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From: Dave on 09/26/2003
Using XP Pro operating system on a P4. Xp has been working GREAT. But overnight my computer started running very SLOW.I get the blue screen. Reboot and get " Notification WND for RNAdmin"
Checking on the internet I find a solution. Go into add/remove programs and remove Real Player One. I don't even use Real Player One, so I remove it and reboot my computer. Now everthing is back to normal. Has anyone else had this problem?
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From: cnt on 11/10/2009
whoever suggested solution thank you so much. you made my life so much better now that the computer runs up to par.
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From: Anja on 05/06/2009
Thank you thank you thank you, you just saved me $500, I was on my way out buying a new computer, thank you thank you.

Greetings from Denmark

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From: Dave on 10/24/2008
Yes, I had the same problem today and the same success.
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From: KoJoT on 12/26/2007
No need to uninstall anything simply right Click My Computer>Properties>Advanced>Error Reporting>Disable error reporting.

Restart and u r done :)

Hope this solves the issue for everyone :)

Good luck!

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From: Tomas on 10/03/2007
I`ve solved the problem on both of my computers. I would never found the problem my self so thank you!!
Ljubljana, Slovenia
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From: Steve on 03/15/2007
I to was having problems with a slow computer. After reading the comments I to deleted Real Player 1. In fact I was in the process of printing the screen in paint with the famous "Notification WND for RNAdmin" for a copy of what appeared every time I rebooted. When I hit the remove Real Player 1 button, instantly the printer took off a normal speed. I just rebooted and my speed is great.
Thank you
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From: Rich on 02/10/2007
Thanks to all that found the problem to be with Real Player. I unstalled Real Player and running great.
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From: ARDUINS on 01/25/2007
I have had major probs with my system, tried to fix myself and I know what I am doing! Just sent it to a tech, paid $280 to get it back with the same probs. Then instead of taking it back I did a search and removed RealOne Player. My system is completely fixed.
Thanks
Lisa
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From: Jyde on 10/17/2006
'had same problem and this solution provided a first time fix, Thanks to you all.
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From: Gill on 09/28/2006
THANK YOU!!!
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From: John on 09/11/2006
You have just saved me many hours I had already spent about three hours trying to sort the problem. Removal of Real player provided an instant fix
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From: Totem on 09/01/2006
Like Edward , I turned OFF realsched.exe
in the Startup File MSconfig .
All is right now.
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From: Adam on 07/10/2006
o yeah.......and a very big THANKS!!!!
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From: Adam on 07/10/2006
i am another 1 of the many that searched 4 Notification WND RNAdmin in google and came up with the fix first time on this page........i o so much to google and help pages like this, they have helped me out of alot of stiky spots b4 and im sure they will many more times to come.
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From: Charm on 06/27/2006
Thank you so much! I was really sick of fighting with that problem! I don't even use RealOne.
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From: PC user on 06/23/2006
Again Google and Dave saved me hundred's of dollars and hours of heart ache.
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From: James on 06/07/2006
Thanks for this, I deleted it and machine is running much better now.

If you really need to run Real media files (such as streaming radio from BBC), can I suggest you take the advice of someone earlier on here, and use Real Alternative (http://www.free-codecs.com/download/Real_Alternative.htm) which works great for me.

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From: Derek on 06/04/2006
I had tried like others to find a viral solution to the same problem, and of course could not. Thanks to the information here I had an instant result and a PC back to normal.
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From: Jordan on 04/14/2006
should just uninstalling real one player in windows 98 fix the slow performance im haveing
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From: mike on 03/04/2006
Thanks guys saved my life here my partner got this problem she is blind lost all speech support as well removed realone player back to normal great
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From: Littledog on 02/12/2006
I went through two long virus scans, but no viruses shown up. Almost reformated. Removed Realone player, and my system runs like new again.
Great information!! Thanks
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From: jaytee on 02/05/2006
thanks a lot we had big problems until now
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From: Bob on 02/02/2006
Thanks!!! This problem has been driving me crazy for months. I have been trying to fix dll's, drv's, etc. one at a time to no avail. This also has solved my problem trying to install new Norton anti-virus which kept freezing. This has been one solution that has cured a lot of my PC's ailments. Able to reboot in a single click at a decent speed. FANTASTIC!
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From: Joe on 01/30/2006
Thanks Dave!
I googled "Wnd for RNAdmin" found this board removed Real Player and I am back in business.
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From: Shine on 01/25/2006
Thanks to Google and Dave. Was ignoring the error till the system started slowing down to a real irritating speed. The fix worked like a charm.
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From: Hez on 01/22/2006
Great FORUM.
I, too, came here thru a GOOGLE search on "Notification...RNAdmin" and am as relieved and happy and the many postings have indicated.
Everyone, keep up the good work.
Another satified Reader from the USA / Pacific Northwest
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From: Andrew on 01/15/2006
Thanks, I had also done a defrag without improving the performance, but having just deleted Real One Player it appears to be back to normal.
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From: Angela on 01/15/2006
Thanks Dave, for this great advice. I experienced the same problem, just deleted the REal One Player and now everything is back to normal. It's just wonderful!!!
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From: Chris on 12/11/2005
UNBELIEVABLE! My system seemed to be running on its own for several days, and everything was soooo sloooow that I thought my system had encountered a terrible attachment of some kind. After trying several downloads to stop spyware, etc. . .and nothing seeming to work I finally found this solution! BYE BYE Real Player and hello good times! I saw an immediate response from my system once I removed the player. WAHOO!
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From: Kim on 12/08/2005
I had defragged, ad-awared, virus checked, removed files for days now...you have no idea how happy I am that removing the evil Real One Player has fixed the problem. PC=$$$!! Thanks!
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From: Edward on 11/24/2005
I was having the same problem but I fixed it differently. If you run msconfig and look at the startup you may see a TkBellExe
"C:\Program Files\Common Files\Real\Update_OB\realsched.exe" -osboot.
This is on a Win98 box by the way. I didn't research this in great depth but this appears to be a program that RealPlayer decided that you need to run because you need to have their fantastic updates. I unchecked the box so that it does not run anymore. My pc is not rebooting randomly anymore and it shuts down when I want it to. Real player still works. Of course if you don't want RealPlayer the uninstall works too.
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From: Jack on 11/17/2005
RNAdmin came up last night as not working when I attempted to close down.

So this morning I Googled RNAdmin and came here.... thank you :)

I removed Real Player and now my machine closes down when I tell it to. Whereas before it was just rebooting itself when I closed down. So I had to pull the plug on the thing every night which ain't good.

So a BIG THANKS.

I am also guessing that Real Player may contain spyware of some sort or adware. Why else would it be running all the time?

Bollocks to Real Player! I'll be avoiding sites that use it in future, and I'll be emailing the BBC to stop them using it too.

