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Spoder.dll Problems

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#1 underz


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Posted 19 October 2007 - 02:45 PM

"Whilst removing McAfee Security software to replace it with the Norton software, my system deleted this "Sporder.dll" file. so now I can not log on to anything without this Sporder file, even the net. So cannot download file. I keep getting error messages saying like MSKDetector:MSKDetct.exe unable to locate component. Evey time I click OK another one comes up, so unable to anything."

this is a post sent about a year ago. I am having similar problems with my own PC and not sure what to do. The reply to this particular post said to remove all traces of McAfee, which i have done, but i am still having problems. Also, programs which are recommended for helping fix the 'sporder' problem all require the use of the internet to download them but without the spoder.dll i am unable to access it from the PC with the problem (i am currently having to use my sisters laptop)

any tips, help or advice would be greatly appreciated

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#2 groovicus


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Posted 19 October 2007 - 03:12 PM

Generally, it is nice to let us know what your OS is, if you have simply tried system restore, etc. Once I know what OS you are running, then I can move this to the proper section.

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