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Can't start HJT


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cableguy

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Performed the steps to remove malware and wanted to post a HJT log but got an error after clicking on the downloaded icon.

Required .DLL file MSVBVM60.DLL was not found, cannot start HJT

Not sure what this file is or where to find it.
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try this it might work

on the page go down to systems an second line]

http://freeware.pvland.cz/download.htm
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Ok got the file, where does it belong?
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You might need more than that one file.

Download and run this instead, it'll sort everything out for you.
http://www.microsoft...;DisplayLang=en
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The files go in C:\WINDOWS/system32

Neil Jones should take care of it for you though :-)
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That fixed it :whistling: You guys are great! Thanks
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Glad me and Neil Jones could help.
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