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From: sam1 on 11/14/2005
One of client machine i am using its very slow when i am working in tally6.3 i was delete the temp file & temporary files unnessary files
but still having problem its running slow os is win98se can u pls tell me the proper solution.
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From: amit on 11/14/2005
One of client machine i am using its very slow when i am working in tally6.3 i was delete the temp file & temporary files unnessary files
but still having problem its running slow os is win98se can u pls tell me the proper solution.
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From: amit on 11/14/2005
One of client machine i am using its very slow when i am working in tally6.3 i was delete the temp file & temporary files unnessary files
but still having problem its running slow os is win98se can u pls tell me the proper solution.
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From: Beth on 11/10/2005
I can't believe this. After 5 days thinking I had a virus, I finally found this website. As soon as I removed real player, it was back to normal.

You are a lifesaver!

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From: christian on 11/08/2005
thank a lot buddy, you saved my day...
Merci beaucoup.
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From: Mike on 10/19/2005
First of all thank you for the advice. I will do it. I hope this resolves my hang when redering with Pinical. It started after I defraged my 2nd hard drive where I keep data(not programs) and after recieving an automated xp update from MS.
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From: Rick on 10/18/2005
Thank you, thank you, thank you. I thought I was going to have to buy a new computer because I use it for dictating for my business. However, after uninstalling the Real One Player, everything works fine. I'll just have to find another excuse to buy a new computer.
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From: Cyko on 10/18/2005
WOW! that's amazing! I don't know why the stupid real one player people haven't fixed this yet. I followed your instructions and all my problems are gone! thatnx a lot!
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From: almoa on 10/13/2005
EXELLENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

CPU Usage dropped during uninstallation!

Thanks!

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From: Dick on 10/10/2005
I just spent several hours over three days trying to correct the Notification Wnd for RNAmin problem on my aging Windows 98 system. I finally got smart emough to Google the problem and found the solution on this bulletin board. My sytem is nor running fine - clean shutdowns and CPU usage is back to normal. The only problem is the AOL is telling me to reinstall since it is now missing audio files. Just thought that I would let you all know.

Thanks for saving my sanity (not to mention my wallet.)

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From: Alex on 09/26/2005
Does anyone know how to fix this issue with out removing real player? i do use it but the message drives me nuts
Many thanks
Alex
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From: Liz on 09/09/2005
I actually thought I would have to wipe the drive clean...Thanks so much. It worked like a dream!
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From: Ralph on 09/06/2005
I nearly reinstall everything.

Thanks so much for your help!

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From: Kay on 09/05/2005
Yeah, what they said!

Thanks SO MUCH for the help!!!

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From: Mike on 09/05/2005
Along with the (seemingly) thousands of others who've encountered this problem with Real Player...THANK YOU.
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From: Stan on 08/22/2005
RNAdmin was really upsetting the shutdown capability of my PC. Thanks a bunch for the fix!!!!
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From: SHANE on 08/19/2005
Dave,

YOU DA MAN!!! YOU DA BOMB!!! ROCK ON!!!

I have only been experiencing this problem for a few weeks, but it was anoying.

I tried defragging, antispyware'ing, antivirus'ing, with NO RESULTS.

A little Add/Remove Programs solved it all. Thanks a lot Dave.

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From: JERRY on 08/16/2005
This problem started occuring about 7/15/2005. I've been looking all over the place trying to find a fix. Notification WND for RNAmin. Then I found this site. Thank You very much.
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From: Charm on 08/13/2005
OMG this was a life saver.. thank you
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From: Lorenzo on 08/02/2005
Thank you for this board!!!! I was ready to wipe my hard drive and reinstall everything.
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From: Sandy on 08/01/2005
always got this msg while shutting down " Notification WND for RNAdmin" removing the Real One player worked like a wand and all's well thank God and Dave
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From: Steve on 08/01/2005
Unbelievable ! Same error message so thought I would try Microsoft site search -Naaaaah!
Next tried Google and voila! found this board - problem gone!
Thanks heaps @!!!
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From: isak on 07/24/2005
I cannot believe this information is from 2003 and is still valid in 2005. After a frustrating week of trying to understand why the fan ran all the time and programs keep hanging up or shutting down, I was struck by the WND for RNAdmin that always appeared at shut down. So finally, I put it into a search and come to this site. Many thanks for restoring my sanity!
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From: Sarah on 07/08/2005
THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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From: Cyprian on 07/07/2005
Thanks for the solution Dave
Lesotho
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From: Jim on 07/02/2005
My windows XP p4 was running 100% cpu usage. Applications took forever to load. I followed the advice of the original poster and viola! Everything is back to normal. Thanks for the suggestion.
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From: Jim on 07/01/2005
MY SINCERE THANKS TO ALL OF YOU!!! I started having the shutdown/speed problems that many of you describe after I did two Microsoft recommended security updates for Win 98 SE and Internet Exploroer on June 14, 2005: KB896358 (for 98 SE) and KB883939 (for IE 6.0). I was skeptical that uninstalling RealOne with "Add/Remove Programs" would fix this. But, after having tried everything that I could think of over about 4 hours, I said,"What the heck--try it." I did and my computer is back to normal. Thank You All.
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From: keith on 06/25/2005
and if anyone is woundering it's a java problem with me I start a java based program and everything goes to sumck
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From: keith on 06/25/2005
pc errors instantly! Freee don't think so thats why theres hackers
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From: keith on 06/25/2005
And as for the add I sent them a nice Fuyck you they could be the problem
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From: kieth on 06/25/2005
I don't have real player and the same thing I've trye everything over the last seven days and nothing reformated three times and the same thing start up anything and 100% is this a new virus
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From: Connie on 06/18/2005
This is something weird that happened...On June 13 I got an automatic notification that there were critical patches for the desktop (Windows 98) so I applied them. And also about that time my visiting granddaughter was spending 2 couple of hours a day on instant messenger. Computer started acting funny so I wondered if I had another virus (either from email, a website, or IM). Keystrokes were lagging and sluggish and you felt like you were typing through mud. "Start" button didn't work. Got messages MSGSRV32 NOT RESPONDING...RNAdmin Not Responding...fatal exception OD etc., CNTL-ALT-DELETE wouldn't reboot...computer would freeze. I ran Ad-aware, antivirus, deleted temp files, scan disk, defrag. Nothing found, so I googled the error messages. For RNAdmin not responding, there were dozens of messages on this website telling you to remove Real Player One and the problem would go away. So I did since I usually use Windows Media player anyway. Messages went away, computer is acting great!!! Much speedier. I used the "Uninstall Real Player" on the programs list instead of the control panel Add/Remove programs. So I guess if your computer starts acting funky, keep this in mind.
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From: Ralph on 06/17/2005
Ditto . . thanks so much. Laptop is back to normal . . finally!!
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From: Patrioux on 05/26/2005
Great, same problem...Now i can sleep better ! (Win 98se)
Thanks a million times!!!
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From: Curt on 05/23/2005
AWESOME!!!! Finally I am free!! I've put 25+ Hours into this..Thanx a million.
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From: Robbie on 05/20/2005
Wow!!! I uninstalled Real One Player and the problem went away. Thank you very much. That was the fastest and easiest fix for a problem I have ever come across.
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From: Rev Al on 05/11/2005
Whoa! Running Win98SE and experiencing same prob. Deleted REALONE as instructed (after 2 REALLY frustrating days trying everything else under the sun to fix- my USB ports were failing to recognise hardware and couldn't print anything, synch my PALM or upload photos) and the difference is instantaneous and amazing!

