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#1 orangebacardi03

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Posted 12 December 2004 - 03:56 PM

about a month ago i ran the yahoo spyware removal app on the toolbar and it found a lot of spyware so i removed it all. when i restarted my comp i got bombarded by failed app notifications telling me that the file "sporder.dll" wasnt found and therefor the prog cannot be started. this has affected my mcafee, my AIM, and my internet. the other two comps on my lynksis network work fine, but due to the removal of the sporder.dll file i cant use the internet. now, i looked up sporder.dll on google and read other posts on the website and everyone is giving advice on how to remove the file. what i need to know is how to get it back even though it might be a spyware file. i rather hav a little bit of spyware on my computer (even though i run adaware and spybot about every other day) and hav it go back to working the way it was. thanx a lot in advance for any help anyone can offer.

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Posted 13 December 2004 - 09:23 AM

There are two 'sporder.dll' files available here if you put the filename
in the search box. One of them may be what you need.


http://www.webzila.com/?wz=dll

#3 orangebacardi03

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Posted 13 December 2004 - 02:57 PM

thanx, but i jus got annoyed of it overall nd restored my comp. thanx anywayz




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