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What does this error message mean?

Whenever I try to open Firefox or email links from thunderbird i get

"The procedure entry point JSLL_Zero could not be located in the dynamic link library js3250.dll"

What does this mean?

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  • techman991 May 26, 2008

    i did search and js3250.dll is not there nor is ipv6monl.dll there



    is there another way?

  • techman991 May 26, 2008

    it happens in outlook 2003 too



    and js3250.dll is not there nor is ipv6monl.dll there

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It means you've got a corrupted file.

This is usually is a malware that is deleting the js3250 file.
"Go to C:\Windows\System32\ipv6monl.dll and delete it. Reinstall Firefox and it will work fine."

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