The C++ error might be worth investigating further, because if it's a runtime library, other programs may depend on it.
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The JAWS thing, well, have you ever had a demo of JAWS installed on that system? That could account for the FS DLL hanging around, or possibly stuck in the Windows Registry. Either way, that one's most likely innocuous and otherwise harmless to remove.
On 1/16/2021 8:18 AM, Howard Traxler wrote:
After updating my Windows 10 to version 2004, build 19041.685,
Each time the system boots, there are (apparently) error messages on the screen. I find the messages only after NVDA has started speaking and I then must acknowledge them by pressing OK. The errors don't seem to bother anything but are just a bit annoying.
Messages on the screen are:
fsATProxy.exe bad image
c:\windows\wsystem32\msvcp140.dll IS EITHER NOT DESIGNED TO RUN ON WINDOWS or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact your system administrator or the software vendor for support.
Error Status 0xc0000020
Google tells me that the first one is related to FS and JAWS; and the second is related to Visual C++. I'm not using JAWS nor Visual C++. Do you think I can remove one or the other or both without causing problems?