Thanks for the tip!!

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From: Amber on 05/10/2005
Can't believe it...I too struggled with overnight slowness! Just plugged in this error message and came up with this website. Don't know much about PC's - but do know this worked for me! AWESOME.
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From: galou44 on 05/08/2005
Merveilleux!
It works! now everything is normal, no problems any more!
Thanks to Dave!
Greetings from France
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From: Brian on 05/05/2005
Yes... I will try your solution. Just recently started to pop up. I'll reply again if this solution does not take care of it. thanks.
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From: Dudu on 05/01/2005
Thank's very much from Israel
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From: Mark on 04/30/2005
Thank god for google found this was having the same problem. Uninstalled real player and mine is also working again. Realplayer blows.
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From: Larry on 04/29/2005
Same as everyone else here - overnight my computer started acting terribly slow. Did scan, spybot, system restore,etc. nothing worked. Thought I had a virus. Then saw this website, uninstalled RealPlayer and everything is back to normal. Thanks for the help.
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From: Ibrahim on 04/26/2005
It really works!! thanks a lot, from people in Brazil...!! let's check now why RealOne is the guilty!! Hugs Dave!
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From: Kati on 04/17/2005
Thank you from Finland.

I thought I had gotten a virus from the internet when I started to get this "notification Wnd for RNAdmin" when I was shutting down my computer. I uninstalled RealOne Player and now everything is as it should be.

A BIG HUG FOR YOU DAVE!

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From: Luc on 04/01/2005
Dave, MANY MANY THANKS !!
Finally a very effective solution. No REAL PLAYER ONE on board anymore. Greetings from the Netherlands.
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From: Varghese on 03/31/2005
Thanks for your site. I got notification error and cpu usage jumped to 50 to 100 %. I uninstalled realplayer, wow, system back to normal. now the cpu usage is 0 to 7% and no notification error at shut down. Again, THANKS TO EVERYBODY.
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From: Bob on 03/14/2005
Great, my machine slowed down overnight, wouldn't close down, got error messages, dispite scans and diagnostic tools nothing helped I really thought my computer was stuffed, untill I googled and got to this site and the solution, so easy when you know how. I followed the instructions dumped real player and my computer is back to normal. Fantastic
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From: Bruce on 03/11/2005
Per the information posted here, I uninstalled RealPlayer and now everything is back to normal - or better! Thank you everyone for the help! I have been trying to get this PC to run normally for a long time without success. After Googleing for RNAdmin I immediately found this site. Wow, this is great!
Thank you all, again!
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From: Mark on 02/02/2005
Hello: and thank you all for the advice you have posted. I uninstalled real one player... This problem had me believing that I had some kind of virus . Even though I had performed a scan on my computer, and the results came back clean,I was sooo confused to why my computer was acting so strange, well I went for it , and uninstalled the problem.(real one player)... My computer has never run better... P.S. I was having mouse problems... The monitor would go black, and when I touched the mouse it would not turn back on, it's response was very slow... then I'd get a box showing up on the screen, when I was trying to shut down. It would alow me to cancel or end program, and when I chose to end now , it would tell me that I could lose data... if I were to cancel it would tell me that the program was not responding... what a mess... thanks again,and have a great day. ( WND for RNADMIN )should be investigated..

Mark

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From: Kristine on 01/26/2005
I, too am very happy this topic and Website exist. The "WND for RNAdmin" problem seemed to appear immediately after I deleted all of my Cookies and temporary internet files. Maybe there's a connection?

Unlike most of the other posters, I did not have to delete RealPlayer ('though I must say I was so happy to get my computer back that I didn't bother to test RP afterward to see if it still works). Here's what I did (Windows 98):

1. Started up my computer and immediately went to the Task Manager and deleted RealSched.exe. (Figured that might help speed up things.)

2. Followed the two replies found elsewhere in this posting with instructions from RealNetworks about disabling notification and messaging. However, several of the Tools->Preference choices mentioned in those posts did *not* show up in my RealPlayer. (Maybe 'cause I deleted RealSched or have the free version?) So, I unchecked the boxes that I did have.

3. Rebooted my computer and viola! back to it's previous robust health ... in fact, it may be even a little faster than before.

Thanks to all of you posters for saving the day (and the computer)!

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From: Jay on 01/21/2005
Awesome. I thought I was screwed on this. Thanks!
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From: Ruth on 01/19/2005
Just want to add my thanks to your solution of removing Real Player. My Windows 2000 computer is now back to normal. You have saved me from re-installing Windows 2000.

Regards.

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From: Dr. G' on 01/16/2005
Gracias por the Help.
Chile.
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From: Susan on 01/05/2005
Thank you for the tip. I'm so glad to have found this site. I had this problem for 2 days, and my computer was acting very strange and very slow-WIN98SE. I also noticed that I was unable to hot synch with my palm. I reinstalled the palm software,etc but it still wouldn's sych. So I uninstalled Real Player, and my computer went back to being it's old self, and the hot synch worked. I think I'll treat it to a defrag!
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From: Dave on 01/05/2005
Thanks heaps, cure instantaneous.
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From: jasek on 01/01/2005
You're great thank you very much. I should buy you beer :) .
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From: Jeremy on 01/01/2005
I read everyone's solution to the WND for RNAdmin, which was to remove the RealOne Player......Solved all my problems, my computer is running fast and smooth again. Thanks all!
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From: Deborah on 12/30/2004
Many thanks!!!
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From: Bob on 12/28/2004
Same results as everyone else. I've had RealPlayer on my machine for the past year with no apparent problems. About a month ago the RNAdmin message started showing up. Uninstalled RealPlayer based on the information you provided. Results were instantaneous. Thanks.

Now at work I'm getting a ctd32.scr message. Anyone have an idea what this is about. It happening during shutdown after the blue screen. I use VPN software and Remote Desktop to connect remotely via cable internet. Sometimes, I am able to log onto the work machine several times, other times, I am only able to get in once or twice. When I return to work, after logging in, I have the blue screen. When shutting down, I get the ctd32.scr error message.

Please advise if you know what it is.

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From: Phil on 12/23/2004
Amazing discovery, thanks for the info... life may now return to normal

Cheers

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From: Dave on 12/21/2004
Thanks people!!!!! I nearly threw my computer out the window trying to fix it.

Happy Holidays

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From: Mark on 11/24/2004
Just started having this problem (win 98se). Google search found this site. Uninstalled Real player & it's fine now.
Thanks for help..
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From: mr g. on 11/23/2004
thank god for this website because i was just about to spend 100$ for some repair guy to look at it. thanks alot and thank everyone
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From: Alan on 11/18/2004
Wondered what it was - great to get an answer straight off without having to join the board - I always forget my details by the time I want to use it again. BTW I wasn't having any performance issues with my old (650 mhz 192MB) laptop - just got the message trying to shutdown. Maybe becoz my firewall is set to kill its internet access? Anyway its scrap now - bit sorry as it was one of the best free things in the old days but they just keep making it more and more complicated till it breaks.... bit like life really.
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From: Cosmickid on 11/12/2004
Thanks soooOOOOOO much for that bit of informtaion!

