# Error loading I have the same loading problem that includes mp3plugin.dll do i have to dump my hard drive to get rid of this ?

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• Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

what is that file in relation to (program) and have you recently uninstalled it ?

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Hi:
Don't assume I can read the thread post before you are relating to...I have no way to do that.

What you need to do is to explain your problem in the post you are putting up. Do not relate to something and saying you have the same problem...
I have no idea which problem, and have no way to see what it is.
take care,

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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my-video-file.mp4

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you can do the following,

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click OK ..

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