I had just downloaded and applied update modules from Microsoft Update, and I received the following messages while restarting.
(1) Access violation at address 0046C405 in module 'TeaTimer.exe'. Read of address 00000010.
(2) Access violation at address 00000000. Read of address 00000000.
(3) Access violation at address 74E50CC2. Read of address 00000010.
(4) Access violation at address 74E50CC2. Read of address 74E50CC2.
All of the above alert messages have a nameless button below every message i.e. No 'OK' or 'Cancel' in it. I'll state the sequence in which it occurred.
While Windows was shutting down, 2 windows appeared with message (1), one above the other. I click on the button in the window above, and message (2) appears. I have to click on the nameless button several times (I think about 10 times) before an empty message window with an 'OK' button appears.
Then I click on the other Message (1), and Message (3) appears. I click on the nameless button again for several times before Message (4) appears. After clicking on the button (again nameless) several times, another message that looked like Message (1) (I pressed enter on message (4) too many times I could only catch a glimpse of the last message. It IS similar as the phrase in Message (1).). After that no more messages appear, and my laptop restarted as normal.
I would like to ask if anyone, especially the Spybot Team, know of this situation. I apologise if I posted the same message, but I would appreciate if anyone send me a link of one of the error messages as listed above. I did a search earlier but I received nothing.
Just for your information, here's a bit of my laptop and some of the softwares installed.
Operating System: Windows XP
RAM: 1.49 GB
Ad-Aware SE Personal
Spybot Search and Destroy 1.5.1 (with TeaTimer)
NOTE: TeaTimer.exe module was edited with ResHacker
Diskeeper Lite (pre-installed)
Browsers: IE6, Avant, Mozilla Firefox
NOTE: You may think I'm a bit crazy on the first couple of softwares, but Norton 360 failed once in preventing a spyware infection. Now only Norton 360, Spyot's TeaTimer and Spyware Terminator are protecting my laptop.
Hope to receive replies soon.