COMODOCan you explain, is this a Windows error or it is related to a software installation?
I would run the repair feature (see help file) in Comodo before doing the steps below:You are correct, I think it might be coming from Comodo, but I did not uninstall it at all. I just randomly started getting this error message a month ago. I have a feeling its a small malware, because I think its because of this small error message, where I got a big message on my pc yesterday saying "out of memory", which made my PC freeze, which I never got before. I scanned pc using comodo and malwarebytes yesterday, and I was able to find and remove 1 virus type file. Please advice me further, as I am not sure how to remove this error message
Yeah @rockstarrocks, it probably isn't windows corruption but it is a good thing to rule outI don't think it's related to windows corruption, but running "sfc /scannow" won't do any harm. So go ahead.
Most likely its comodo related so go with lockdown's advice.
No these commands will not harm your PC. They are used to identify corrupt system files which could be causing the issue.Hi RECdevicehelper,
If I open up CMD as Administrator, then type the following command and press enter:
And type the below command and press enter:
findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log >"%userprofile%\Desktop\sfcdetails.txt"
Will any of the above suggestions you told me to do harm my PC in anyways?, where I would have to re-install Windows 7 again?, since I am curious to why you told me to backup my DATA?