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Alright, well my dad has been in computer business for over 25 years, and usually he can fix anything that goes wrong with my pc but he said he's never seen anything like this before. Could someone tell me what the f*** this is, and how to fix it.



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open up command prompt and type "sfc /scannow" and see if that fixes it what is is suppose to be is "Default Programs" not 'Default Programs command object for Start menu'

also try running combofix and tdsskiller
Edited by ozlay - 5/26/13 at 10:16pm
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open up command prompt and type "sfc /scannow" and see if that fixes it what is is suppose to be is "Default Programs" not 'Default Programs command object for Start menu'

also try running combofix and tdsskiller

I tried running it and it said no issues found
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Alright, well my dad has been in computer business for over 25 years, and usually he can fix anything that goes wrong with my pc but he said he's never seen anything like this before. Could someone tell me what the f*** this is, and how to fix it.



Thanks biggrin.gif


I was able to find what regkey it's reading out.





Just change that and reboot.

EDIT:

A word of caution there's a legitimate reg string that is called just that (see image below) so be careful NOT to change that one!


Edited by Yoyo1555 - 5/27/13 at 9:14am
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well you could just remove it from your start menu it is pretty useless for most users anyways and you probably will never use rolleyes.gif but it sounds to me like you have a corrupt sud.dll file or a virus that caused the issue in the first place
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Of course but what's the fun in that biggrin.gif .

By the way if you're going to "remove" Do NOT do it by deleting the reg entry!
The start menu has an option to hide it.
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