I'd noticed the slowing performance on my system and that realsched.exe was running nearly all the time at about 99% CPU usage and the Notification wnd for RNAdmin error would come up when I tried restarting the system, but the connection never sunk in. Deleting RealOne Player solved my problem.


Thaks a bunch!!!

Cos

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From: Mark on 10/23/2004
Thanks a bunch dave, this problem has been bugging me since we got our new computer in '03. I just now decided to try the Internet to find a solution, and this is awesome! I was about to call tech support but then I tried this. BOO-YAH!!! ;)

email me, yall
Dirk Pitt82190@aol.com

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From: ANUBHAV on 10/20/2004
Was getting this error for a month now.........
Uninstalled real one player and it worked...
YoooooooooHoooooooooooo
THANKKKKK YOUUUUUU SOOOOOO MUCHHHHHHH.....from INDIA
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From: Tanja on 10/05/2004
WND for RNAdmin. I've got the same problem on an old Windows98 Notebook.
Comment: Thank You!
I'd never thought that it could be the Real Player One.
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From: Mike on 10/01/2004
Thanks for the quick fix
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From: Ben on 09/29/2004
I wondered why this suddenly appeared. Many thanks for the solution!
I´ll deinstall the RealPlayerOne immediately.
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From: doctordel on 09/29/2004
THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
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From: Phil on 09/29/2004
It worked.
Thank you so much!!!
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From: Jana on 09/24/2004
That's funny.. I uninstalled realplayer when I first got my computer 5 months ago because it's not a good program for what I do...

and just now it's starting to mess up with the "error RNAdmin" when I shut down... my problem must be from something else. ^^

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From: Rhonda on 09/20/2004
Thank you so very much!!!! I was wondering why our new Dell computer was acting so crazy! I was waiting on hold forever with Dell support and came accross this board as well as others. I uninstalled the Real One Player and VOILA---my computer is FINE!!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!
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From: Goodunkyle on 09/19/2004
Thanks this web-site is very helpful hopefully when I reboot the problem will go away Thanks Goodunkyle
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From: Lyle on 09/06/2004
WOW, Thank you for the tip. I got here by puting rnadmin error in google and saved lots of headaches. my laptop with XP Pro is restored finaly after 3 weeks. I now also have added a new favorite to my computer. Thank you nocrash.com
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From: Dave on 09/04/2004
Thanks. It has driven me nuts for the last 3 days. Problem now solved.
I couldn't even get access to the control panel until read this site.
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From: Gloria on 08/30/2004
Thanks so much!
I have 98SE & today it really went super slow. Sure was glad to find your answer to the problem! It was nasty that RealOne Player could be hogging resources in background & not even in show up in task monitor list! My PC was so fouled up that the Start button wouldn't even work so I couldn't get to Settings and Control panel that way. But I did get to Control panel by clicking on C:\windows\control.exe in Windows Explorer. After a bit the Control Panel did open and I was able to get to Add/Remove Programs to uninstall RealOne Player. After reboot my PC is back to speed.
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From: Gitsie on 08/10/2004
THANK YOU SO MUCH! im so glad this message board exist!
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From: Marcia on 07/30/2004
Thank you! Thank you! This has been driving me nuts for weeks/months and my system kept running slower and slower. This week while doing all sorts of system maintenance I thought a harddrive crash was inevitable because it took over 24 hours to archive Outlook. (Yes, there was a lot...but not THAT much.) I will remove RealPlayer tonight with pleasure! :D
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From: Eric on 07/28/2004
To whoever came up with this fix, by deleting RealOne Player, all I can say is Thank you, thank you!!! :D I would have never guessed that it was this "piece-of-junk" software that was reeking such havoc with my computer. I removed it, and my computer is now quite healthy.

Bless you, bless this website and bless Google for helping me find it!!!

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From: Ian on 07/22/2004
THANKS!!! Uninstalling RealPlayer did the trick. Did some research on this and RealPlayer contains an application called TkBell.exe which runs in the background, often without the user's knowledge or consent. Programs that demand access to the internet and throw the rattle out of the pram when they do not get it SUCK.
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From: Fritz on 07/19/2004
Hi
Could't find out for a long time what caused that Notification WND for RNAdmin.Unchecked all those boxes what had been suggested by the Real Player people on this page and I don't get no more anoying Notifications.
Thanks a lot for your help.
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From: Chris on 07/18/2004
Righteous Brother!
Thank you so much for that. I thought I must have had a virus. Not much of a difference really. :) Never used RealOne anyway. Once again thank you.
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From: John on 06/18/2004
WooooooooooooooooooHooooooooooooooooo

I kept being told 'its cause you won't upgrade from 98se you igit'
ITS FIXED ITS FIXED ITS FIXED
THANKEEEEEE

one happy camper
still cruisin on 98se

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From: Darlene on 06/10/2004
Thank you! I was just before throwing my PC out the door. I get one problem fixed and something else apeared. My last week has been spent trying to solve Nofitication WND for RNAdmin. Thank you a thousand times.
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From: Techie on 06/08/2004
Thanks you are a genius! What a big help!
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From: Jack on 06/07/2004
I vote for a Nobel Price for the one who found this bug. Great! Real Player is on the permanent ban list, class 1 (same as porn) by now on all of our 14,000 PC in our corp. What is the difference between the publischer of real player and virus writers?
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From: Renee on 05/27/2004
Like all the rest, I just wanted to say "THANKS!" for sharing your wisdom with all of us out here.
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From: Kyle on 05/25/2004
Once again, thank you for the solution. this problem was really pissing me off, and realoneplayer should die! My computer is fixed now.
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From: Carol on 05/24/2004
Thank you Thank You Thank You. Been getting error message RNAdmin for awhile and thought I would have to reformat. Then I bought a new printer and could not get my computer to read software. Was pulling my hair out by roots - good thing I have a lot. Went on computer to see if I could find infor on RNAdmin - removed Real Player and hooray - everything working. Did I thank you yet....Really appreciated the heads up about this. The only thing is I think AOL uses Real, but I am leaving AOL anyway. Once again, Thank you you wonderful person.
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From: THANKKSS!! on 05/23/2004
Two weeks!!!!!!!!!! for two weeks my computer was half-dead!!!!! only for that shit!! real one sucks :/. :DDD. Thanks from Spain!!!!
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From: Aj on 05/22/2004
thanks alot man u did a gr8 job
> i have tried every thing i did msconfig
> downloaded ad-aware
> nothing was working
removed real player bingo that worked
wheee man em so happy
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From: Irfan on 05/20/2004
Wow! I came VERY close to formatting my drive. Of course the data was all backed up! :)

Thanks a billion.

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From: Machonhead on 05/16/2004
Ey Man, thanks a lot!!
I was absolutely desesperate with this fukin error until I red your post!! You my personal Hero!!

Thanks a lot.

MHEad

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From: Marco on 05/13/2004
Thanks a lot!
It did work!!
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From: JOE on 05/12/2004
Did follow the step and my PC is running a lot better now.
No error messages during boot process and no "End Program" during shutdown.
Thanks for the resolution.
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From: Phoenix-RadFad on 05/07/2004
Even some of us techies who are in a room fixing these machines pay attention to these forums. This entry has helped to save me a great deal of time!!

