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Im at a loss with all these probs, help me please


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undun40cal

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Hi, and thanks for you time and expertise.

System Info:

Microsoft Windows XP Home edition
Version 2002
Service pack 3

eMachines T3410 (Motherboard)
AMD Sempron CPU 3400+
2.01 GHz 1GB ram

Ok, i have numerous problems on my comp now :). I recently had my isp switched and wasnt home when they installed it, my wife was (grrr). Ever since that day my comps been acting weird. Below is the list of probs i've been having with it, hopefully theres 1 solution to all these probs.

1: I get empty script errors out of nowhere sometimes and i cant use certain progs anymore (AIM,Yahoo Messenger, e.t.c.) the chat boxes dont display incoming or outgoing text.
I use Mozilla instead of Internet Explorer.

2: I cannot create a restore point or install updates from MS even though they are available, especially .Netframework 2 & 3.

3: Certain progs wont start ,claiming "The COM object failed to initialize".

4: I cant install HJT, its claiming "MSVBM60.dll is missing".

everything was fine the hour b4 the cable guy came and touched stuff. If there is an answer or a suggestion, im open for it all.

Please help

Edited by undun40cal, 24 May 2008 - 12:10 AM.

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