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When I sit down to the computer and open to anything on my desk top a small window, in fact 2 small windows automatically come up which I either have to cancel or click ok to get rid of them. No problems are apparent because I continue on with ease. However I am worried that there is a problem or one could develope. the first window says at the heading, D-link AirPlus Utility, the next box says AirPlus CFG.exe-Entry Point not found then.. it says the procedure entry point apssearchinterface sould not be located in the dynamic link library w/anapi.d11. Is there anyway to eliminate this? fix er Up?

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    dear motor1258, I wanted to say when I rated your help that I would like to be able to come back and post again when I get it totally resolved. thanks so much

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