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deb306

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As my system was loading and after coming up on my Desktop, got this message: Sdsystemtray has caused an error in MSVCR71.DLL. What ??? I do want to say that after purchasing the full verison of Spyware Detector it seems all these problems occured. I posted several days ago about my Sound going out and after getting that problem fixed, now this, I dont know if this program I'm running is causing this.

Thank you 4 your help !!!

Edited by deb306, 10 June 2007 - 11:48 AM.

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SDsystemtray is the Spyware Detector system tray icon, and MSVCR71.DLL has to do with Microsoft .net Framework version 1.1. You could try to reinstall Spyware Detector, if that doesn't fix it try to reinstall the .net Framework, if you have a highspeed internet connection, it is a 23 mb download.
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CMW,

Thank you for your reply. I had a systems crash last month and after I was able to get my Desktop back, at the time of doing all the Updating on Microsoft, I read that the .net Framework 1.1 could never be uninstalled or deleted because it could do harm to my system. But on the other hand, if I can uninstall and reinstall, I will do as you have instructed me, what's you comment on that.
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Edited by deb306, 11 June 2007 - 06:03 AM.

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I would try to reinstall Spyware Detector first then if that doesn't work then try the .net Framework. The link that I gave you is to a stand alone version that does not go through the Windows Update site. Just download it and install, it will just overwrite the previous install.
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