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Error with M3PLUGIN.DLL

When I log onto my computer, I get an error message that reads C:\PROGRA~1\MYWEBS~1\bar\2.bin\M3PLUGIN.DLL I have tried uninstalling the program but the error keeps me from it. I tried deleting the files in explorer, but it says i don't have persmission. i can't use my internet because of this i am using my old computer. i even bought a fix it program. i don't know how to resolve

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Click on start
select run
in the run box type msconfig
choose startup tab
and uncheck M3PLUGIN.DLL from the startup

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