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Dino:  If you are getting a message about MSVCR80.DLL missing or another one (can't remember the name), it may be that you have recently updated iTunes.  The Apple Forums are full of reports of this error.  It took me five hours to fix the problem on my wife's computer.  To resolve the problem, I had to uninstall all Apple apps from her computer and reinstall them.  By the way, this is an Apple problem.  The "missing" .dll is not missing, it just can't be found because the Apple uninstaller for the current version fouls things up.  It deregisters the Apple Mobile Support App, and then tries to stop it, which of course it can no longer access, causing the uninstall of the current version to go south.


If this isn't your situation, then please provide details of the exact missing .dll message.  We will try to help you out.  Hope this helps.  Have a great day.




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Hi dino! :)

If TBupdater.dll, backgroundcontainer.dll, daemonprocess.exe:

1) Remove mobogenie, OpenCandy, Quick Downloader, Conduit.
From control panel, programs.
2) Download/run these programs:
Full scan with your antivirus
adwcleaner (click)
Junkware removal tool (click)
superantispyware free (click)
sophos virus removal tool free (click)
MBAM free (click)
stinger 32 bit (click) or stinger 64 bit (click)
(according to your windows BIT version)
MS Safety Scanner 32 bit (click) or MS Safety Scanner 64 bit (click)
(according to your windows BIT version)

Adwcleaner is usually sufficient to solve the problem (it's fast and easy).
Anyway, other scans don't hurt!

Keep us informed.

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