Dave B.
Technician at Perfect Computer Solutions, New Paltz, NY
http://www.perfectcomputersolutions.com

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From: rémi on 05/07/2004
Grand merci, encore un... mais de France
I have already found the solution but It give me great pleasure to find peoples who had exactly the same problem as me...
I understood that I had to look for the "%" column in the task manager. realsched.exe took the 99% !!! I turned it of in the task manager and that's all. I'm so happy that i'm * now waiting for an other problem like this just to be happy to find a solution.
*almost
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From: henry on 05/07/2004
thank you very much.
removing real player did it for me.
after lots of frustations - it works !!!!!

thanks again.

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From: claude on 05/04/2004
thanks a lot, I got Sasser and after getting rid of it my PC was very very slow and I was ready to reformat my harddisk...
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From: Nick on 05/02/2004
Thanks very Much!
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From: Lee on 05/02/2004
Thank you so much, I can study for my finals now!!! I was really up s***ts creek without a paddle before I found your advice.
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From: Byron on 04/27/2004
YEA! This has driven me nuts.... I un-installed RealPlayer and my PC is back to normal. THANKS to wom-so-ever recognised this problem and solved it.
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From: John on 04/26/2004
Did it for me, I Uninstalled RealOne and I can now shutdown and Print. I thought I had a virus and was ready to re-install Windows and wipe my computer.
THANKS Everyone..
(Windows 98SE)
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From: Ryan on 04/22/2004
I had a similar problem as described above. Needless to say, I will never use Real Player again. It belongs in the same category as the garbage Microsoft puts out.

Ryan

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From: Philipp on 04/18/2004
Thank you! I had the same issue with my PC (RNAdmin) hanging up on shutdown, CPU running at 100%... Deleted Real Player... Everything is now back to normal.

Thank you,

Philipp

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From: John on 04/06/2004
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I had all of the problems described regarding "Notification WND for RNAdmin". Uninstalling Real Player did the trick for me too!! I don't know what I would have done without google finding this thread.
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From: Kevin on 04/06/2004
I submitted a question via the RealNetworks website, and received the following response:
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Hello!
Thank you for contacting RealNetworks Technical Support.

We apologize for the inconvenience caused to you. Please note that the
problem you are experiencing occurs due to the automatic services with
RealPlayer such as message center. In order to resolve this issue that
you are experiencing kindly refer to the steps given below:

Solution 1: Reduce how frequently RealOne Player checks for messages.
1. On the View menu, click Message Center.
2. In the Message Center window, click Options.
3. Select Delivery Preferences and click to clear the New Message Audio
Alert.
4. Under Check for New Messages, select how frequently you would like
RealOne Player to check for messages:
- One or more times per day;
- Once or twice a week;
- Once or twice a month.
5. Click OK.

Solution 2: Clear all items in the Message Center window.
1. On the View menu, click Message Center.
2. In the Message Center window, click Options, then click Personalize
Message Center.
3. In the new Message Center window, clear all the selected items.
4. Click the Save Changes button, then close the window.

Solution 3: Turn off RealOne Player messages when the player is not in
use.
1. Start RealOne Player.
2. On the Tools menu, click Preferences. The Preferences box opens.
3. In the Category pane, click Automatic Services.
4. Click to clear all the options on this page.
5. Click OK.
==================================================================

I haven't yet tried any of these solutions, since I have already followed the advice on this forum and uninstalled Real One Player. ;-)

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From: Norma on 04/05/2004
To whoever found this solution.
Thankyou very very very much.
Like others, I thought my PC was due for the big PC yard in the Sky.
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From: Zak on 04/03/2004
This worked great for Win 98. I thought I had a virus at first. It was driving be nuts becasue every system utility I tried to run got hung up or took forever. I never really needed that Real One piece of junk anyway. Thanks for the help.

Zak

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From: Billy on 04/01/2004
Thank you very much!

Real One has been cleaned and my Pc is fine now. WINXP PRO

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From: Steve on 03/29/2004
Fix worked well and stopped Win 98 hang on shut down.
Thanks for the fix
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From: Buddy on 03/25/2004
Thank you!
I am going to try this when I get home tonight!
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From: Thornogson on 03/22/2004
Just wanted to say a big thanks to everyone who identified this solution. Like others on this site, my PC started over the last few weeks to go slower and slower, giving strange error messages and having difficulty shutting down. Each time I tried to shut down I got the message that 'Notification for RNAdmin' was not responding. Have now deleted Real One Player (although I had it loaded for ages beforehand) and everything seems fine. I'm running Windows Me by the way. Big thanks again.
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From: Igor on 03/22/2004
Thanks Guys!
I'm simple killed it's procces and stoped servis. (RealPlayer temporaly need me, but I uninstall it past...).
One more Thanks, FRIENDS. ;)
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From: Vladimir on 03/19/2004
Thank you so much, Dave and Google!
This solution really works! Win 98.
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From: Klaus on 03/19/2004
Found that page via GOOGLE. Same problem with MIN ME. I removed "REal one". Everything is fine now. Thanks, thanks,
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From: AC on 03/11/2004
Found this through Ask Jeeves. It is a wonderful solution from wonderful people out there; saving me tons of time trying to resolve something that was really annoying.
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From: Antz on 03/10/2004
Had this mentioned problem. I've tried everything. This is my last effort. I'm glad I found this message posted. Thanks.
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From: Jack on 03/08/2004
I've been experiencing this too on Win2k. It's been causing the machine to hang. I don't accept Real Network's explanation that this happens on machines that barely meet the required spec. My machine's not brand new but its and Athlon XP 2000+ with half a gig of RAM. Unless they're software requires a blistering machine to run, I think they're talking garbage.

Real Player is a program that's evolved over a long period of time and I'm sure not even Real Networks entirely know what's in there, in fact, when questioned on the SPYWARE loaded in their programs, they said the didn't know it was there. (If you have the time, look at http://www.grc.com/downloaders.htm to find out more about Real Networks.)

I think I'm better off without Real Player. Its quality is not good and I don't like the spyware. I wouldn't even think about using it if I didn't have a good firewall. We'd all be better off without it.

Thanks to all who have contributed to solving this problem.

jACK.

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From: Tracy on 03/06/2004
OMG Thank you! I was sick to my stomach thinking my computer was half past dead for the last few days! I uninstalled RealPlayer after finding this forum through Google and after a couple of reboots everything is as it should be. Whew! Thanks a million!!!
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From: Nat on 02/29/2004
Found the site with a direct search for Notification wnd for RNAdmin in google, and thank god for that, my sisters laptop wasn't showing me anything until when i tried to shut it down that error came up.

Deleting realplayer now.

I suggest people who use real player check out RealAlternative.

