N/APosted on - 02/27/2014
I am getting this odd message when I try to uninstall the Kaspersky from the computer. The error message stopped the uninstallation. I am getting same error message while I am opening the Password Manager too. Anything related to each other, why I get the same error message? How do I fix this error? Suggestions are welcome. Thanks.
Exception EAccessViolation in module stpass.exe at 00014D25.
Access violation to 00414D25 in module ‘stpass.exe’.Reading from 00000000.
Uninstallation error has occurred with Kaspersky
I don’t think it is a virus though it sounds odd to see the same error message from two different programs. The file “stpass.exe” mentioned in the error message is the main executable file of the program Sticky Password Manager which you can download from the Sticky Password Official Website.
Because most of the programs store data into the Windows registry, it is possible that your Windows registry is now heavily fragmented and may now also contain invalid entries that can affect in the computer’s performance. Because you know now that the file in error belongs to the program Sticky Password Manager, you need to uninstall it to fix the problem.
If you still want to use Sticky Password Manager on your computer to handle all your passwords, make sure to download and install the latest version, Sticky Password for Windows. It supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. For Smartphone users, you can use it on iOS 6.x and higher and Android 2.x and up.
The supported web browsers include Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Seamonkey, Yandex, and Comodo Dragon.