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Explorer.EXE Aplication Error


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Since i downloaded game buster explorer.exe error start pooping up.
I dont know what to do. I deleted game boster and that error again pooping up.
i can open applications and programs, but when i open folder that error poop up. Attached File  error.bmp   197.77KB   29 downloads
please help me...

sry for bad english...
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Do a System Restore to before you downloaded Game Buster.

Click Start, Programs, Accessories, System Tools, System Restore
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i have few restores but even if i restore my system it show error.
now i restored my system to 14.5.2013 and i have another error:
Attached File  error.bmp   393.04KB   18 downloads
heeeeeelllllpppp!!!
PLS
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I think you may have picked up some malware infection. Go to the Virus, Spyware, Malware Removal forum, read the first post and follow instructions.

Come back here once you get a clean bill of health if you still have problems.
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OK. I downloaded a lot of spyware, error removal tools and nothing happends.
error is stil there. I think its something about "mscorwks.dll"
Any ideas?
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Why do you think it has something to do with mscorwks.dll?

From what I can find: The Mscorwks.dll module is part of the Microsoft.NET Framework

I would suggest uninstalling all versions of Microsoft .NET then installing the latest available for XP.
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ty... I'll try.
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OK. Error is gone... Thank you a lot man... :lol: :thumbsup:
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That's good to hear, good luck.
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