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M3plugin.dll Hi! everytime i logged in to my desktop computer, an error prompted "Rundll.exe Error loading C:\program~1\Mywebs~1\bar\1.bin\m3plugin.dll" need help! how can i remove it from my system? I have the same problem as iky_joy. I have the same pop up when I log into my laptop and it has been running slower since the pop up has been coming up.

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You have left over pieces of a spyware and/or adware program. Here is how to go about removing them:

1) Goto 'Control Panel' then to 'Add/Remove Programs'
2) Locate 'My Web Search' Select 'Change/Remove' and uninstall it.
3) Also look around for other programs associated 'FunWebProducts' like:
My Web Search
My Speedbar
Search Assistant - My Way
4) Once you have cleared the out of your program's list, proceed to your C drive.
5) Goto Program Files
6) Locate and delete the following folders;
FunWebProducts
MyWebSearch
7) Finally Goto Start>Run
8) Type 'msconfig' and press OK.
9) Once the msconfig window pops up select the Tab labeled "Startup"
10) Sift through the startup items look for anything pertaining to either FunWebProducts and/or My Web Search
11) Once found uncheck all of them(FWP/MWS items).

This should fix your start up issues. I would also advise you to Get Spybot-Search&Destroy From here. This will keep you from getting nasty programs like this again.

Hope that helps. If you have any questions lemme know.

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