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From: bob on 02/28/2004
Tried to uninstall Real program and got "uninstaller component missing". What next?
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From: bob on 02/28/2004
Removed Real One player, but still get the problem with wnd notification RNadmin when try to shut down. This only occurs with one of 5 users in Windows XP. What is going on?
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From: thankful on 02/27/2004
Hey guys, Thanks a lot. This was amazing. My comp had started running agonizingly slow inspite of very little memory usage and some programs could not even be launched. The moment I removed Real Player, its back to its zippy self. Thanks for the help.
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From: Nick on 02/26/2004
Thank you Dave you are a star - pure and simple. All the best from the UK.
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From: Roel on 02/26/2004
Hi,

I had also the same problem. At some point I got the message "notification Wnd for RNadmin". My games became very slow.
I thought about a virus/trojan horse or something like that.
But Ad-Aware, Spybots and Hijackthiz didn't find anything.
I removed Realplayer One and my system is as fast as I started with.

Thanx

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From: Steve on 02/26/2004
I take a bow! It helped my dad's old PC.
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From: Ross on 02/17/2004
Thank you so much for this.

Why don't the RealOne people alert their users to this problem, or arrange for a downloadable fix (or even stop running RealOne in the background without users' knowledge)?

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From: Phil on 02/17/2004
Same problem ... same solution. Thank God, I'll be able to sleep tonight!
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From: Fred on 02/16/2004
Thank you, thankyou, thankyou!
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From: John on 02/14/2004
I do a lot of work at home using Auto Cad 2000, for the last two weeks it was running agonizingly slow.The entire computer was slow. My frustation was resolved by removing real player one. Thanks, your a life saver. I say this while wiping tears of joy from my eyes.
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From: Max on 02/10/2004
Oh, BTW My last post is the reg. from a Windows XP machine. I don't know if it's in the same spot or present at all in the other OS'. But I did a search for RNAdmin, it may be in yours too.
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From: Max on 02/10/2004
I've never liked realplayer, cuz it has wrecked almost every computer I've put it one. There is also a registry setting that I found on my system. If you don't know how to mess around in the registry then don't mess with it. And if you insist on messing with it first back it up. If you don't know how to back it up? Don't mess with it. (smile)
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Search Assistant\ACMru\5603]
"000"="should not see me"
"001"="RNAdmin"
"002"="*.pst"
"003"=".pst, .txt"
"004"="contacts, outlook, "
"005"="Wnd"
"006"="rob zombie"
"007"="white"
"008"="dwwin.exe"
Some of these other entries are suspect also.
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From: Renae on 02/10/2004
Awesome! worked for me too! thanks bunches!
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From: Sharron Beamer on 02/08/2004
Thank you Dave! You solved my problem too. I did as you suggested and it worked! Cheers,
Sharron
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From: Ray on 02/06/2004
Thanks a bunch...this saved me a lot of headache. :)
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From: Dave on 02/03/2004
Using win98se on my laptop the " Notification WND for RNAdmin" error just started coming up a couple of days ago. I had all the same problems mentioned.

I deleted Real One Player as suggested and now my three year old :( compaq is working as well as can be expected and back to normal.

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From: Mark on 02/02/2004
I had the same problem and this sorted it.

If you do need Real Player try Real Player Alternative - seems to work as well without the associated problems ... http://home.hccnet.nl/h.edskes/finalbuilds.htm.

They also do an alternative version of Quicktime.

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From: Bob on 01/30/2004
Same problem for me on my WinME.

I used RealOne in the past, no problems what so ever, even with notifications on.

Problem started on shutdown, found your website, no more RealOne, problem solved.

Thanks. :-)

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From: gary on 01/25/2004
what can I say that hasnt been said,this has messed me up big time for weeks and weeks and it seemed to be getting worse,I finally uninstalled realplayer one,my pc is like a formula one car and my new digital camera works yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay thankyou
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From: Rodney on 01/24/2004
Many, many thanks. Reading and following the advice on this page has sorted out more problems on my PC (W98SE) than I can list. I can now use both CD drives, Word, PSP, my digital cameras and all sorts of other bits of the machine that I'd almost given up on.
It's going to take a lot of persuading to get me to reinstall RealPlayer... :-)
Thanks again - I owe you big time.
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From: TJ on 01/24/2004
I'd be interested to find out what the deal is with Real, but this worked. I bookmarked this wesite, as this is the first time I searched the web and actually found advise that helped.
Thanks for posting the message, and thanks to those who developed this website.
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From: Cynthia on 01/22/2004
Thank you for this information. It seems to me that this problem escalates very slowly until the crippling effects are unbearable. I just knew my computer was going to be completely destroyed before I could get all of my data backed up. Now she purrs like a kitten. Please !!!!!!NEVER!!!!!! take this page down!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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From: STEEL on 01/20/2004
I'm using Windows ME - Hey for some of us this O/S works.... :o)
I noticed when I tried to open a saved document from M/S Word it took
0:1:45 = One minute and Fourty Five Seconds
ANYWAY, Deleting Real Player COMPLETELY solved my problems!!! Thanks
Now any Saved Documents take less than 5 seconds to OPEN

When I got a - Notification WND for RNAdmin...etc...
I tried RESTORE and Recovery options ...nothing helped!!!

I even tried to lower the CPU usage options - NADA- Zip - ZERO :{

I had to reboot several times, then finally just deleted Real Player.

Thanks again.

I will try to reinstall RealPlayer in a couple of days and post the effects postive or negative to my system!

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From: Kunihiko on 01/17/2004
I removed the RealOne Player and the CP recovered its original speed.
Thanks !!
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From: Pete on 01/17/2004
Worked for me too - THANKS!! I am running WIN98SE. I uninstalled RealPlayer from "Start\Programs\Real\RealOne Player\Uninstall RealOne Player" and then re-installed it from the original download-file. I'm wondering whether the problem was caused when I played a CD that came with its own player software - which overrode RealOne. Can't remember the software name, but the CD was Will Young/Friday's Child. Thanks Again - this was really getting on my nerves!!
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From: Bob on 01/17/2004
Yes, it worked for me too. But Control Panel/Add remove programs didn't want to touch it. Norton Disk Cleanup likewise - it was too busy recording CPU 100% which is what alerted me to the problem in the first place. Eventually I got there, after a series of Ctrl-Alt-Dels and 'Program not Responding', by right clicking Real Player in the Start/Programs list and Uninstall from there. Even then, shut down was reluctant but an eventual re-start revealed that the problem has gone away.

My thanks to all, especially the first discoverer of this 'fix' and to Google who took me straight to

  http://www.nocrash.com/ncbbs/msgs/3550.shtml

when I keyed "Wnd for RNAdmin"

Bob

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From: Mike on 01/14/2004
Oh dear - I removed Real one player but STILL have the probelm. No sign of RNAdmin in any startup files (Using MSCONFIG) so what do I do now?
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From: Fred on 01/12/2004
I know this is not the place to stick up for the chaps at REAL.COM, (and I'm not) but there is the following advice to try if you still wish to use real player, and don't fancy the uninstall option.

I have lifted the following from a response from their technical team, editing out all the drivel and 'finger pointing' about making sure you have a fast enough computer and that you have done a ‘defrag’ recently.

The important point is the second part of the second paragraph.

Hope it helps.


--Quote--

"Please note that RNAdmin program manages the message center of RealOne Player and it runs in the background. RealOne Message Center provides information about current or upcoming events in a variety of categories.

These problems occur when a computer does not meet or barely meets the minimum system requirements for running RealPlayer, and RealPlayer uses more memory than the computer can handle.

