Can we assume you've tried Startup Cop or Startup Control Panel (www.mlin.net) and removed any reference to this file? At 05:13 AM 8/5/2002, you wrote: >Windows 98 is my operating system. ><Does your computer allow you to actually start up ?(does the error appear >and tell you to press any key to continue etc)> > Yes. > ><Did you uninstall anything shortly before the error started ? (its >possible the filename is associated with the program removed)> > >"I was having some problems and did a restore. I know I removed a couple of >things after that. One of which was Carbon Copy 32 and maybe Backweb." I >have checked the boards on Compaq support and tried 2 solutions posted. One >of which was Clear Hx, Temp Files, Then Sys Conf Utility - removed Process >Autoexe.bat and config .sys Then Startup and removed duplicates. Here is a >link from the Compaq site which has answered the question but the fix didn't >work. >http://communities.compaq.com/servlet/ProcessRequest?RHIVEID=121&RNAME=searc >hAllWithKeyword&HKEYWORD=qrunq.pif&x=37&y=4 > ><Have you tried to run an updated antivirus program ? (the filename with odd >letters may be virus related)> >Yes. No virus found. I ran the latest version of eTrust from CAI. > > >Bruce Cook >mailto:bdcbbq1@xxxxxxxxx > > > >Bruce, >After checking the things Christy advised you to check, please post what >Operating System you are using if you have to post back about this. > >Spider >Largo, Florida 33771 >http://web.tampabay.rr.com/spider1 > > > >When I restart my computer I get an error message saying "Cannot find >the file qrunq.pif" Check the file name and extensions..... - Users can unsubscribe from this list by sending email to 24hoursupport-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface at http://web.tampabay.rr.com/spider1/24hrsupport.htm.