Go to Search and type regedit and press Enter. Go to the toolbar to Edit/Find in the Find What box type WD.dll and press Find Next. This will search and stop on something on the right panel. Press the Del key, then Enter to acknowledge the deletion, then press F3 to continue searching. Do these last 3 steps until you get the message Finished Searching the Registry. Close the Registry Editor and restart the computer.
Hi, it is probably safe to follow Spunk's advice, since that dll was a MS loaded module back in XP days however it also might be part of Quick Time or if you use it Glary's utility. If you delete it then maybe some program or programs will stop working, SO make a restore point first, and backup your registry just to be sure, it is good practice to always back up the registry especially in this case where there could be unintended consequences. Also try to register the dll, press win +r keys and in the run dialogue box type regsvr32 wd.dll (press enter)
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