CAVS has just updated itself on my pc. A pop up asked me to reboot for updates to take effect. After reboot I received a warning that BOClean had to close.
When I tried to restart BOClean I then received a message saying the BOC424.XVU file was corrupt and I should try updating via the start menu. This did not work, a message said something about access being denied or something similar.
The only way I could get BOClean to work again was by uninstalling and reinstalling it. It seems fine now but it does appear that the latest CAVS updates caused some problem with BOClean!
I ran the CAVS updater after reading your post and didn’t have any problem after reboot.
I know that doesn’t help you much but with no other reports at this time it would seem to indicate a setup specific issue.
Is CBO set to update at the default 4 minutes after boot?
Did the shut down occur immediately after boot or after CBO attempted to update?
The CAVS Autoupdate caused no problems on my second pc at home - just on the one at work. CBO is set to the default 4 minutes for updating. The shutdown occured around about the time CBO would be attempting to update after the reboot and something somehow corrupted the BOC424.XVU file. After a second reboot CBO would not come on at all and that is wwhen the message about corrupted file appeared.