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i have pop up that hstart.exe and toasterlauncher.exe not found in my pc (win 7). ordinal can not be found on located in dinamic library ***.dll. i have scan antimalware and avira but can not detected. What should i do?

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hstart.exe error

Go to search engine type hstart.exe error fix. There are a couple of patches that allude to that error, assuming that is what it is.

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I would NOT recomment doing that.

99% of the time, these sites that you see in a search for fixing errors have a very bad reputation. This error is no exception. The member will end up with more problems than they started with more than likely.

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Is Dell the manufacturer of your system?

bagusssetyawan..

If so, hstart.exe and toastmaster.exe are part of Dell's "DataSafe Local Backup". They should be in your Program Files folder.

See:
Dell DataSafe Online Backup & Sharing
Dell DataSafe Local Backup 2.0 Frequently Asked Question (FAQ).
Dell DataSafe Local Backup.

I'm having a problem understanding (exactly) what the problem is. Perhaps, you could explain in more detail what "ordinal can not be found on located in dinamic library ***.dll" means. Are you getting popups indicating the files "cannot be found"?

Carol

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