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mscoreei.dll could not be loaded

by LeonGDHL / October 11, 2011 2:48 AM PDT

PC: Alienware M11x
OS: Windows 7

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Have you read those popups yourself?
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / October 12, 2011 4:45 AM PDT

You said every time a user logs on, then you mention when you sign on.

Is this the same account used by you and these other users?

You may find out more by reading those pop up messages yourself.

But I suspect that .Net Framework is required by some Startup software or other and it is this startup software that is failing. Have you, (or has anyone else), installed any software recently that has set itself to load at startup? if so, disable that.

Mark

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The popups.
by LeonGDHL / October 13, 2011 12:13 AM PDT

Sure I read the popups lol, I just kinda didn't get what was going on. A .dll file couldn't be loaded or has an error so Im not sure how I can fix it, and to answer you question I haven't installed any software that opens itself on startup (that I can remember) but the error messages that come up are for four applications; AWCCStartupOrchestrator.exe, Toaster.exe, IAStorIcon.exe, DSUpd.exe. These were all on the computer when I bought it (As far as I know) since I haven't installed or downloaded anything that I can think of that relates to these.
http://i55.tinypic.com/20johv5.png
Also, when I said "a user" I just meant the thing that comes up at the beginning when you choose which user, my bad, I should've just said when I sign on Silly
Thanks for the reply.

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