[Windows 7 64-bit]
I have a rather odd problem. Whenever I run Windows Live Mail (my default email program) on my desktop for the first time in a session (by session I mean the period between 2 consecutive reboots), it usually runs OK. However, when I run it a second time in a session, I get the following notification in the taskbar:
Windows Live Mail: wlmail.exe - Corrupt File
The file or directory C:\Temp Files\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\xxxxxxxx is corrupt and unreadable. Please run Chkdsk utility.
[Note 1: xxxxxxxx is a random alphanumerc value, like DAB167TE etc.
Note 2: The path that its pointing to is my chosen path for storing temp files in IE8.]
On the next reboot, the Chkdsk runs automatically and invariably finds no errors.
I have had this error for a couple months now, didn't happen before that. I am guessing here but I think the message started appearing soon after I installed Webroot Spy Sweeper on the PC (I previously had Spy Sweeper w/AntiVirus which was uninstalled when the subscription ran out and replaced by Spy Sweeper). Again, that's just a guess, its hard to find cause and effect.
I have already "Repaired" my installation of Windows Live Essentials; it hasn't helped. Does someone have any insight into why I get this redundant message and how to fix the issue?