General discussion

Locked

Invalid Page Fault With 3 Files

By grannip ·
I bought a computer from the local college so all the programs were already installed. I removed the Netware Program. The next time I booted up the PC I recieved (at different times) 3 invalid page fault messages, Rundll32 - Hpjsira - Wucrtupd. I haven't a clue what the last 2 of these files are. I think the 1st file is dynamic link library????? How do I go about fixing the 3?
Thanks,
Grannip

This conversation is currently closed to new comments.

9 total posts (Page 1 of 1)  
| Thread display: Collapse - | Expand +

All Comments

Collapse -

by Black Panther In reply to Invalid Page Fault With 3 ...

These files could contain viruses! Have you ran Virus Checkers and Spyware programs.

A "General" guide follows for a start then you may have to look at more detailed removal methods.

How to clean an infected Computer
How To Clean An Infected Computer by Randy D. Stafford November 26, 2004

Cleaning an infected computer today has become harder than ever. To effectively clean your system you must first learn a little about what you are trying to get rid of and what tools you need to get the job done. I'm going to try to give you some of the background, followed by the basics of getting rid of these pests.

Today there are a variety of things that can infect your computer such as viruses, worms, trojans and spyware. I refer to all of them as parasites since that word seems to best describe them. I find it best to use a multi-pronged approach to fighting parasites, so I use several software programs to find and get rid of them.

Hopefully, by giving you a little of the background, you will be able to learn what tools to use and when to use them so that you may clean your computer of these parasites. Viruses were the first computer bugs, and anti-virus (AV) software was made specifically to detect and get rid of these. Worms are a little different than viruses, which is one reason why AV software has a harder time catching them. Finally came trojan horses, usually just called trojans.

These are very different than both viruses and worms. They actually take advantage of the weaknesses that are inherent in AV software. For one, most trojans actually try to hide from being detected by AV software. They also work "smarter" by creating hidden copies of themselves so that when they do get detected and cleaned, they can re-infect the computer with the hidden copy right after the AV software cleans the original infection. Basically, trojans are AV software's worst nightmare simply because AV software wasn't designed to specifically go after this type of thre

Collapse -

by Black Panther In reply to

the rest is on this link:_


http://forum.grisoft.cz/freeforum/read.php?4,27725,backpage=

Collapse -

by grannip In reply to

The best, it helped me, Thank-you!

Collapse -

by aquaris In reply to Invalid Page Fault With 3 ...

Removing the Netware Progeam may have caused the problem....

Rundll32 is basically used to Load a requested DLL ..( any DLL ) that is being requested by the task at hand....and it forwarded to be processed...accordingly...

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;EN-US;q164787&

Or in simple terms..

rundll32.exe is a process which executes DLL's an places their libraries into the memory, so they can be used more efficiently by applications.This program is important for the stable and secure running of your computer and should not be terminated

source
http://www.liutilities.com/products/wintaskspro/processlibrary/rundll32/

Hpjsira is a Printer related specifically a shared Printer related....

see

http://www.tasklist.org/task_hpjsira_exe_1324.html


and Wucrtupd

WUCrtUpd.exe is a process checking for the latest updates for Windows. The process automatically connects to an online location on a predefined schedule. This process should not be removed if you want to get informed about new updates.

...so the bottom line.... you have either removed them improperly....or they have become corrupted...

Now I don't know about...about Others....But running SFC
( Start-->>run and type SFC might enable you to extract and re-install rundll32 if that is corrupted.....)..

as for the other two....though I have not tried or tested.... this Wintask Pro Utility....but they claim to be able to fix these errors.....


... Honestly.... I would recommend a second opinion from someone else also... before using
These utilites... like Wintaskpro...


hope fully it might help...

Collapse -

by aquaris In reply to

since these processess can be exploited...by clever programmers.... A virus scan...and Spyware scan like the one recommended by the other expert good....

Collapse -

by grannip In reply to

The best,it helped me, Thank-you!

Collapse -

by Blackcurrant In reply to Invalid Page Fault With 3 ...

Hi

First of all you need to click Start>Run and type

msconfig

in the dialog box, then click OK. This will open the Microsoft configuration utility. Click the tab labelled Startup. You should now see a list of all the programs that startup when you switch your computer on. You need to deselect the programs that you no longer require or that you removed. Click OK and reboot.

Next, click Start>Programs>Startup and examine the entries. Right-click on any that refer to programs you have removed and delete them.

Next, run a registry checker which will check that all links to programs are correct.

Finally, as described above you should again use the Run dialog to launch SFC - the System File Checker. This will make sure that your core system files are not corrupt and that you are using the latest version of each.

If you are connected to the Internet or share files via removable media with other computer users then you should have anti-virus as standard.

Let us know how you get on.

Good luck

Collapse -

by grannip In reply to

The best, it helped me, Thank-you!

Collapse -

by grannip In reply to Invalid Page Fault With 3 ...

This question was closed by the author

Back to Windows Forum
9 total posts (Page 1 of 1)  

Related Discussions

Related Forums