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Metallica

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The registry export looks OK.

bla.exe is a relatively old virus. If it had been on your computer before, it would have been found then, I guess.

Can you see if you can find the file msxml3.dll on your computer?

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I'LL BE BY YOU IN A WHILE...

HERE IS MY SEARCH RESULT...
I HAVE MANY OF THIS FILES IN PY PC...
I ATTACH THE SEARCH RESULT IMAGE...

HOPE TO HEAR FROM YOU

AND THANKS AS ALWAYS...
VITO71

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Edited by vito71, 15 August 2005 - 01:54 PM.

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So that's present. Good job. :tazz:

Now click Start > Run > paste this command in the box
regsvr32 msxml3.dll
click OK

You should get a confirmation that registering the dll was successfull.

It may take a reboot for the changes to take effect.

Keep me posted.

Regards,

Edited by Metallica, 15 August 2005 - 02:06 PM.

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register command executed...
and now??!!??

P.S. the "search" panel color is always balck - I already tried...!
regards Vito71 :-)
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See HERE for how to show hidden files.
Also uncheck "Hide extensions for known file types".

Then go to this folder: C:\Windows\Inf folder
In that folder find the file srchasst.inf file, right-click it and choose install.

Again a reboot may be required.

Regards,
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