Windows XP Tags: Computers Windows XP Last response: July 14, 2011 6:12 AM in Windows XP Share Fnarkie July 8, 2011 9:45:33 PM I have a pop up window" AVSDK5 Active Protection Singleton Service" every time I open my computer. How can I stop this? More about : windows mibix19 July 8, 2011 10:09:01 PM Hi. Go to start/run and type in the box msconfig. click the startup tab and uncheck the box for AVSDK and restart your computer. If it is not there type services.exe look for the entry in there and change the startup type to manual. m 0 l marbski July 14, 2011 6:12:10 AM before that error happened do you install a third party program? m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedSATA driver for Windows XP 64-Bit [AMD] Forum SolvedIs it possible to run Windows XP 32-bit and Windows 7 64-bit on the same computer? Forum Solvedproblems installing windows XP Forum SolvedDual booting windows 8 and XP Forum SolvedDoes any one know where to Find the Windows 7/8, XP and 95/98/ME source codes? Forum SolvedWindows XP installation problem. Please Help! Forum Solvedwindows vista or xp Forum SolvedI need a download Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 Forum SolvedWindows XP installation Forum SolvedWhat is the is the correct graphics card for windows xp Forum Solved(Please) Need urgent help for installing Windows XP on my dell laptop (Drivers Help) Forum SolvedI get the "Error 15: File not found" on dual boot (Windows XP vs xPud) Forum SolvedI had windows 7, but I used the factory reset and now the OS is Windows XP. Any way to restore back to Windows 7? Forum Solvedwindows easy transfer to transfer from windows xp pro 32 bit to windows 7/8 pro 64 bit? Forum Solvedhow do I get mac goflex 3tb to operate on my windows xp operating system Forum SolvedHelp with SD card on Windows XP Forum SolvedWindows XP for basic browsing Forum SolvedI have to uninstall Windows XP and getting the error message Forum SolvedWindows XP Pro 10Jun Update Forum Solveddoes windows vista run as well as windows xp Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !