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Why do I get a WJView Error on Startup?

Why do I get a WJView Error on Startup?


According to this article on the Microsoft MVPS site, “WJView Error on Startup” it’s likely a symptom of spyware. You can follow the instructions there to correct, or you can grab a copy of a spyware removal tool such as Spybot or AdAware and they should clean it up as well.

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5 comments on “Why do I get a WJView Error on Startup?”

  1. I turned off jwview using msconfig and deleted it, but it reappeared almost instantly, is there a way I can get rid of it permanently without having to buy software?


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