well, thats not IE that wasn't responding, so try to find this in msconfig's startup
see if its there if you dont think you use it or are not sure ask here
then remove that, reboot and everything should be okay
Yeah - this sounds a bit suspicious. Possibly spyware - it often masquerades as a "toolkit" or "toolbar" for Internet Explorer.
Firstly, I would try running a scan for spyware and see if "theAetToolkitWindow" shows up. Secondly, look for theAetToolkitWindow in your Add/Remove Programs dialog (START > SETTINGS > CONTROL PANEL > ADD/REMOVE PROGRAMS). If it's there, uninstall it.
The next thing to check is your computer's starup programs. Go to START > PROGRAMS > STARTUP and right-click and delete anything that's in there that you don't use regularly - deleting everything in here won't cause any problems unless a program that you use all the time is in there. Next, go to START > RUN and type "msconfig" without the quotes. In the next window that opens up, select the Startup tab, and look through this list. Again, disable stuff you don't need or use.
When you restart your computer, a warning box will open about the startup parameters. Check the box in the bottom left corner then hit close. Once you've done that you should hopefully be sorted.
I think this is something to do with Java. Abstract Window Toolkit is part of Java - I think this is the same thing.
I would try uninstalling Java, see if that helps. If so the download and reinstall java again.
Hope this helps
Are you using NetZero? If not, it's probably spyware. If you are, call tech support. Or try reinstalling their software and see if it helps.
well do you know what the awtoolkit is? i never heard of that. i would assume thats spyware and grab a copy of 'hijackthis' real fast. never hurts to check. plus check your msconfig. that gets loaded up with junk too and you can turn things on and off that waste your ram and processor.
NuniPio, like I said, I would remove and reinstall Java. Also, install SP2! You are missing a lot of security updates without SP2, everyone should have it installed!
Yes, Azureus does use Java. It might also be worth uninstalling and reinstalling that.
anybody?? its kinda annoying not being able to use my torrents...
Is the problem only when you use your Bit Torrent client, or can you not use your internet browser either?
If it is just when you use azureus, try another non-java based client.
yea its only when i run azureus...but i have half finishied downloads which i want to finish...is there a way that i can atleast get it running??
Did u try reinstalling Java. That should work.
Just Google for the latest Java Runtime Environment download. That should make Azureus work fine.
P.S. I can't see the image u attached. What exactly does the error say ?
Try with another torrent client, think also that it could be some malware that's launched(infected) when your client is active.
Since everything is pointing out to the java...
do the basic uninstall and reinstall java... installing different torrent program may not help