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  1. Samantha415

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    My computer crashed yesterday. I was finally able to fix it, but my scandisk won't work, my incredimail won't open, (say's it causes an error on imlookex.dll) and everytime I boot up I have to restore my active desktop. I don't want to have to always go through dos to scan for error's, I'm not going to uninstall Incredimail, because I have too much stuff in there, and active desktop is already checked off. (Just in case anybody were to suggest any of that, I'm not totally pc illiterate.) lol Can anybody help me?
     
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    Incredimail has an 'incredible' amount of malware attached. That's why its free... :(
     
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    IMLOOKEX.DLL is associated with Incredimail. Have you tried downloading and reinstalling it, since you want to keep it so bad?
     
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