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# C:progra~1\mywebs~1\bar\4.bin\m3plugin.dll how to fix

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• JamesSav1 Oct 14, 2008

C:progra~1\mywebs~1\bar\4.bin\m3plugin.dll

This was a real pain in my rear.

This is a virus. It gets into your registry from downloading & installing third party software. I caught it listed over 100 times in my Zone Alarm Security antivirus quarantine vault. My computer also kept giving me an error message ( Problem: C:progra~1\mywebs~1\bar\4.bin\m3plugin.dll ) when trying to re-boot & re-start my PC. By using ( HiJackThis ) I was able to remove it from my registry very easily. HiJackThis can be downloaded for free at

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/files/hi...

Unlike alot of you that suggest that you go to (add & remove programs) to uninstall this search bar software, there was nothing listed under my (add & remove programs) in my computer. I am running XP Pro. All you do is install HiJackThis, run a scan, look for the ( C:progra~1\mywebs~1\bar\4.bin\m3plugin.dll ) Highlight it, and click fix. It's that simple. Also check your quarantine folder in your antivirus program and delete anything that looks like this location address. Be careful with HiJackThis as well, as it will remove something that is important from your registry also if your not careful.

It just all adds up to this, BE CAREFUL in what you install in your computer. Good luck.

• jimma498 Nov 19, 2008

C:\PROGRA~1\MYWEBS~1\bar\4.bin\M3PLUGIN.DLL

• Anonymous Nov 21, 2008

C:progra~1\mywebs~1\bar\4.bin\m3plugin.dll

• Anonymous Dec 12, 2008

Awesome Cyber_kaka! Worked like a charm, then I just deleted the entire directory tree (after "Mywebsearch"), as it pertains to no known programs on the machine I was 'fixing' & I figured it was likely installed virally...

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Delet this virus
D:\PROGRA-1\MYWEBS-1\bar\1.bin\M3PLUGIN.DLL

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Click on run type msconfig go to startup tab uncheck "m3plugin.dll" > Apply> OK
After that restart the computer.

After restarting delete ""m3plugin.dll" from

C:\program file\mywebsearch\bar\4.bin\m3plugin.dll

Restart the computer.

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What are you trying to fix????

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Run super anti spyware from filehippo.com and this will resolve your issue .

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

Hey dear its a virus, luckily your antivirus has already removed it from your pc. one trace is remains in registry which will try to load it on startup.

Ok, do the following step and get rid of it.
Open Run , type regedit and press enter
Go to

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows NT \ CurrentVersion \ Winlogon

and check for the key Shell, the value of this must be Explorer.exe . if you can see some other after that like Explorer.exe C:\PROGRA~1\MYWEBS~1\bar\2.bin... , then remove the second file from the value, means it must only Explorer.exe

Ok, then check for the key Userinit. the value must be C:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe, (including the comma) . If after that some thing is there , then delete it.
Ok thats all. restart your system

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

Is every program running fine? It is a registry file - in other word a file that is the basis for all programs. If every program is running fine, you can delete by start>run>and type regedit or if in Vista start>and type regedit. Use the path in the error (C:\PROGRA~1\MYWEBS~1\bar\2.bin\M3PLUGIN.DLL) to find the file and delete it.

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Go to Start - Run and type MSCONFIG then press Enter and choose either Services or Startup to try to identify which application may be loading m3plugin.dll and uncheck it

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click on that link save it to your desktop and then extract it to the following error location
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Maybe Registry Easy can help fix this .dll error.

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Aug 04, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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Click on start
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### C:\PROGRA~1\MYWEBS~1\bar\2.bin\M3PLUGIN.DLL

Is every program running fine? It is a registry file - in other word a file that is the basis for all programs. If every program is running fine, you can delete by start>run>and type regedit or if in Vista start>and type regedit. Use the path in the error (C:\PROGRA~1\MYWEBS~1\bar\2.bin\M3PLUGIN.DLL) to find the file and delete it.

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Mywebsearch is a spyware program. Run a spyware scan right away. "MYWEBS" is an indicator you are infected.

Mar 31, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

### C\PROGRA~1\MYWEBS1\bar\.bin\M3PLUGIN.DLL

How to Remove My Web Search.

Uninstall the My Web Search option from Add/Remove Programs
1) Click on Start, Settings, Control Panel
2) Double click on Add/Remove Programs
3) Find "My Web Search" in the list of installed programs and click on Change/Remove to uninstall it. You may also want to uninstall any of the following items associated with FunWebProducts.
• My Web Search (Smiley Central or FWP product as applicable)
• My Way Speedbar (Smiley Central or other FWP as applicable)
• My Way Speedbar (AOL and Yahoo Messengers) (beta users only)
• My Way Speedbar (Outlook, Outlook Express, and IncrediMail)
• Search Assistant - My Way
4) Reboot your Computer and run HijackThis
5) With HijackThis, scan for and fix any of the entries shown above that may be remaining.
6) Next, open My Computer, Drive C, and double-click on the Program Files folder
7) Right-click and delete the folders for:
• FunWebProducts
• MyWebSearch
8) MyWebSearch should now be completely uninstalled from your computer.
9) There will be some minor registry entries left behind by the uninstall, however these can be cleaned up by running SpyBot Search and Destroy or Ad-Aware SE or left alone.

Jan 31, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

### C\PROGRA~1\MYWEBS1\bar\.bin\M3PLUGIN.DLL

It appears to be spyware.

I suggest looking into an app called HiJackThis and use it to scan ur PC then use it to remove references to that DLL file.

I suggest to all - Use http://www.avast.com 's Home Edition Free Anti-Virus it works very well.

G'luck

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do you got virous scan updated scan it

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