesn't seem to cause any trouble, but it is annoying.
> Can anyone tell me how to find the missing file?
You don't need another copy of LOAD.EXE as it is supplied by the
An extract from McAffee's page:
It may copy itself to the WINDOWS SYSTEM directory as LOAD.EXE and
create a SYSTEM.INI entry to load itself at startup:
Shell=explorer.exe load.exe -dontrunold
Change the line to
Alan Edwards, MS MVP W95/98 Systems
In microsoft.public.windowsme.general, "Rory Carr"
>Can anyone tell me how to find the missing file?
This error appear every time I log into Windows NT 4.0, followed by:
"Make sure the path name and file name are correct and that all the
required libraries are available. Make sure the file exists on your
computer or remove the reference to it from the registry."
How does one delete an item from the registry? I figure this is
probably not a good idea, but am unsure as to preceed
Edward W. Ray