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If you are getting nengine.dll error message when you turn on your computer it means that your computer is infected with Newnext.me adware or if you already removed it from the system, it could be that the startup information is still present and Windows tries to load the file that doesn't exist. As a result you get an error massage saying that nengine.dll module could not be found. It basically means that there are still some registry keys left that point to this adware file.
To resolve Newnext.me nengine.dll issue, you can use Autoruns for Windows or open up Windows registry editor, search for nengine.dll or Newnext.me and delete all entries you find. You can also remove this error message by removing the start-up entry in the Windows Task Scheduler. I recommend using Autoruns. Once the problem is fixed, scan your computer with anti-malware software. Why? Because very often this adware comes bundled with PUPs and even spyware. There might be malware on your computer that you didn't notice yet.
Posted on Dec 29, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: user account
u have to login using the administrator account ! If that user (the administrator) does not appear when starting windows than u can try entering safe mode (will display the admin .. account ...enter the pass for it and that should be it, u'll be able to get u're data or remove/add accounts ) by pressing F8 after bootup...
Hope this is the problem and not something else... if so, give more details...
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
Go to My Computer -> Tools -> Folder Options -> View and select "show hidden files and folders" this should enable you to see the application data folder.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
Try booting up in safe mode, log in as the administrator. Then go into the security settings for that particular folder (right click, properties, etc) and check/change the settings. Reboot and try again.
Posted on May 22, 2009
your PC and press F8 several times until the boot menu comes up. Then
select "Safe Mode with Networking". Now get some or ALL of the FREE
Download, Install and Run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware:
When Installing choose the non-pro version.
Download, Unzip, Install and Run TDSSKiller:
Download, Install and Run Super Anti-Spyware:
If you have an outdated Anti-virus program then Download, Install and Run Avira Anti-Virus:
Make sure to select ALL of the "threat categories" when you install or configure Avira...
You should be in pretty good shape if you run and install all of these programs.
Posted on Jul 15, 2012
Try taking out the battery for a few minutes. Remove the memory card. Put the battery back in and try to turn the camera on. If it will turn on, your memory card may be defective or need reformatting. Check your operation manual or the internet for any reset procedures (usually removing the battery will accomplish the same thing).
If nothing works, the camera will have to be sent to a factory service depot.
Posted on Jul 08, 2014
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