Red cautioned alert message!

Amd / AMD
June 23, 2012 at 00:54:30
Specs: Windows XP service pk3, AMD ATHLONXP1800
Hi dear expert,
After having downloaded some you tube video by realpalyer software, a red cautioned sign pops up by saying that,
Recording Manager.exe Application Error
The instruction at “0* 61b8366b”
Referenced memory at “0*602ee3bc”
The memory could not be “read”
Click ok to terminate the program.
OK
I am just wondering about that is this any hiding virus or malicious something?
I will be waiting for your reply!

hi folks what is new!


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#1
June 24, 2012 at 14:43:03
That pop-up does not indicate a virus or anything malicious. It's often seen with various applications. I've had it myself and in my case it was caused by some free software being "buggy" so I uninstalled it.

In your case, if you can't manage without RealPlayer, try uninstalling it, then re-install.

However, these days it's perfectly possible to use your PC and the internet to it's fullest extent without having RealPlayer installed as there is much less RealPlayer content on the web now. I don't even have QuickTime installed for the same reason.

You can download YouTube content with Firefox using a Firefox add-on, and FLV players are freely available for playing them once they've been downloaded.

I haven't had RealPlayer or QuickTime installed for over ten years now, even though I'm constantly playing web-based multimedia content.


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#2
July 4, 2012 at 23:09:14
You shouldnt download stuff from anywhere. Mostly anything can cause a virus. i thought playing single player games wont cause virus but it did. Im strugling with a virus right now. Virus are hackers. So dont download anything thats conspicious. Be very careful. I get red caution from Norton not sure to trust it because i dont trust anything now

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#3
July 5, 2012 at 21:02:20
Thanks for reply but how about the UBUNTU OS! Somebody recommend me that it is one of the best OS in the world that does not have virus situation! Is it true???

hi folks what is new!


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#4
July 6, 2012 at 07:41:53
'Thanks for reply but how about the UBUNTU OS!'
Hackers don't spend time on Minority OS's....but if more people start using it...they will riddle it with viruses like everything else.

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