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Keep getting error message upon start-up - C:PROGR~2MYWEBS~1ar.binM3PLUGIN.DLL

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Make sure you haven't recently deleted files from this location, if you can, start in safe mode, and manually check the location for viruses / trojans, also, in safe mode got to start>run and type in msconfig

in the new window, go to the " startup " tab, and check all of the startup entries to make sure they are correct, disable any suspected malware, then reboot the PC, repeat this processes untill you find the culprit. Also, be sure to scan your computer thuroughly for any viruses or malware regularly.

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this is a common issue with the program. (MyWebSearch).
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