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sys 32 problem

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by surfnets, Jan 16, 2007.

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  1. surfnets

    surfnets Thread Starter

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    I installed the adobe 9 prewiew afterwards I uninstalled it but I still see flash sys 32 and looked at the active x. I tried to delect it but It didn't work.


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  2. 1101doc

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    I have dozens of active x entries in my logs that cause no trouble. Something has to run that dll. What problem does this one cause?
     
  3. surfnets

    surfnets Thread Starter

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    I uninstalled the adobe flash 9 beta but I still see the flash 9 active x. Is it ok to keep it?
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    As long as it's not creating problems. Active X are usually dlls run by one program or another to carry out specific tasks. A dll needs to be initiated by something. If you've removed its control then the dll is inert. Sometimes other applications(or Windows) also uses a specific dll for other reasons. I just leave inactive active X entries unless they are causing problems. If it ain't broke....
     
  5. jmtechserv

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    It’s most likely sharing the DLL.
     
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