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WD error code: 0x800106ba

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Old 03-21-2008
mukhtar
 

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WD error code: 0x800106ba
eversince i installed avg 8.0 and then removed it, i'm getting this message
everytime at startup.

security center says 'defender is actively proctecting your computer'

have tried all the steps previously listed to remove & reinstall defender,
but the pop-up continues.

any suggestions?

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Old 03-22-2008
mukhtar
 

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RE: WD error code: 0x800106ba
replying to my own self here!
'cause i've solved my own problem!!

Error: 0x800106ba: WD failed to intialize
for 32-bit Vista:

go to "start>control panel>administrative tools>services" scroll down and
locate WD, click once on it and then click start on the left pane, kinda
looks like a 'hyperlinked' start underlined and in blue.
then find and this time double-click (that's if the start command didn't
already open it up) on WD in the listings and VOILA~~ you've opened WD (i
wasn't able to even do this as this error code kept popping up)
when the "windows defender properties (local computer)" comes up, check the
"service status" area in the lower section of the window. if WD is running,
you'll have the "stop" button illuminated and ready to use. on the other
hand, if WD is not running you should see the "start" button is highlighted
and clickable.

after this, i recommend that you restart.
after restart, you'll likely get the "windows blocked some startup programs"
message. right-click on the 'startup programs' icon on the bottom-left corner
of the taskbar, then click 'open with system utilities' (i don't remember the
exact words, but look for system utilities), and then that should give you a
"system configuration" dialog-box telling you that 'you have made changes to
the way windows starts'. check the box reading : "don't show this message or
start system config. when windows starts".

and that should be the end of your problems hopefully!!

"mukhtar" wrote:

> eversince i installed avg 8.0 and then removed it, i'm getting this message
> everytime at startup.
>
> security center says 'defender is actively proctecting your computer'
>
> have tried all the steps previously listed to remove & reinstall defender,
> but the pop-up continues.
>
> any suggestions?
>

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Old 05-16-2008
brummyfan
 

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Re: WD error code: 0x800106ba

Hi mukhtar
Thank you for this post, it solved my problem.


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Old 06-09-2009
Craigyyuna
 

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Re: WD error code: 0x800106ba

Very simple solution:

"Run"
"Services.msc"
Scroll down to "Windows Defender"
Right click it and select "Properties"
In the first tab, change its Start-up Type to "Automatic"

You're all done =D


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Old 06-10-2009
MowGreen
 

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Re: WD error code: 0x800106ba
Craigyyuna wrote:

> Very simple solution:
>
> "Run"
> "Services.msc"
> Scroll down to "Windows Defender"
> Right click it and select "Properties"
> In the first tab, change its Start-up Type to "Automatic"
>
> You're all done =D
>
>


You're done IF malware isn't the cause of WD being disabled.
You're just beginning if it is ... whomever you're referring to.


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Old 08-01-2009
frankellim
 

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Re: WD error code: 0x800106ba
Thank you Craigyyuna,
Have being trying to solve this with various suggested methods for some
time, at last the error message is gone at start up after following your
instruction.
Great simple solution!

Frankel Lim
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"Craigyyuna" wrote:

>
> Very simple solution:
>
> "Run"
> "Services.msc"
> Scroll down to "Windows Defender"
> Right click it and select "Properties"
> In the first tab, change its Start-up Type to "Automatic"
>
> You're all done =D
>
>
> --
> Craigyyuna
>

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