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I noticed this file on my desktop. Not sure where it came from and after scanning the file I opened it to find this file (which I didn't open fearing that it has something nasty inside but don't want to delete it if I needed it).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CANNOT OPEN DLL FILES
If you just want to see what the inside of a dll file looks like, you can use a text file viewer. Don't use an editor, because any change at all to the file will corrupt it (including word wrap, for instance). You can do a web search and find hundreds, but something like Large Text File Viewer http://www.topshareware.com/Large-Text-File-Viewer-download-11000.htm would do the trick.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
SOURCE: display problem
What you have there is a malware problem. What you need to do is to go online and download malwarebytes. install and update that and start scanning your system.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
SOURCE: dll files
dll files are for device drivers and system drivers, deleting these files will screw the computer for sure, if your having problems with the operating system, back up your data and perform a recovery of the operating system
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Posted on Dec 22, 2008
SOURCE: my flash drive 16 gb
I have the very same flash drive.
The file you refer to "launck3.exe" is a file compression utility from Sandisk. It works well but I don't use it. I placed the drive into a USB slot and chose "open folder" in the options not "auto run". I then mad a new folder called "old cruzer" and moved all of the files in the root of the flash drive, to it. Leaving an nice empty drive to copy and paste to.
I hope that helps.
Posted on Oct 22, 2010
SOURCE: My Gateway Windows 7 NV5929u
I would guess that either a windows update changed something on this laptop, or else you have a hardware failure.
#1) The easy way to fix something like this would be to use system restore, go back to before the webcam stopped working, and use that restore point.
#2) If that does not fix your problem, visit gateway's tech support site and see if they have any updated software for your webcam. If it's still under warranty, they may be able to fix it for you, but I would guess that if #1 doesn't take care of it then an updated driver will.
If neither of these work, then I would guess there is a hardware problem with the device and it will need to be replaced. Webcam are pretty straightforward to replace for an experienced tech, but may prove daunting for the average user. An external webcam is a decent option, which are a snap to install (since they are external), connect via a USB cable, and have software included. I prefer either the Logitech product line or the Microsoft line to most other vendors.
Posted on May 30, 2011
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