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This appears to be an issue with XP's SP3 where a file was unknowingly named the same as a DLink driver file causing this error.
Here is a link to the Hotfix for this issue: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/950720
That should fix the 'entry point apsSearchInterface' problem.
as for that wzcsldr2.exe issue:
1) go to Start>Run and type "services.msc" And Click OK.
2) You will want to scroll to the bottom and You'll notice "Wired AutoConfig", This feature needs to be enabled so Right+Click and Go to Properties.
3) Drop-down box needs to be changed to Automatic. Then Click OK.
4) Right+Click on "Wired AutoConfig" Again and Choose, "Start" Since the service hasn't officially been started we need to start it.
5) Reboot the computer just to make sure the change takes place.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
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