Problem at Startup (Windows 2000)

When i start up my windows i have a script box comes up and it says that ctsvccda.exe has caused an error…does anyone know whats wrong and how i can fix it?

Seems Microsoft SUpport database works again…

Source: Microsoft Support
After you upgrade a Windows 95- or Windows 98-based computer to Windows 2000, you may receive the following error message every time you start the computer:

CTSvcCDA.exe Instruction at “0x77f91b79” referenced memory @ “0x00000000”. The memory could not be “read”.
After the error message, you can start the computer to Windows 2000, and everything appears to function correctly.

This behavior can occur because Windows 2000 tries to run the CTSvcCDA.exe program, which Windows 95 and Windows 98 use at startup to load the Creative Services for CD-ROM Access service.

To resolve this behavior, set the Startup type to Disabled for the Creative Services for CD-ROM Access service:

[li]Click Start , point to Settings , and then click Control Panel .
[/li]> [li]Double-click Administrative Tools , and then click Services .
[/li]> [li]Right-click Creative Services for CD-ROM Access , and then click Properties .
[/li]> [li]In the Startup type box, click Disabled , and then click OK .
[/li]> [/ul]

Hope this helps.

Thnks…Wont do anything to cd rom tho will it?

Not as far as I can see, it will disable a certain program from Creative…that’s all

cool…ok i’ll keep you updated on how it goes