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#1 DeanB


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Posted 27 August 2014 - 12:57 AM

I have a black screen with this message on it:  LogonUI.exe - Bad Image

                                                                    C:\PROGRA~2\SearchProtech\SearchProtect\bin\SPVC64Loader.dll is

                                                                     either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error.  Try

                                                                      installing the program again using the original installation media or

                                                                     contact your system administrator or the software vendor for support.


I am unable to get anything on the screen accept that message.  I do not know who the vendor is or how to contact the system administrator.  It is a Toshiba laptop with Windows 7.

I would appreciate your help.

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#2 Condobloke


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Posted 27 August 2014 - 02:50 AM

G'day Dean, and Welcome to BC !!


Give this a try.....i will mention now that this is not my area of expertise, however we will give it a go.


Method 1:

Step 1: Boot your computer into Advanced Boot options.


Step 2: While at the advanced boot options, select Last Known Good Configuration.

Method 2:

Step 1: Open system recovery options on your computer.


Note:  Expand “To open the System Recovery Options menu on your computer” in the above article.

Step 2: From the list of tools select system restore and restore your computer to a date when the computer was working fine.


Hope this does some good


Condobloke ...Outback Australian  fed up with Windows antics...??....LINUX IS THE ANSWER....I USE LINUX MINT 18.3  EXCLUSIVELY.

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