CLEANUP.EXE

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Bitbuy, Jul 18, 2004.

  1. Bitbuy

    Bitbuy Guest

    I have a recurring problem.
    This file:

    Product name Macrovision Europe Ltd. Cleanup.exe
    File name C:\Documents and Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local
    Settings\Temp\~e5d141.tmp
    Policy Manually configured
    Last policy update Not applicable
    Version 1, 0, 0, 1
    Created date 16/07/2004 13:02:56
    File size 58 KB

    slips past zonealarm. How and Why?
    The file cleanup.exe existed in a deep subdirectory of the Soundmax audio
    driver for the IBM PC. I had deleted it, yet it continually respawns as
    ~e5d141.tmp. I have also deleted all files from C:\Documents and
    Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local Settings\Temp\ *.* when I have booted from a CD.
    ~e5d141.tmp comes back and slips past zonealarm. Then I get disconnected.
    Then the phone rings and strange tones not modem handshakes or the like but
    various beeps are heard when I answer.
    No reference to this file exists in the registry.
    Also in this zonealarm log file
    FWIN,2004/07/16,19:53:32 +10:00
    GMT,219.150.118.21:19211,203.164.107.65:1026,UDP
    FWIN,2004/07/16,19:57:30 +10:00
    GMT,67.165.193.57:3463,203.164.107.65:6346,TCP (flags:S)
    I believe are the culprits.
    I notified the offending networks. It keeps happening.
    Has anyone else had this problem? How can I kill this cleanup.exe alias
    ~e5d141.tmp file once and for all? Who created it? What does it do? Are
    these problems linked? The soundcard driver update I performed the day after
    booting my new PC was from
    http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docvie...g1MIGR-51307&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&cc=us&lang=en
    there is an updated driver I dare not try.
    Who can explain and resolve this?
    Best of Luck.

    Thanks and regards.
     
    Bitbuy, Jul 18, 2004
    #1
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  2. Bitbuy

    Bitbuy Guest

    I have latest Norton AV 2004 virus defs, Latest Adaware reference files as
    well as spyware blaster and spybot.
    They do not detect it.
    Cheers.

    "Bitbuy" <> wrote in message
    news:40fa5074$0$18195$...
    > I have a recurring problem.
    > This file:
    >
    > Product name Macrovision Europe Ltd. Cleanup.exe
    > File name C:\Documents and Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local
    > Settings\Temp\~e5d141.tmp
    > Policy Manually configured
    > Last policy update Not applicable
    > Version 1, 0, 0, 1
    > Created date 16/07/2004 13:02:56
    > File size 58 KB
    >
    > slips past zonealarm. How and Why?
    > The file cleanup.exe existed in a deep subdirectory of the Soundmax audio
    > driver for the IBM PC. I had deleted it, yet it continually respawns as
    > ~e5d141.tmp. I have also deleted all files from C:\Documents and
    > Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local Settings\Temp\ *.* when I have booted from a

    CD.
    > ~e5d141.tmp comes back and slips past zonealarm. Then I get disconnected.
    > Then the phone rings and strange tones not modem handshakes or the like

    but
    > various beeps are heard when I answer.
    > No reference to this file exists in the registry.
    > Also in this zonealarm log file
    > FWIN,2004/07/16,19:53:32 +10:00
    > GMT,219.150.118.21:19211,203.164.107.65:1026,UDP
    > FWIN,2004/07/16,19:57:30 +10:00
    > GMT,67.165.193.57:3463,203.164.107.65:6346,TCP (flags:S)
    > I believe are the culprits.
    > I notified the offending networks. It keeps happening.
    > Has anyone else had this problem? How can I kill this cleanup.exe alias
    > ~e5d141.tmp file once and for all? Who created it? What does it do? Are
    > these problems linked? The soundcard driver update I performed the day

    after
    > booting my new PC was from
    >

    http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docvie...g1MIGR-51307&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&cc=us&lang=en
    > there is an updated driver I dare not try.
    > Who can explain and resolve this?
    > Best of Luck.
    >
    > Thanks and regards.
    >
    >
     
    Bitbuy, Jul 18, 2004
    #2
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  3. Bitbuy

    Emrys Davies Guest

    http://www.freebies4ya.com/members/cleanup.asp

    Regards,
    Emrys Davies.



