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    For about a week now, I've been getting a message on booting of :

    Error loading C:\Users\Ray\Appdata\local\extiSv2.dll
    The specified module could not be found.


    I've looked in Windows Explorer to see if I could identify anything before asking for advice, but the one thing I found was that I don't seem to have any such folder as C:\Users\Ray\Appdata - in fact the only Appdata folder I can see is on my D drive, a small partition labelled "Recovery".

    To date, I have simply been acknowledghing the message by clicking on 'OK' and it doesn't seem to have had any adverse effect on my PC but can anybody advise me on this ?

    I have a Dell XPS710 running Vista Premium ; if you need any more info to assist please let me know. I'm no techie, although I can follow instructions !

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    [attachment=88120:2010-02-12_0755.png]

    Try here!
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    This may help to fix your problem. Good luck.
    BACKUP...BACKUP...BACKUP
    Have a Great Day! Ted


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    Thanks Ted - I eventually have traced that folder by using the advanced search and including hidden files but I can't find that .dll file either in the C:\Users\Ray\Appdata\local\ or anywhere else.

    Any suggestions as to what I can now do ?

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    The link I included in my second post may help to fix the problem.
    BACKUP...BACKUP...BACKUP
    Have a Great Day! Ted


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