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Dll c:/windows/system32/digeste.dll is not valid windows image " this message is appearing on my computer compaq presario laptop - it seems some virus has entered- please let me know how to remove it

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  • jashar_ku Feb 01, 2009

    when i start program in my pc show this mesage dll c:/windows/system32/digeste.dll is not valid images for windows

  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2009

    same problem

  • Anonymous Feb 25, 2009

    how can i solve

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2009

    c:/windows/system32/digeste.dll is not valid


  • BurdBassman Mar 19, 2009

    When booting up, I get a warning "c:/windows/system32/digeste.dll is not valid" and asked em to check my installation disk. I have no idea what disk it is or what to do with it if I could identify the disk. I ran Adaware, Spybot and VirusScan. The first two programs found some problems, but I still get the error message. Please help. I'm not very computer literate. Thanks

  • AkoA Apr 02, 2009

    Hello,
    I have a Windows 2000 server and I have same problem, So please if some one have any solution reply.


  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2009

    C:/windows/system32/digeste.dll is not valid is reflecting on my pc

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Try the free way first go to download.com and search AVG antivirus free

then search Ad-Aware free try thoose and see if it fixes the problem if not message back

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    You can also try Spy bot search and destroy i have fixed alot of computer with all 3

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Try to download this program and it should remove the virus. It is malwarebytes and it is one i highly recommend. This is just a trial version so you won't have to pay anything but it won't actively scan your system. You will have to do a manual scan each time.

When you do a scan set it to do a full system scan and i hope you have something to do for a couple hours.

http://www.majorgeeks.com/Malwarebyte%27s_Anti-Malware_d5756.html

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