What microsoft software is locked/hidden registry entry "DbgagD" used with?

My antivirus software informed me that I have a locked/hidden registry entry, which is not common. What microsoft software is this registry entry with that dbgagd used? I use vista 32 bit. My computer works without any problem, but I'll try to find the reason to make him not: -.


"I ask this as I was told that its an important file or an entry of key infection may not even be reviewed or edited, when I click on '1' folder in the registry I get immediately ' an error prevents this key in the opening: the system cannot find the file specified." The registry would be corrupted? I need to know what this key is for as this is the only file which is detected in avira as requiring special attention, as its hidden without a valid reason. It is perhaps more technical that most general users are used to, but I thought I'd ask about it here, if any staff of Ms actually uses this site, and is not just for users. My antivirus software and firewalls have not detected anything other suspect outside this hidden file. I can't ignore it, and I do not want to reinstall, because it can easily happen again. Kaspersky tdsskiller with its default settings does not detect anything problematic. Detection of GMER rootkit (and microsofts own F8 at startup to repair vista) both give me a blue screen, with "lack of kxdlipoc.sys" > page in the box of nonpages "' on the errorlog for Gmer. The error with microsoft vista F8 repair is too fast to read however on the blue screen, even if I set automatic restart flaws in the vista start menu. The blue screen for F8 does not show in the newspaper.

Thanks for any help


I suggest you to check the following Microsoft Technet link and check if it helps.


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