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Help! "is not a valid Win32 application"


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haphuong1712

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Help me solving this problem plz . I've been using the AVG antivirus and Zonealarm just fine but a few days ago , i have no idea it happened , it just happened . Whenever i run those programs it just came to a note : "... is not a valid Win32 application" . I searched the net , did all possible but it didn't work . I installed Kapersky , but i can't run it either . And the Avant browser just suck , i think it maybe involve . it runs, but when i switch the tabs , it will be idle for a few min . So in order to work fine , i can only work with one tab. I found on the net so many situations that they format the disk , reinstall the system but the problem stays just the same . I haven't try myself , yet. :)
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What do you mean by when you run those programs?
AVG and zone alarm are always on.
Do mean when you open the configuration panels?
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I mean when i run those program. In the past it's usually automatic on , but now it just don't work anymore .
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try this

http://www.geekstogo...-Log-t2852.html

it should clear your problem
if not ask to post a hijackthis log on the malware thread

http://www.geekstogo...o-Here-f37.html

Edited by cmpm, 12 February 2008 - 08:22 PM.

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