'bridge.dll' error related to '.ocx files not registered' errors??


K

KGallup

#1 -- Recently, when I boot, I get "Error loading
C:\WINDOWS\Downloaded Program Files\bridge.dll The
specified module could not be found."

#2 -- I'm wondering if this error is related to another
error I got today when trying to install new software:
"Self-Registration Error

The following files did not self-register or unregister:
1. C:\WINDOWS\System32\Edt32x30.ocx
Class not registered
2. C:\WINDOWS\System32\mem32x30.ocx
Class not registered"

I searched the Microsoft website for more info re either
of these issues, but to no avail. Any suggestions?
 
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C

Carey Frisch [MVP]

"Bridge.dll" is a remnant of a spyware file and should be deleted.

Adware.WinFavorites (see "Deleting the values from the registry")
http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/adware.winfavorites.html

Download Ad-Aware 6.0 and scan your PC for the presence of spyware:
http://download.com.com/3000-2144-10045910.html?part=69274&subj=dlpage&tag=button

Symantec Security Check
http://security.symantec.com/sscv6/default.asp?langid=ie&venid=sym

--
Carey Frisch
Microsoft MVP
Windows XP - Shell/User

Be Smart! Protect your PC!
http://www.microsoft.com/security/protect/

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| go to www.dll.files.com and download this file to
| windows/system32 it is a missing file okay please let me
| know if it work at (e-mail address removed).
|
|
| >-----Original Message-----
| >#1 -- Recently, when I boot, I get "Error loading
| >C:\WINDOWS\Downloaded Program Files\bridge.dll The
| >specified module could not be found."
| >
| >#2 -- I'm wondering if this error is related to another
| >error I got today when trying to install new software:
| >"Self-Registration Error
| >
| >The following files did not self-register or
| unregister:
| > 1. C:\WINDOWS\System32\Edt32x30.ocx
| > Class not registered
| > 2. C:\WINDOWS\System32\mem32x30.ocx
| > Class not registered"
| >
| >I searched the Microsoft website for more info re either
| >of these issues, but to no avail. Any suggestions?
| >.
| >
 
G

Guest

so , what did you do about this? I have Norton Anti-virus so i went to that
site. do i hve to do all that???????????
 
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T

Ted Zieglar

Yes. And the unfortunate truth is, you only have yourself to blame. In
future, you'll want to be very careful about what you download from the
Internet. Especially if it's "free."

Ted Zieglar
 
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