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This has been popping up of late when I boot up my computer. Thoughts on how to fix this?

C:\Users\Trevor~1appdata\local\temp\130338\log.iniis.lost

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This has been popping up of late when I boot up my computer. Thoughts on how to fix this?

C:\Users\Trevor~1appdata\local\temp\130338\log.iniis.lost

Thanks

if your on windows 7 click your start button then in the search box type cmd this will open command prompt or in the old days was called dos,
anyway then type sfc/scannow it will check all your windows files and registry for errors, if it finds any it will repair them, in some cases it will ask for the disk to make the repair but in all my years fixing computers I have never had it ask for the disk.
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CMD prompt responds I must be the administrator running a console session in order to run the sfc utility.
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Control panel/ Administrative tools/ Computer management /Task scheduler /Task scheduler library...

Delete the Asus file there.

All done.



Mine has been already deleted and I have to do it every time I redo windows.
    
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