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#1 Big Geoff

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 09:31 AM

Hi all can anyone help I downloaded Google Earth and found it tried to load all sorts of Programs that I didn't require so I cancelled the download. Ever since this I keep getting an error cannot find import;DLL may be missing, corrupt or wrong version File rcl70bpl, error 126. I have tried System Restore to no avail. I have tried running IE (No Add-ons) and it runs ok without the Error box coming up. I am running Windows XP.
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Posted 09 May 2007 - 01:52 PM

Hello Big Geoff and welcome to the BC Hijackthis forum. Stopping an installation during execution can cause all kinds of problems. Only various parts of the application gets installed and not the entire application so you usually end up with numerous error messages.

About the only thing I can recommend for you to do is go back and do a complete installation. After that is done you can uninstall it through its uninstall option.

If you need assistance with that, since it's not related to malware, the Windows XP Home and Professional forum should be able to help

Cheers.

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