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Window proffectional 2000

My computer showing this

Error loading C:\PROGRA~1\MYWEBS~1\bar\1.bin\MWSBAR.DLL The specified module could not be found....

how to come out this problem

window proffectional 2000


Error loading C:PROGRA~1MYWEBS~1ar.binMWSBAR.DLL
show this messeg every time when start computer

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This message occurs when a "run key" still exists in the registry for an item that has been removed from your machine.

In this case, you would just "fix" it with HJT to remove the key from the registry.

If you still have Mywebsearch active, the first step would be to uninstall it via Add/Remove Programs.

Failing that, open the C:\PROGRAM FILES\MYWEBSEARCH folder and run the uninstaller manually. If no uninstaller exists, you could just delete the folder and clean registry remnants manually, to the extent desired - (most just remove the runkey and leave it at that).

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