SPTD error in Event Viewer

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SPTD error in Event Viewer

Postby Q2FybG9z » Wed, 19 Jul 2006 10:17:01 GMT

I get this SPTD internal structure data error (event 4) on the event viewer 
(system subsection) every time I reboot my PC.
Any way to remove it?
Carlos

Re: SPTD error in Event Viewer

Postby Tony Sperling » Wed, 19 Jul 2006 10:22:36 GMT

Don't think I have ever encountered that one. Here's a link that might
provide a pointer:

         http://www.**--****.com/ 

it mentions an error in sptd.sys that is triggered by 'daemon tools' - rings
a bell?


Tony. . .






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Re: SPTD error in Event Viewer

Postby Colin Barnhorst » Wed, 19 Jul 2006 10:23:16 GMT

Removing the PC is not advisable.

See (among many other links found by Google)
 http://www.**--****.com/ 
Apparently you have Daemon Tools installed.








Re: SPTD error in Event Viewer

Postby Jane C » Wed, 19 Jul 2006 11:48:39 GMT

I have the latest Daemon Tools installed - no errors at all showing in Event 
Viewer.



-- 
Jane, not plain ;)  64bit enabled  ;)
Batteries not included.  Braincell on vacation.











Re: SPTD error in Event Viewer

Postby Q2FybG9z » Wed, 19 Jul 2006 20:46:01 GMT

Tony:
Will check that site tonite.
I don't have (and didn't have) Daemon Tools installed in my machine.
Carlos








Re: SPTD error in Event Viewer

Postby Q2FybG9z » Wed, 19 Jul 2006 20:47:02 GMT

Colin:
I will follow your advice and not remove my PC :-)
The thing here is that I don't have (and didn't have) Daemon Tools installed 
in my machine.
Funny, uh?
Carlos








Re: SPTD error in Event Viewer

Postby Q2FybG9z » Wed, 19 Jul 2006 20:47:02 GMT

Jane:
There ain't no Daemon Tools in my machine.
Will keep investigating.
Carlos











Re: SPTD error in Event Viewer

Postby Charlie Russel - MVP » Thu, 20 Jul 2006 02:17:58 GMT

{*filter*} 120 or some such? SPTD is not a standard part of the install, but an 
add-on that several DVD programs use.

-- 
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 http://www.**--****.com/ 











Re: SPTD error in Event Viewer

Postby Q2FybG9z » Thu, 20 Jul 2006 03:36:02 GMT

I guess I'll have to figure out what or who installed SPTD on my PC because 
{*filter*} 120% is not there.
By what I mean: program
By who I mean: my kid or any of his friends while I am absent.
I might just well try to install the SPTDinst X64 from Daemon Tools 
( http://www.**--****.com/ ) and 
see if that fixes it.
Carlos









Re: SPTD error in Event Viewer

Postby Charlie Russel » Thu, 20 Jul 2006 08:49:32 GMT

Yes, I'd do that. If you actually see it in Add/Remove, I'd first remove the 
old one, though, just in case.

Charlie.












Re: SPTD error in Event Viewer

Postby Q2FybG9z » Thu, 20 Jul 2006 11:14:01 GMT

Charlie:
It doesn't show up in Add/Remove Programs in Control Panel.
"Add" and "Remove" are just command-line options (no "/", no "-" needed) for 
the exe program.
I tried the "remove" option which in fact did remove the program but also 
brought again the sptd error (different error #) in event viewer on the next 
reboot.
So I decided to "add" it again and live happily ever after (at least until 
the next fresh install).
Carlos














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