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I did look at the message. The secured desktop showed me nothing.

I am wondering as to what may have caused this problem ?

I was running BlueStacks at the time. I am assuming that may have caused an issue because after I viewed the message, it stopped working and when I terminated it, the dialog box disappeared.

Any clues will be appreciated as to what may have caused it.
Note: THIS was of little help

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starting since Vista services are no longer running in the same session like the first user (Session 0 Isolation). When a service tries to display a messagebox you get this warning.

Get an update for BlueStacks and hope that this fixes it.

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Yes, I did get that. However, when I clicked on the View Message , it did not show anything. I am assuming it was BlueStacks' responsibility to generate a message box ? – Little Child May 3 '13 at 7:46
If you run the tool at this time, it was causing it. I have no idea why you can't see this in the dialog. – magicandre1981 May 3 '13 at 19:23

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