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I get this error message when i boot up Windows 7:
Wireless Configuration: Notification dll has not been registered, program will not work correctly.
When i turn it on it goes into Windows Error Recovery mode and only gives me the options of Safe Mode or Start Windows normally.
Whichever I choose looks like it's loading up but when it gets to the blue Win 7 Welcome screen the error message pops up.
The only option is to click OK. When I do, nothing happens the page blinks on and off and won't go any further until I do a hard shut down.

Before this happened i was trying to uninstall Windows live messenger.
I ran Revo Uninstaller and after rebooting this is what happened.
Any ideas?

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I see TWO topics here.

A recent new user was TURNING OFF THEIR PC. --> LITERALLY!

We had to show them how to shut down properly and the boot messages became normal.


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Ok about the Blue Screen. THAT may be why the odd bootup. Let's use that for now.

===> It's time to try all the recovery actions 7 has to offer but first we don't see THE DETAILS of the machine, what Windows DVDs you have and if you are ready to reload the OS.
Bob

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Thanks

But I got impatient so I just used my laptop's recovery program to return the hard drive to the original factory condition.

Thanks again

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Notification dll has not been registered

Go to start right click the command prompt as Run as administrator and tried to registered the dll.
C:\WINDOWS\sytem32>regsvr32 wltrynt.dll (Press Enter) and thats it all done!

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