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At the start up of programs i get an error message that states:
iexplore.exe - Bad Image
The application or DLL C:\Windows\system32\gonokofa.dll is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette.
Everything works after clicking on the error message, but it is a pain.
DO I have to reformat or is there a way to remedy this?
I recently bought an MP3 player and downloaded the conversion software and codecs. I had done this before and uninstalled them when I got ANOTHER MP3 player. I returned the second one and unistalled the software for it and reinstalled / downloaded the softwre for the first. I had no problem with the first download.
Please let me know what if any further information you require.
I did search on a couple of sites like the applet says it is not a valid Window DLL, IMO I would go into the System file and delete it. I is probably a left over disconnected item no longer use, just hanging around being a pain.