JSI Tip 4059. Windows 2000 issues a CTSvcCDA.exe error every time you start?

If you upgraded your computer from W9x, you receive the following message every time you start your computer:

CTSvcCDA.exe Instruction at "0x77f91b79" referenced memory @ "0x00000000". The memory could not be "read".

There appears to be no ill effects from this error?

The CTSvcCDA.exe program was used by W9x to load the Creative Services for CD-ROM Access service. It is NOT used in Windows 2000.

To prevent the error:

1. Right-click My Computer and press Manage.

2. Double-click Services and Applications.

3. Double-click Services.

4. Right-click Creative Services for CD-ROM Access and press Properties.

5. Set the Startup type to Disabled.

6. Press OK.



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