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    Windows 7 start up shows “TSAssist.exe Abnomal Program Termination” message

    My laptop is currently running on Windows 7. Whenever I boot up the system, I used to get a pop up saying “TSAssist.exe Abnomal Program Termination”. Also, I can sense some programs running in background. But, the pictures are not shown on the system. What steps should I take to avoid this error message?



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    made4u Array
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    Re: Windows 7 start up shows “TSAssist.exe Abnomal Program Termination” message

    hi,

    first of all this Assist file .It can be found in the location of %programfiles%\telstra\bigpond assist.

    and this is virus attach and it will damage ur any of system program so it will shows u a error whenevr u start ur computer.

    u can fix it by:
    1.
    Download the assist.exe error Repair Tool.
    2. Click "Save File" and follow the on-screen instructions to install the program.
    3.
    Click "Scan Now" to scan over your computer.
    4.
    Click the "Repair All" button to fix exe error and speed up computer.

    now u have done and all d best.

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    pushp Array
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    Re: Windows 7 start up shows “TSAssist.exe Abnomal Program Termination” message

    Hello guest !!!

    it seems to be weird that you get the error message while booting up your system.
    and this is more weird that even though your system boots after getting the error.
    so, let me tell you that some of the booting file in your system is corrupt.
    this is the reason that you get the error message during booting but your booting is not terminated.
    so what you need is to check your system for error.
    for this do follow the steps given below :-

    1. go to my computer
    2. select C:\\ drive
    3. go to properties.
    4. go to tool tab
    5. there you will find an option called >> check system for error
    6. select both the box.
    7. now you will be prompted to reboot your system.
    after rebooting your system will get started repairing automatically.
    it will take half an hour to perform the operation.
    and then your all the system problem will be finished.

    hope i am clear to you.
    thanks for posting in EALP.

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