When I boot-up my laptop, a dialog box appears with an error?
When I boot-up my laptop, a dialog box appears with a statement that “adsldp51.exe failed to find associated files and therefore must close.” It stops the boot-up process, until I select either “report” or “don’t report” to Microsoft. Either selection allows me to complete the boot-up but, next boot-up it does it all over again. This adds to the boot-up time and requires me to supervise it each boot-up. I’ve inquired at Microsoft, who has no suggestions for the novice and searched the internet, which gives me a list of companies that are trying to sell “registry cleaners.
i would boot into safemode find the file using search and rename it change the extention to anything like .rtt then reboot and see what happens … if theres still a problem use hijack-this to nuke it …
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