On one of the systems I use, every time I shut down or started up the computer suddenly started showing errors. I'm not sure this is relevant, but I was recently given a 7 day trial of LogMeIn Pro by the support staff that expired around the same time.
OS: Win 7 x64 SP1 (completely up to date)
RAM: 24 GB
HDD: Primary drive is SSD (OS/web browser only), secondary drives are HDD
I've tried uninstalling LogMeIn completely to make the errors go away, but they won't. I've tried scanning for viruses and malware using:
TrendMicro Online Scanner
Spybot: Search & Destroy
I've tried defragmenting, running chkdsk C: /r, running disk cleanup, and running CCleaner to no avail. I've also run Memtest to check my RAM, just in case.
Oh, for those that would rather not click links, the bootup error is the following:
C:\Windows\system32\LMIRfsClientNP.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.
The shutdown error is the following:
Title: Windows - Bad Image Exception Processing Message 0xc000007b Parameters 0x000007FEFD73718C 0x000007FEFD73718C 0x000007FEFD73718C 0x000007FEFD73718C
A computer with the LogMeIn Free Client installed randomly generated the error message “LMIRfsclientNP.dll is not a valid Windows Image” on logging into windows. This is due to a corruption of the file accessed by Net and Userinit.exe. To clear this error simply reinstall the LogMeIn Free Client. You can get this from www.logmein.com
1- Uninstalled LogMeIn.
2- Shutdown (no error message - so it is officially a LogMeIn problem)
3- Boot PC (no error message at log on)
4- Re-installed LogMeIn
5- Shutdown/Boot (everything is ok)
Sad that their is no reply from LogMeIn staff on this Post after that much time... sigh.
I've had same problem and now my computer is unresponsive when logging on - ie mouse and keyboard don't work. I can log into via a logmein control panel. But this glitch is affecting my ability to access ahome computer.