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Windows XP Taskbar Won't Change

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Hello, guys once again.. Crusty Im going to need your help on this one.. I believe this is really the situation... To fix my problem but There's a problem.

Just today I got an Runtime error from that Gprud this was the first time it ever showed it's face... so I followed the path where it said the runtime error is from.. and I found it... Program files and I never seen it there but the path was

C:/Programfiles/xfixfire. Well I open up the folder.. and I get these sources in here...

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Okay notice how.. it says WinGeneric.DDL I beleive that is what's messing up my taskbar.. I've already tryed using Aveneger to take it out but it still didn't delete it.. So Some help getting this Program file out of Computer would be great

Thanks Guys

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Hi, I was reading this topic (thru Google) and also have the taskbar issue. I recently hacked my uxtheme.dll file to change it to allow it to be skinnable, and it hasn't worked after that, I've tryed to restore my uxtheme.dll from the install CD, PC's that are SP2 that are in my house. I can now apply custom skins, but the Classic toolbar exists no matter what, even in normal XP styles and stuff. Do you have any suggestions?
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