At startup, an Acer PC was displaying a window with: keyhook.exe entry point not found.
There was a lot more text, and a mention of sisbase.dll
Ok, it probably something to do with the motherboard (possibly a mucked-up driver).
The net mentions removing any infection (already done that), and updating the video drivers… did that also.
So I figure: I’ll stop the error by not starting keyhook.exe in the first place!
I know: Its a lazy way out, but the alternative can be very time consuming (and I’ve got 5 other tasks that need to be completed)
So, I start regedit, go to HKLM -> Software -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Current Version -> Run
and I delete the “SIS windows keyhook” entry.