To avoid these problems, try making one or more of the following adjustments to your computer and to RealPlayer. ...'edit'... To decrease the amount of memory used by RealPlayer, try switching to Toolbar mode, and then lowering RealPlayer's CPU usage. ...'edit'...

Solution 4: Lower RealPlayer CPU usage.
Lowering CPU usage may stop the error messages, but it also lowers the sound and video quality of the clip you are trying to play.

To lower the CPU usage of RealPlayer:

1. Open RealPlayer.
2. On the Tools menu, click Preferences. The Preferences box opens. 3. In the Category pane, select Hardware.
4. Under Playback Performance, move the slider to the left, towards Lowest CPU usage.
5. Click OK.


If you would like to turn off Message Center, follow the steps given below.

Turn off media types preferences watch:

1. Click on Tools
2. Select Preferences
3. Click on the Media Types category
4. Uncheck "Notify me when these preferences are modified by other applications"

Turn off Message Center update and tray icon:
1. Click on Tools
2. Select Preferences
3. Select the Message
4. Click the Configure Message Center button
5. Uncheck "check for new messages"
6. Uncheck "show message center icon in the system tray"
7. Click OK
8. Click Yes
9. Click OK"

--End Quote--

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From: The B on 01/12/2004
Worked for me too.

But then I realized... I've been keeping up with security fixes and whatnot for my MS software... This started happening to me after the last update. Aren't the realone folks suing MS right now?

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From: Anindya on 01/08/2004
Great, thanks very much.
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From: SUE on 01/07/2004
FIX FOR "NOTIFICATION WND FOR RNADMIN" AT LAST!!! REMOVE THE REAL ONE PLAYER FROM YOUR SYSTEM, AND ALL WILL BE RESOLVED. I'VE HAD WEEKS OF THIS MADNESS, AND AT LAST A SOLUTIONS BEEN FOUND. WELL DONE ALL !!!
A HUGE BIG THANKS TO YOUR WEB SITE........
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From: Michael on 01/04/2004
WOW! You guys rock!

I was really screwed!

Windows 98 Plus operating system.

No access to the following:

Start Button
Program Icons
all files.

I tried everything. NOrton program to clean up and undelete any files I had deleted or unistalled recently. NOTHING WORKED!

All I was able to do was get onto My Computer and get on the WEB to find this web site after pluging in RNADMIN into Goggle.ca.

Thanks so much. Problem solved after deleting Real One. (and I took out Real download just in case....)

Peace from Toronto Canada.

Michael


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From: Raymond on 12/30/2003
Thanks!
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From: John on 12/30/2003
So what exactly is the process doing while its running open, hidden, until you shut down???? Does anyone know?? Can anyone ellaborate? Are we talking spyware? Or just an annoying program running on backup?

And then, why is it running on backup? I use realOne quite often and use it to stream video on all websites i maintain. I get the RNAdmin notification sometimes, but not every time.

I know that port 11523 on my computer is being listened to.... It says its an AOL top speed but is it??

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From: concerned on 12/30/2003
So what exactly is the process doing while its running open, hidden, until you shut down???? Does anyone know?? Can anyone ellaborate? Are we talking spyware? Or just an annoying program running on backup?

And then, why is it running on backup? I use realOne quite often and use it to stream video on all websites i maintain. I get the RNAdmin notification sometimes, but not every time.

I know that port 11523 on my computer is being listened to.... It says its an AOL top speed but is it??

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From: John on 12/26/2003
I was having the same problem on a Compaq Presario 1200 laptop running Win ME. Removing Real Player One solved all my problems, including shutdown problems and taskbar hangs. Thanks for the info!
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From: OMR on 12/26/2003
Oh yes!
Oh yes!
Oh yes!
THANKYOU!
THANKYOU!
THANKYOU!
You have made my Christmas!!!!!
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From: Dave on 12/26/2003
Good call on this one. I noticed the 'WND for RNAdmin' on a laptop when doing a shutdown...removing RealOne made the machine run like new again.

Thanks for whoever is responsible for putting this forum together and those who post helpful comments.

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From: LSC on 12/26/2003
thx , it works...

merry chrismas and a happy new year...

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From: SlimSim on 12/23/2003
Haha, Come here and every1 has the same problem and did the same thing, thanx to google and this forum help site :D
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From: Randy on 12/22/2003
This solution worked for me as well with Windows Me. I wouldn't be so hasty to point the finger at Real Networks though. Real Player One has been around for sometime and was considered stable (Real Networks gives away older versions free usually with only the latest version requiring payment). Why should it suddenly start to cause this problem across both the XP/NT and 98/Me variants of Windows?
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From: Daniel on 12/20/2003
Thnxs Thnxs a lot! ive been having this problem just for a 2 days and i really started to hate the computer, run twice Norton antivirus, no virus founded, and i had real player for a very long time, but until yesterday began all the problem, i dont know why suddenly this happened, the computer was so damn slow and the message bfore turning off, buy for our fortune u post the solution

tnx tnx tnx!!
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From: Mayson on 12/19/2003
Faced the same problem too.
Some applications have difficulty to be executed.
Made a search for the files relating to RNAdmin and got all of them removed.

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From: Brew on 12/18/2003
I couldn't believe it... it was that simple. I have been having this problem for a month.

Every time I went to shut down I got the
Notification Wnd for RNAdmin. I would press Cancel and the system would then get an Explorer error.

It would shut down when I pressed enter but every time I would try to go and perform a read of .jpg in Explorer it would take 60 seconds before the window would open.

Here's when I started getting angry...

I wanted to use my CD drive to load some new software and it would literally hang. Who knew that REAL PLAYER has bug. I removed the RealOne Player and instantly my CD was allowing the install.

I searched for this answer using GOOGLE and entering...
Error fix for Notification Wnd for RNAdmin and got your site.

Thanks Thanks Thanks.

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From: PC User on 12/17/2003
Thank you so much! I have been hitting my head against my computer trying to find out why that message appears and what it is. Thanks for posting your message. I really appreciate it.
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From: Runa on 12/17/2003
After days of beeing plagued by a computer that only worked on snail spead, finally the solution! Thanks a lot for the RNadmin tip, from me and my computer
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From: Paulo on 12/16/2003
I love you guys !!!! It worked really well. Thank you so much. Keep spreading the word.
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From: Brandis on 12/09/2003
Yes. First hit on search and the answer to the problem.
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From: mario on 12/07/2003
thank you so much. I can't believe how stupid this rnadmin crap was. Every time I shut down my computer, a messege would come up telling me that RNamin was trying to shut down, and my computer has had all sorts of problems since this RN messege appeared. Outlook and word were both unusable. The bad thing is that it was like this for almost 2 months before I finally decided to look on the internet a find out what this RNAdmin was. I kick myself for waiting so long and suffering. I bet there are many others who are out there with a bum computer, who don't know RNAdmin is to blame. DAMN
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From: Louis on 12/05/2003
I thought my new HP Pavilion was dying with that error message and the fan running on and off. Deleting RealPlayer solved both problems. Spread the word.
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From: me on 12/04/2003
Worked well for me also. Just remember it might not be Real One's issue. Old Billy has more than once made his OS hostile to outside programs. Windows now has its own updated version and can be making the playing field (pun intended) uneven.

