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Make a copy of the instructions below and go through it step by step.
make a note of the .dll file name.
restart your pc, on boot-up press F8 and select start in safe mode.
let PC boot up and click on Start.
Click Run... icon in the start menu.
In the box that pops up type regedit.
Expand the HKEY LOCAL MACHINE then SOFTWARE/Windows/ Current Version.
Left click on Run on the right hand side there will be headings name type and data look for the dll file name and delete the file.
Restart the PC and it should run normally.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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