Re: User Accont Control and unidentified program issue at boot up
Thanks Shawn, I will give it a try
> nvhokie;502739 Wrote:
> > I recently purchased a new acer computer with Vista Home Premium. When I
> > first boot up, I
> > get a User Account Control screen stating that an unidentifed program
> > is
> > > trying to gain access. The file name given is setpointupdate.exe. If
> > I
> > > select either cancel, allow or hit the top x button to turn off the
> > screen,
> > > the computer reboots, no matter which of the three options I choose.
> > After
> > > it reboots, the message screen does not display.
> > >
> > > How do I keep this from happenening every time I turn on my computer?
> > Any
> > > help is appreciated, I am very frustrated with this process!
> Hi Nvhokie,
> SetPoint is the driver software for a Logitech mouse or keyboard.
> SetPointUpdate is the update utility for this. You have to uninstall
> "SetPoint" in the Control Panel (Classic View) "Programs and Features"
> or reinstall the drivers to see if it will clear the message at startup.
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