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windows xp system32\d3dgdp.dill is not a valid window image

by gnnusmc / October 26, 2006 6:02 AM PDT

The application or dllc:windows\system32\d3dgdp.dill
is not a valid window image.please check against your installation diskette.This comes on when I start to log in netscape or any browser problem started after install of SPY SWEPPER software.Know help from there tec dept after many calls need HELP.Windows xp home 4550 dell
desktop,runing norton internet security.

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Have you tried
by Zanshi / October 26, 2006 6:31 AM PDT

Try to run system restore and take the system back to the day prior to installing spysweeper.

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Also,
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / October 26, 2006 8:23 AM PDT
In reply to: Have you tried

If you have scanned with Spy Sweeper and it has removed any registry entries, did it offer you the option to back up those entries before removing?

A good anti-spyware utility does that so you can re-open the utility and restore those settings if there are any problems.

Mark

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