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jamally

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:) ... happy thankgiving to the whole board,, much turkey,beer and football to you all ......

this window opens up on my start-up page at every boot up.. it states that
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this m3SkPlay.exe failed to initiate because the m3Skin.Dll could not be found.. I was thinking that this might be the trigger link for some kind of virus infection that
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needed to be installed to allow the virus to install itself on to my computer. It was probably removed by my anti virus program for my protection... - so i didn't
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attempt to put the link in, plus i want to remove this m3SkPlay.exe :) ... any ideas.... (XP-Pro ,,service pack 3 ,,avg ,, spy sweeper ,, etc)
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Good Morning to all and Happy Holidays
I am running Windows Vista and I have a similar problem.

M3SKPLAY.EXE - Unable to Locate Component

This application has failed to start because m3Skin.DLL was not found.
Re-installing the application may fix this problem.

I am afraid to reinstall and couldn't if I wanted to because I do not know what M3SKPLAY.EXE is in the first place or what it may be attached to. I tried to find the .exe file and delete it but can not find it.
Any suggestions would be very helpful

Thank you,

Malimute-mom
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