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  1. I've been looking around for solutions to this problem that cropped up and I can't really find one that could fix it. Basically, from the moment my pc actually starts up I keep getting Bad image messages with "Application or DLL *** .dll not valid Windows image. Check against installation diskette." It's the same thing for all programs and I'm not sure if it's a common or a simple thing but I don't know of a way to fix it. One of the reasons why I'm not having an easy time fixing it is because I know very little about computers so I'm sure you'll have just as a hard time helping me fix i
  2. Hi! Help! I have a Dell Windows XP computer and recently I keep receiving a DLL bad image error message for just about every program on my computer which says something like "The application or DLL name.DLL is not a valid windows Image. Please check this against your installation diskette." I've run AVG and no threats appear. I did a full Malwarebytes scan and although it did remove some malware, it didn't fix the problem. I also tried to do a system restore but that didn't fix it either. I'm thinking about trying to do a clean install reinstallation of Windows but I know this is a lo
  3. Well, my computer suffered severe malware attacks before I received it. I actually received it for free for me to fix. After fixing it I decided to keep it for myself, it was perfectly fine. I also got Microsoft Office 2007 installed on it (legally of course with a CD-Key). No problems occurred whatsoever until one day when running Disk Cleanup a window appeared saying, "Files that are required for Windows to run properly have been replaced by unrecognized versions. To maintain system stability, Windows must restore the original versions of these files. ----Insert your Windows XP Professional
  4. You can make the Operating System to "greet" you with a voice message. Here's how: Open Notepad and copy-paste this Dim speaks, speech speaks="your user name here or anything, Welcome to your Computer" Set speech=CreateObject("sapi.spvoice") speech.Speak speaks and the save it as .vbs extension move it to the folder C:Usersyour user name hereAppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsStartup source: Akhilesh Sharma, Tweakandtrick.com **example: Charlie, Welcome to your computer
  5. I found this page with good information about what are them. http://www.emsisoft.com/en/kb/articles/tec120308/ Thanks to, Emisoft newsletter
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