Hi, before posting I did a search on “Kernel Fault Check” and found only one result which was in the Archives Forums dated Last Post 2007-06-07 at http://forums.spybot.info/showthread...el+fault+check and moderated by Mr_JAk3. I’m not sure whether I should follow the advice given there towards the bottom of page 1 after Kernel Fault Check, highlighted in red by the search engine. I don’t have any problem with pop-ups. The problem I’m having is with the same Tea-Timer message on windows start up:
Category: System Startup global entry
Change: Value deleted
Entry: Kernel Fault Check
Old data: %systemroot%\system32\dumprep 0 – k
I don’t know what it signifies. The first time it happened I gave permission for the change but since then I’ve been refusing permission. Also, it may be coincidental but twice since that message started appearing the computer has run OK for hours and then suddenly rebooted itself for no apparent reason.
I note a sticky saying not to post hijackthis logs here, and I assume that means until asked to?
Any advice will be greatly appreciated, thanks.