Later

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From: Ray on 12/03/2003
I had the same trouble with Notification WND for RNAdmin and uninstalled Real One Player. However, I need the player for some types of streaming playback, so I reinstalled it and the problem did not recur.
So I assume you could uninstall and reinstall Real One to get rid of the problem if you happen to be a Real One user.
Thanks for the tip.
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From: Valerie on 11/30/2003
Thank you Dave and James. I too had a suddent and unexpected problem with "WND for RNAdmin" notification when trying to shut down using XP. Although I spent the entire day following the "Help" instructions trying to fix the problem. When out of total frustration I turned to the net for help. After uninstalling Real Player the problem disappeared. Just a note I no longer have a backup point before today thanks to the "Help" instructions which used the orginial msconfig file. Thanks again for you good information.
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From: James on 11/30/2003
I have win XP Home and the same thing started happening, I knew RealOne was a resource hog but I never knew it would do that. I didnt even knwo I had it on my comp... haha. Comp still movin slow but that is probably cause I just uninstalled it and havnt reset yet.

But before I uninstalled it always said I was using 100% of the processor but now it says 10% (I have Winamp and a few other progs on) But yeah, thanks for the info man.

Now a few links:

www.winamp.com (Look for verison 2.91 cause everythign after it sucks. You dotn need any other media player besides this)

www.hasty180.com (Badass local band from Springfield, Ohio)

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From: JSMITH on 11/29/2003
Worked like a charm , thanks a lot!!!
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From: Tom on 11/25/2003
Thanks for this thread, folks.

Let me add this on, in case someone on the web searches on the right keywords.

I had a wierd situation recently with Outlook. I could click on a message, and nothing would happen. If I clicked insistently, it would say "This action will apply to all the members of the group." Huh? What group? Same thing if I tried to delete a message.

Seeing as 1) others have had similar click-but-nothing-happens stuff
2) with Outlook
and 3) they get the RNAdmin thing
and 4) it all happened after letting RealPlayer upgrade itself,
it may be that this problem is a RP thing, too.

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From: John on 11/25/2003
I never realised what a problem Real Player was. I am running WIN 989 SE and have been having this same problem. After I unistaled the Real Player program, the problems went away. Thanks to all!
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From: Stu on 11/24/2003
Yeah, baby! I've been beating my head against the monitor on all these new problems that have been popping up with my Windows 98SE. After your suggestion I unistalled Real Player and now everything is fine.

Thank you!!!

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From: John on 11/24/2003
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
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From: Bob on 11/24/2003
Thanks for this string. I didn't realize my problem had anything to do with Real Player. I had a problem with Microsoft Word & Access not being able to communicate with each other and pass info between them. It was driving me crazy. At the same time I was getting the Wnd for RNAdmin fault error when I shut down the computer. I uninstalled Real Window and the problem was solved.

What an unruly program.

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From: TAZ on 11/22/2003
Having same problem with window 98se so I'll give this a shot and hopefully I'll too have the same results. Thanks Dave for posting this for the non computer geeks like myself.
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From: Carolyn on 11/21/2003
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I have an XP pro P4 and a Windows 98 computer and BOTH of them acted up, I have been so frustrated. Uninstalling Real One work for me too!

Does anyone know what it left behind in the registry? I'm always overally cautious with the registry, so I don't want to poke around unless I'm sure of what I need to do.

Thanks again - I found this great website using Webferret!

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From: David on 11/18/2003
Yes, uninstalling the Real One Player solved the problem for me, too.

Thanks. I'll be back again.
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From: Lorance on 11/15/2003
Yes my collegue spend a day on this pc and I went in the eve and noticed this error message while shutting down
I searched on net and found this
I uninstalled real one Its working good
Thanks a lot
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From: Craig on 11/15/2003
Worked for me too. I really don't like Real Player!
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From: Mindy on 11/13/2003
I had the same problem running Windows 2000. Computer Compaq Presario laptop was running very slowly and was unable to use Word or even print. CPU was at 100%, fan running all the time and unable to find in task manager. 2 hours on the phone with Compaq! No luck. Don't know what possessed me to go to "google" to look up Notification that came up every time I shutdown. Thanks to all of you that wrote in I was able fix. I don't even use Real One Player but when it was uninstalled, the problem went away. Thanks again.
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From: dell on 11/12/2003
yeah~~your suggestion works!now my computer is all right
thank you all
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From: dell on 11/12/2003
thank you all, hope your suggestion could work out the same problem om my XP...
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From: John on 11/09/2003
Thanks you all for helping me fixing my problem.
I had the same problem after keeping my machine running over night on the internet.
Uninstalling Real player did the trick!

John van Gaal
The Hague

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From: Walter on 11/09/2003
RNAdmin did the same thing to me. I'm runnin' XP Pro Corp. The funny thing is that this service or program (whichever it is) isn't "running". It doesn't show in the tasks/processes list. Hmmm...this made me want to go and look around in my registry even after uninstalling it. WOW...There are still lots of things (garbage) it left behind!!!! All this and all I wanted to do is see a one minute video of the California fires. Well, I'm sure alot of people are having these problems now. RealOne Player is OneReal piece of SHIT!!! You would think, after 9 years of development and evolution, this company, RealNetworks, Inc., could make a product that works without basic errors like this. Then on top of it, they want you to pay for the "Super" version. Get it right first, then ask me for money. I complained to them directly. Since they don't give out their address of operations, I wrote to the P.O. Box and phoned. Good luck to all the other folks out there and next time, before installing a program and all the other crap it puts on and in your computer, just to see "one" thing, BEWARE.

To complain for yourself:

CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS
RealNetworks, Inc.
PO Box 91123
Seattle, WA 98111-9223
U.S.A.
Tel: 206-674-2700

or see the web link:

http://www.realnetworks.com/company/contact/index.html

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From: Richard on 11/08/2003
Thanks guys

I had the same problem with Office 98, and to top it off Office 2000 shortcut bar did not work. I tried repairing the Office 2000 and then I tried reinstalling it but nothing helped; that is, until I decided to search google for a solution. I found your great site and I then removed Real Player One as you suggested and now all is fine.
Thanks again for being there.
Yours truly
Richard

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From: Kev on 11/07/2003
Thanks Guys!
I just had the same situation with Windows 98SE. My computer would not shut down and would get error Notification Wnd for RNAdmin . Found the information you provided through search of this error message Notification Wnd for RNAdmin. Went to add and remove programs-removed the Real One Player and computer now shuts down as it should.
Amen!
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From: Chris on 10/05/2003
I had a similar problem running Windows 98.

System monitor indicated CPU usage at 100% constantly, even with no programs running immediately after starting up. The cooling fan was constantly on and my PC was running very slowly.
I ran a virus scan using the latest version of Norton Anti-virus, result.....no viruses found.

When shutting down 'Notification WND for RNAdmin' was hanging, although I couldn't find this program in my task manager, and although I had Real Player I wasn't using it.

Anyway I have uninstalled Real One Player and all appears to be well again....

:)

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