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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by mshaw11343, Sep 15, 2004.

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  1. mshaw11343

    mshaw11343 Thread Starter

    Sep 15, 2004
    Please bear with me

    I have a E Machine which I bought 2 years ago installed with XP (fixed at the factory)
    The computer ran great for a long time then I downloaded service pack 1 and service pack 2. Now when I boot up in the morning I get this message
    (RUNDLL) error loading c:\windows\bxxs5.dll, it does not seem to effect the computer at all. Unless this is part of it, I will try to explain

    Microsoft Works

    I am membership Director for Cape Cod & Islands Farm Bureau, I keep records, print bills, print membership cards. I do all of this with WORKS, as I am very familiar with the program.

    Lately I cannot print labels as the dialog box will not scroll down with the instructions, it will print the first line only, I have reloaded Works 3 times different versions and it does not seem to help.

    I have tried to reload XP again and a message comes up saying I have a newer version than the one on the CD and if I continue I will lose a lot of files, I presume the 2 service packs that I down loaded.

    Please HELP as I am getting behind in my work.

    Thanks in advance

    Michael A Shaw (you know where I live)
  2. mark007


    Sep 15, 2004
    It's an adware file.

    Try unregistering it and deleting it. There is a script on my downloads page that will allow you to easy register/unregister dll's:


    You can then just right-click it to unregister and delete it.

  3. crushbone


    Aug 5, 2004
    mark007 is right, it is an adware file.

    It is an IE Browser Helper Object of adware BookedSpace that is used to display popup advertisements. It would have downloaded and installed third-party software as directed by its controlling server.

    Follow mark007's solution and your problem will be solved.
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