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Solved: Raining

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by barrett.t, Jan 5, 2011.

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  1. barrett.t

    barrett.t Banned Thread Starter

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    We have a saying in England if it don't rain it pours, meaning, I think, all your troubles can happen at once. I have had a bit of trouble with my computer recently and now something else has happened. I get a box which states this,

    C:/windows/systems32/secuload.dll is either designed not to run on windows or it contains an error contact vendor or reimpose media blah blah

    Now knowing I cannot read Manchurian I do not have a clue what it means. Can anyone of you nice computer people be kind enough to help me again thankyou so much:confused:
     
  2. kniht

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    secuload.dll is associated with Tenebril's 'Spy Catcher'. You may want to try uninstalling and reinstalling the software. If that doesn't work it's possible secuload.dll is corrupt.

    You could contact Tenebril support and let them know of the message you are getting.


    http://www.tenebril.com/support/
     
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    barrett.t Banned Thread Starter

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    Thanks it stopped raining it worked a treat. How did you know that dll belonged to them?
     
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