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m3plugin.dll is part of Websearch software. As I know it is malware. Try to uninstall all websearch product, also you can delete it from stratup like this:
Click on START - click run - type msconfig and hit Enter. In the Startup tab look for m3plugin.dll or websearch, uncheck them and restart your computer.
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I had visited a website to get a free screen saver. somethling like a
toolbar or something was downloaded onto my computer, I used Windows
XP. Actually I was cancelled the process of download but obviously when
I was restart my computer a error message showed "Run DLL
Error loading C:\PROGRA~1\MYWEBS~1\Bar\1.bin\M3PLUGIN.DLL
the specified module could not be found
Is any suggestions as how to remove this unauthorized download from my system.
Thanks in advance
Error loading C:\program~1\Mywebs~1\bar\1.bin\m3plugin.dll The specified module could not be found. pentium iii windows XP the specified module could not be found m3plugin.dll it appears on startup on windows xp and i want to fix it
I followed these steps and haven't had any issues since:
1. Go to START menu 2. Select RUN 3. Type MSCONFIG and click OK (or press ENTER) This will bring up your System Configuration Utility window. 4. Select the STARTUP tab. 5. Find M3PLUGIN, untick it, select APPLY and then OK This will bring a popup dialogue box stating the following:
"You must restart your computer for some of the changes made by System Configuration to take effect."
6. Select RESTART.
When your computer restarts, you should no longer receive that message.