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"ERROR LOADING" on startup

by lauriecat33 / February 2, 2009 10:35 AM PST

I get "Error Loading"
C:\PROGRAM 1\MYWEB-1\bar\2.bin
The specified module could not be found.
what does this mean? It comes up every the grey box.

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Probably Spyware
by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / February 2, 2009 1:32 PM PST

Please follow the instructions below:

On a friend or family member's computer, download the Malwarebytes installer and update files from the links below, copy them to a CD or flash drive, then transfer the files to the problem machine and use them. If you can't start the computer into "normal" windows, try installing, updating, and running the scans AFTER the computer is started into Safe Mode.. I use the sites below to download the installer file and the manual updater:

Once downloaded and before transferring them to the problem machine, rename the program installer "mbam-setup.exe" file to something else like "Gogetum.exe", then copy the installer file and the update file to a CD or flash drive.. Transfer the file to the problem machine, then install the "Gogetum.exe" file, then run the update to get the program current.. After that, run a full system scan and delete anything it finds.

Malwarebytes Installer Download Link (Clicking on the links below will immediately start the download dialogue window.)

Malwarebytes Manual Updater link

Next, download the SuperAntispyware program and the manual updater from the links below. After running the Malwarebytes tool above, if you still can't download and install it directly from the problem machine, download it on a friend or family member's computer as well.:


SuperAntispyware Manual Updater

In a few situations, in order for the program to run, it was also necessary to rename the main "mbam.exe" file also after installing it.. It resides in the C:\Programs Files\Malwarebytes Antimalware folder.

Hope this helps.


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Sika_l, Why Your Post Was Removed
by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / February 11, 2009 2:23 AM PST
In reply to: Probably Spyware

Adding a redirect link to the bottom of your post is spam which is against forum policy.. Although we appreciate your participation in these forums, please refrain from adding links to competing forums.

As to your issues with accessing System32, a fully malware scan with the tools mentioned is a good idea.

Hope this helps.


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by casey1d / March 3, 2009 10:55 AM PST
In reply to: Probably Spyware

The .exe files are on my computer (for a few different anti-malware programs), but I cannot install them because of "The System administrator [which I am,or at least I'm the local admin] has set policies to prevent this installation" in the case of ad-aware and SUPERanti-spyware; and a lack of internet access for Spybot. I did manage to install MBAM, however it does not seem to be what is needed to solve my problem (...0x756o6eb5 referenced memory at 0x0000008...).
I tried fixing the registry in standard ways (suggested by windows), however it does not solve the problem. Alternatively, I was told to set my Security settings such that "all except local admins" are prohibited from installing software, however I do not know how. Running XP Home, Thanks.

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tool bar
by doughboy / November 11, 2009 1:36 AM PST
In reply to: Probably Spyware

when I went back to my incected pc the tool bar was gone i restarted in safe mode but the tool bar still would'nt load the desk top icons are their sohow do i get the tool bar back?

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Malware Manual Updater Link
by ZEN1053 / October 3, 2010 12:38 AM PDT
In reply to: Probably Spyware

Unfortunately this link will not display (page not found message) so I went to and found links to both the program install and the updater.
Apparently the updater must run from the (infected) computer that has the program installed, then leaving your computer stat on two notepad reports that links to their technicians for review at their opportunity.
Thankyou for the info and I will proceed and post the results of either fixed or not laptop.

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