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Missing mp3plugin.dll & broken file update programm

Mp3plugin.dll missing My windows update icon never leaves the tray and keeps trying to load the same update. The uppdate appears to load successfully but that update icon pops right back in the tray and wants too install the same update again...it never stops doiing this!

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For that you need to stop windows update .
Go to start->control panel->Security center.->automatic updates turn off it then apply and ok.
Then it not try to update from internet.
If you get this error on startup then go to start menu ->run type in run "msconfig" without "" then press enter in then you can see system configuration utility.Click on startup and disable all then apply and ok then restart computer.Then that error not comes with startup.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
Thanks for using FixYa.

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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