    "Bitbuy" <> wrote in message
    news:40fa52df$0$18190$...
    > I have latest Norton AV 2004 virus defs, Latest Adaware reference

    files as
    > well as spyware blaster and spybot.
    > They do not detect it.
    > Cheers.
    >
    > "Bitbuy" <> wrote in message
    > news:40fa5074$0$18195$...
    > > I have a recurring problem.
    > > This file:
    > >
    > > Product name Macrovision Europe Ltd. Cleanup.exe
    > > File name C:\Documents and Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local
    > > Settings\Temp\~e5d141.tmp
    > > Policy Manually configured
    > > Last policy update Not applicable
    > > Version 1, 0, 0, 1
    > > Created date 16/07/2004 13:02:56
    > > File size 58 KB
    > >
    > > slips past zonealarm. How and Why?
    > > The file cleanup.exe existed in a deep subdirectory of the Soundmax

    audio
    > > driver for the IBM PC. I had deleted it, yet it continually respawns

    as
    > > ~e5d141.tmp. I have also deleted all files from C:\Documents and
    > > Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local Settings\Temp\ *.* when I have booted

    from a
    > CD.
    > > ~e5d141.tmp comes back and slips past zonealarm. Then I get

    disconnected.
    > > Then the phone rings and strange tones not modem handshakes or the

    like
    > but
    > > various beeps are heard when I answer.
    > > No reference to this file exists in the registry.
    > > Also in this zonealarm log file
    > > FWIN,2004/07/16,19:53:32 +10:00
    > > GMT,219.150.118.21:19211,203.164.107.65:1026,UDP
    > > FWIN,2004/07/16,19:57:30 +10:00
    > > GMT,67.165.193.57:3463,203.164.107.65:6346,TCP (flags:S)
    > > I believe are the culprits.
    > > I notified the offending networks. It keeps happening.
    > > Has anyone else had this problem? How can I kill this cleanup.exe

    alias
    > > ~e5d141.tmp file once and for all? Who created it? What does it do?

    Are
    > > these problems linked? The soundcard driver update I performed the

    day
    > after
    > > booting my new PC was from
    > >

    >

    http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docvie...g1MIGR-51307&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&cc=us&lang=en
    > > there is an updated driver I dare not try.
    > > Who can explain and resolve this?
    > > Best of Luck.
    > >
    > > Thanks and regards.
    > >
    > >

    >
    >
     
    Emrys Davies, Jul 18, 2004
    #3
  4. Bitbuy

    Bitbuy Guest

    Thanks but thats not it.

    "Emrys Davies" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >
    > http://www.freebies4ya.com/members/cleanup.asp
    >
    > Regards,
    > Emrys Davies.
    >
    >
    >
    > "Bitbuy" <> wrote in message
    > news:40fa52df$0$18190$...
    > > I have latest Norton AV 2004 virus defs, Latest Adaware reference

    > files as
    > > well as spyware blaster and spybot.
    > > They do not detect it.
    > > Cheers.
    > >
    > > "Bitbuy" <> wrote in message
    > > news:40fa5074$0$18195$...
    > > > I have a recurring problem.
    > > > This file:
    > > >
    > > > Product name Macrovision Europe Ltd. Cleanup.exe
    > > > File name C:\Documents and Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local
    > > > Settings\Temp\~e5d141.tmp
    > > > Policy Manually configured
    > > > Last policy update Not applicable
    > > > Version 1, 0, 0, 1
    > > > Created date 16/07/2004 13:02:56
    > > > File size 58 KB
    > > >
    > > > slips past zonealarm. How and Why?
    > > > The file cleanup.exe existed in a deep subdirectory of the Soundmax

    > audio
    > > > driver for the IBM PC. I had deleted it, yet it continually respawns

    > as
    > > > ~e5d141.tmp. I have also deleted all files from C:\Documents and
    > > > Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local Settings\Temp\ *.* when I have booted

