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Re: RunDLL Error
Originally Posted by Gilb
Hi. I'm after a bit of advice. A while ago I installed and later
uninstalled a programme as the administrator in Vista. Now when I log in as
the administrator, I immediately get and error message "Error loading
C:\PROGRA~2\Kodak\EasyShareSetup\$REGIS~1\Registra tion_22.214.171.124.sxt The
specified module could not be found."
I can acknowledge this message and there are no problems, but I'd rather
eliminate this alltogether. I believe I have to delete the entry from the
registry, but I'm being cautious and would like some advice from someone who
knows what they're doing. Do I simply go into the Registry Editor and delete
the whole Kodak folder from HKEY_CURRENT_USER? Or should I delete a specific
Any help will be very much appreciated.
Okay I spent most of my day on this. Digging thru Windows error logs and such - corrected other issues along the way but, I was still getting a very similar error "Error loading
C:\PROGRA~3\Kodak\EasyShareSetup\$REGIS~1\Registra tion_126.96.36.199.sxt" or close enough - as a RUNDLL popup upon login to my new computer running Vista64. Mainly, I found 2 active Tasks within my Windows Vista Task Scheduler. These tasks were designed to be sure you registered, I would guess. One was setup as a one time only and the other was setup for a 14 day or something similar. Not sure which one was causing the login pop up probably the one time only. I didnt really care though I had already received a confirmation of registration from performing the task at install. I deleted these Scheduled Tasks
and I no longer receive the unecessary pop up
for a process that no longer existed.
Last edited by joecruel : 03-14-2009 at 05:03.