Recently My PC have these Error pop-ups( pic below) in every 20 seconds, am not IT person and dont know how to solve. any suggestions please welcome.
From what I have been able to read, the .exe file in question is a legitimate Windows file; however, some malware will camouflage itself as that file. Your PC could be infected, so try running a full virus/spyware scan.
Alternatively, if you are running Windows Vista it could be one of the many problems that has blown vista away, and made Microsoft think of bringing out a better OS.
Try a system restore to before the time the problems started.
If that doesn't work, try updating all your drivers.
Clearly two things on your comp are not getting along very well, so if the above doesn't help (and I hope you have taken Website Examiner's advice to check for a virus), start not allowing certain things to load at startup and see if you can narrow down the programs running to when the error messages start. This should give you an idea of what is not compatible with what.
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