    > from a
    > > CD.
    > > > ~e5d141.tmp comes back and slips past zonealarm. Then I get

    > disconnected.
    > > > Then the phone rings and strange tones not modem handshakes or the

    > like
    > > but
    > > > various beeps are heard when I answer.
    > > > No reference to this file exists in the registry.
    > > > Also in this zonealarm log file
    > > > FWIN,2004/07/16,19:53:32 +10:00
    > > > GMT,219.150.118.21:19211,203.164.107.65:1026,UDP
    > > > FWIN,2004/07/16,19:57:30 +10:00
    > > > GMT,67.165.193.57:3463,203.164.107.65:6346,TCP (flags:S)
    > > > I believe are the culprits.
    > > > I notified the offending networks. It keeps happening.
    > > > Has anyone else had this problem? How can I kill this cleanup.exe

    > alias
    > > > ~e5d141.tmp file once and for all? Who created it? What does it do?

    > Are
    > > > these problems linked? The soundcard driver update I performed the

    > day
    > > after
    > > > booting my new PC was from
    > > >

    > >

    >

    http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docvie...g1MIGR-51307&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&cc=us&lang=en
    > > > there is an updated driver I dare not try.
    > > > Who can explain and resolve this?
    > > > Best of Luck.
    > > >
    > > > Thanks and regards.
    > > >
    > > >

    > >
    > >

    >
    >
     
    Bitbuy, Jul 18, 2004
    #4
  5. Bitbuy

    Linda Guest

    Bitbuy wrote:
    > I have a recurring problem.
    > This file:
    >
    > Product name Macrovision Europe Ltd. Cleanup.exe
    > File name C:\Documents and Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local
    > Settings\Temp\~e5d141.tmp
    > Policy Manually configured
    > Last policy update Not applicable
    > Version 1, 0, 0, 1
    > Created date 16/07/2004 13:02:56
    > File size 58 KB
    >
    > slips past zonealarm. How and Why?
    > The file cleanup.exe existed in a deep subdirectory of the Soundmax audio
    > driver for the IBM PC. I had deleted it, yet it continually respawns as
    > ~e5d141.tmp. I have also deleted all files from C:\Documents and
    > Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local Settings\Temp\ *.* when I have booted from a CD.
    > ~e5d141.tmp comes back and slips past zonealarm. Then I get disconnected.
    > Then the phone rings and strange tones not modem handshakes or the like but
    > various beeps are heard when I answer.
    > No reference to this file exists in the registry.
    > Also in this zonealarm log file
    > FWIN,2004/07/16,19:53:32 +10:00
    > GMT,219.150.118.21:19211,203.164.107.65:1026,UDP
    > FWIN,2004/07/16,19:57:30 +10:00
    > GMT,67.165.193.57:3463,203.164.107.65:6346,TCP (flags:S)
    > I believe are the culprits.
    > I notified the offending networks. It keeps happening.
    > Has anyone else had this problem? How can I kill this cleanup.exe alias
    > ~e5d141.tmp file once and for all? Who created it? What does it do? Are
    > these problems linked? The soundcard driver update I performed the day after
    > booting my new PC was from
    > http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docvie...g1MIGR-51307&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&cc=us&lang=en
    > there is an updated driver I dare not try.
    > Who can explain and resolve this?
    > Best of Luck.
    >
    > Thanks and regards.
    >
    >

    ask http://www.zonelabs.com/store/content/support/userForum/user
     
    Linda, Jul 18, 2004
    #5
  6. Bitbuy

    Bitbuy Guest

    Thanks. will try.
    "Linda" <> wrote in message
    news:90vKc.6425$...
    > Bitbuy wrote:
    > > I have a recurring problem.
    > > This file:
    > >
    > > Product name Macrovision Europe Ltd. Cleanup.exe
    > > File name C:\Documents and Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local
    > > Settings\Temp\~e5d141.tmp
    > > Policy Manually configured
    > > Last policy update Not applicable
    > > Version 1, 0, 0, 1
    > > Created date 16/07/2004 13:02:56
    > > File size 58 KB
    > >
    > > slips past zonealarm. How and Why?
    > > The file cleanup.exe existed in a deep subdirectory of the Soundmax

    audio
    > > driver for the IBM PC. I had deleted it, yet it continually respawns as
    > > ~e5d141.tmp. I have also deleted all files from C:\Documents and
    > > Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local Settings\Temp\ *.* when I have booted from a

