yep,... got to love the regedit . The only true way to get "under the hood."
You might also try (if you don't want to get your hands dirty and go into the registry) using MSconfig, you may be able to find and unchecked the offending files, or guess on what process is calling them.
I'ved tried all of the above mentioned but nada. I'ved tried to uninstall the freak before the steps mentioned and afterwards, but it keeps popping up 'failed to load dll' I can't reinstall it cuz it stubborn to recognize the printer. What did I do wrong?
Post back and let me know if you can find them in the above location.
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The use of regedit.exe should only be attempted by someone with suitable level computer skill, improper modification of your Windows Registry could result in wide scale failures and ultimately turn your system into a paperweight. TheTechIsIn will not be held responsible for registry damages as a result of improper modifications. Just want to cover myself..dont want anyone coming to Dallas to break things I may need. :no:
type in the name of the first .dll file thats causing the problem, it will search the hole registry for a match, delete any references you find of it, to the right of the regedit screen, do not delete the keys its found in (to the left)
Remember to search the hole registry after each find hit F3 until it states the hole registry has been searched.
Do this for the other file as well and let me know how it goes.
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