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hally

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i have a dll initiallization box appear on shutdown and in the background box, end of programme. iknow this does not cause any problems, just annoying. i run spywareblaster,search&destroy,norton, and i've scanned with registry mechanic but the problrm is still there iguess it is a registry problem but am a bit wary of going ther.
OH and ad-aware.

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i apologise for missing these off information, end of program box has msn6.exe in box and dll initialization failed box has dw.exe
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have uninstalled and reinstalled msn still same problem can anyone tell me if this is a registry problem
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Not quite understanding what you are asking? If you are saying you are missing a dll then go to this website and search and download the appropriate DLL File.
www.dll-files.com/
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i am not missing a dll. when i log off abox appears dw.exe DLL INITIALIZATION FAILED windows still running when i close this, end programme box appears msn6.exe. ican close this then computer logs off. not life threatening just annoying, have tried registry mechanic,uninstalling and reinstalling msn,ad-aware avg but the boxes still appear.
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