    CD.
    > > ~e5d141.tmp comes back and slips past zonealarm. Then I get

    disconnected.
    > > Then the phone rings and strange tones not modem handshakes or the like

    but
    > > various beeps are heard when I answer.
    > > No reference to this file exists in the registry.
    > > Also in this zonealarm log file
    > > FWIN,2004/07/16,19:53:32 +10:00
    > > GMT,219.150.118.21:19211,203.164.107.65:1026,UDP
    > > FWIN,2004/07/16,19:57:30 +10:00
    > > GMT,67.165.193.57:3463,203.164.107.65:6346,TCP (flags:S)
    > > I believe are the culprits.
    > > I notified the offending networks. It keeps happening.
    > > Has anyone else had this problem? How can I kill this cleanup.exe alias
    > > ~e5d141.tmp file once and for all? Who created it? What does it do? Are
    > > these problems linked? The soundcard driver update I performed the day

    after
    > > booting my new PC was from
    > >

    http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docvie...g1MIGR-51307&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&cc=us&lang=en
    > > there is an updated driver I dare not try.
    > > Who can explain and resolve this?
    > > Best of Luck.
    > >
    > > Thanks and regards.
    > >
    > >

    > ask http://www.zonelabs.com/store/content/support/userForum/user
     
    Bitbuy, Jul 18, 2004
    #6
  7. Bitbuy

    JoeA Guest

    Bitbuy wrote:

    > Thanks. will try.
    > "Linda" <> wrote in message
    > news:90vKc.6425$...
    >
    >>Bitbuy wrote:
    >>
    >>>I have a recurring problem.
    >>>This file:
    >>>
    >>>Product name Macrovision Europe Ltd. Cleanup.exe
    >>>File name C:\Documents and Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local
    >>>Settings\Temp\~e5d141.tmp
    >>>Policy Manually configured
    >>>Last policy update Not applicable
    >>>Version 1, 0, 0, 1
    >>>Created date 16/07/2004 13:02:56
    >>>File size 58 KB
    >>>
    >>>slips past zonealarm. How and Why?
    >>>The file cleanup.exe existed in a deep subdirectory of the Soundmax

    >
    > audio
    >
    >>>driver for the IBM PC. I had deleted it, yet it continually respawns as
    >>>~e5d141.tmp. I have also deleted all files from C:\Documents and
    >>>Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local Settings\Temp\ *.* when I have booted from a

    >
    > CD.
    >
    >>>~e5d141.tmp comes back and slips past zonealarm. Then I get

    >
    > disconnected.
    >
    >>>Then the phone rings and strange tones not modem handshakes or the like

    >
    > but
    >
    >>>various beeps are heard when I answer.
    >>>No reference to this file exists in the registry.
    >>>Also in this zonealarm log file
    >>>FWIN,2004/07/16,19:53:32 +10:00
    >>>GMT,219.150.118.21:19211,203.164.107.65:1026,UDP
    >>>FWIN,2004/07/16,19:57:30 +10:00
    >>>GMT,67.165.193.57:3463,203.164.107.65:6346,TCP (flags:S)
    >>>I believe are the culprits.
    >>>I notified the offending networks. It keeps happening.
    >>>Has anyone else had this problem? How can I kill this cleanup.exe alias
    >>>~e5d141.tmp file once and for all? Who created it? What does it do? Are
    >>>these problems linked? The soundcard driver update I performed the day

    >
    > after
    >
    >>>booting my new PC was from
    >>>

    >
    > http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docvie...g1MIGR-51307&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&cc=us&lang=en
    >
    >>>there is an updated driver I dare not try.
    >>>Who can explain and resolve this?
    >>>Best of Luck.
    >>>
    >>>Thanks and regards.
    >>>
    >>>

