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Problems with startup

When i try to load my windows, i get a message saying: A DLL has faliled. c:\program\softex\Omnipass\ginastub.dll failed contac your system administrator in order to substitute the DLL or to restaure the poriginal one.

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Don't worry about this message, it may be something you have uninstalled recently and the ".dll" file(direct link library) is still in the registry for start up. Obviously 'Softex' is the software, so if your'e not familiar with this it may be a spyware programme that has been removed or needs removing, but is still in your start up. If you download this http://www.filehippo.com/download_ccleaner/programme (it's excellent,it's free and has no spyware)you can easily see what programmes are starting up and remove if necessary and you are able to clean and check your programmes for lost links etc. If you know of the programme and have uninstalled it by accident re install the software or try a system restore to the point before this started. Hope this helps.

Posted on Nov 25, 2006

  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2006

    Just to add to the previous comment after doing a search on 'Softex' you may well use this programme as it is a server based security programme, see this site:-

    www.softexinc.com/

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