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Error message comes up when I turn my computer on

Error loading C:Progra~1MYWEBS~1arbinMWSBAR.DLL

what does this mean and how can I fix this?

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Hello there.

First, "mwsbar.dll" is associated with the "My Web Search" toolbar which is downloaded and installed with several different free products. The first step is simple: go to Control Panel, Add or Remove Programs... and look for and uninstall "My Web Search Bar". It can actually be present under several different names, so look for any of the other items listed here.

Even though My Web Search is not spyware, it's apparently flagged by some anti-spyware utilities. So my next recommendation is, of course, to make sure you're running a good, up-to-date spyware scan.


Hope this helps.

Posted on May 03, 2008

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