    >>
    >>ask http://www.zonelabs.com/store/content/support/userForum/user

    >
    >
    >

    Try this...make an empty text file with notepad...rename it to
    cleanup.exe and put it back in the same spot the old cleanup.exe was in.
    Do the same thing with e5d141.tmp. The sound card driver is looking for
    these filenames and if it can't find them it tries to recreate them.
    If it sees the filenames where they are supposed to be, even though they
    are empty, it will(might) work. I had a similar problem with an old
    Ensonic (spelling error) sound card.
     
    JoeA, Jul 19, 2004
    #7
  8. Bitbuy

    Bitbuy Guest

    Good idea.
    Done. Just monitoring the result.
    Any idea why zonealarm missed this file.
    "JoeA" <> wrote in message
    news:jEWKc.118500$MB3.46071@attbi_s04...
    > Bitbuy wrote:
    >
    > > Thanks. will try.
    > > "Linda" <> wrote in message
    > > news:90vKc.6425$...
    > >
    > >>Bitbuy wrote:
    > >>
    > >>>I have a recurring problem.
    > >>>This file:
    > >>>
    > >>>Product name Macrovision Europe Ltd. Cleanup.exe
    > >>>File name C:\Documents and Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local
    > >>>Settings\Temp\~e5d141.tmp
    > >>>Policy Manually configured
    > >>>Last policy update Not applicable
    > >>>Version 1, 0, 0, 1
    > >>>Created date 16/07/2004 13:02:56
    > >>>File size 58 KB
    > >>>
    > >>>slips past zonealarm. How and Why?
    > >>>The file cleanup.exe existed in a deep subdirectory of the Soundmax

    > >
    > > audio
    > >
    > >>>driver for the IBM PC. I had deleted it, yet it continually respawns as
    > >>>~e5d141.tmp. I have also deleted all files from C:\Documents and
    > >>>Settings\MYUSERNAME\Local Settings\Temp\ *.* when I have booted from a

    > >
    > > CD.
    > >
    > >>>~e5d141.tmp comes back and slips past zonealarm. Then I get

    > >
    > > disconnected.
    > >
    > >>>Then the phone rings and strange tones not modem handshakes or the like

    > >
    > > but
    > >
    > >>>various beeps are heard when I answer.
    > >>>No reference to this file exists in the registry.
    > >>>Also in this zonealarm log file
    > >>>FWIN,2004/07/16,19:53:32 +10:00
    > >>>GMT,219.150.118.21:19211,203.164.107.65:1026,UDP
    > >>>FWIN,2004/07/16,19:57:30 +10:00
    > >>>GMT,67.165.193.57:3463,203.164.107.65:6346,TCP (flags:S)
    > >>>I believe are the culprits.
    > >>>I notified the offending networks. It keeps happening.
    > >>>Has anyone else had this problem? How can I kill this cleanup.exe alias
    > >>>~e5d141.tmp file once and for all? Who created it? What does it do? Are
    > >>>these problems linked? The soundcard driver update I performed the day


    > >
    > > after
    > >
    > >>>booting my new PC was from
    > >>>

    > >
    > >

    http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docvie...g1MIGR-51307&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&cc=us&lang=en
    > >
    > >>>there is an updated driver I dare not try.
    > >>>Who can explain and resolve this?
    > >>>Best of Luck.
    > >>>
    > >>>Thanks and regards.
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >>
    > >>ask http://www.zonelabs.com/store/content/support/userForum/user

    > >
    > >
    > >

    > Try this...make an empty text file with notepad...rename it to
    > cleanup.exe and put it back in the same spot the old cleanup.exe was in.
    > Do the same thing with e5d141.tmp. The sound card driver is looking for
    > these filenames and if it can't find them it tries to recreate them.
    > If it sees the filenames where they are supposed to be, even though they
    > are empty, it will(might) work. I had a similar problem with an old
    > Ensonic (spelling error) sound card.
     
    Bitbuy, Jul 20, 2004
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