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Spybot and kazaa, can they work together?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by musiclover, Sep 21, 2003.

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  1. musiclover

    musiclover Thread Starter

    Aug 3, 2003
    Hey everyone,

    I recently downloaded spybot search and destroy, and then ran the program because my computer was getting over run by advertisements. I now have no more adds, but I also cannot run kazaa media desktop any longer. Apparently spybot destroyed some files that are needed to work this program. My hunch is that in order to use kazaa, you have to be willing to subject yourself to a degree of advertisements, and I suppose I can live with that. So it prompted me to uninstall and then reinstall kazaa, however, I cannot unistall kazaa. When I try I get an error screen reading,"error in c:\WINDOWS\system32\cd_clint.dll Missing entry:ServiceRunDll". That is what it says exactly. I'm assuming that spybot may have deleted a file necessary for the removal of kazaa, which brings me to my question/questions. How can I now uninstall kazaa, or is there a way to use spybot and kazaa media desktop together? Thank you ever so much for whatever advice you may wish to give me, and I hope you find a million dollars in a bag on the side of the road sometime in the not so far off future. Oh yes, I'm using Windows xp as my os...
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