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Each time I turn on my computer I receive the following error messages, can you please tell me how I can get rid of them. I really don't know what they are actually telling me.

SQLDumper library failed initialization, your installatoin is either corrupt or has been tampered with. Please uninstall then re-run setup to correct this problem.

(Is that saying I have to run my whole Microsoft setup disks again???)

The other ones are:

RUNDDL Error loading DOCE0C16B1 AND E6F1873B.DDL, the specified module could not be found. (These codes of course, open in seperate windows)

I've been having a problem with a message popping up "found new hardware". I bought a new printer - Lexmark and installed per instructions, but my computer is acting like I'm installing it each time I turn it on. Then I get a "Install new hardware" wizard and I just hit cancel.

I know this is a lot, but I really don't want to have to take it in if someone can help me fix these problems. Thanks Tannerage
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