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Old January 15th 08, 02:48 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsme.general
lapointe420
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Default dll error message missing file

Hi when i turn on my pc when it goes in to my desktop i am getting a error
messagec:\windows\llfcdadll im just wondering if anybody can help me on
finding the missing file it is saying that the file is missing so if somebody
could help that would be great thanks lapointe420
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Old January 15th 08, 02:59 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsme.general
The Moose
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Default dll error message missing file

On Jan 14, 8:48*pm, lapointe420
wrote:
Hi when i turn on my pc when it goes in to my desktop i am getting a error
messagec:\windows\llfcdadll im just wondering if anybody can help me on
finding the missing file it is saying that the file is missing so if somebody
could help that would be great thanks lapointe420



"llfcdadll" isn't a valid filename. Do you mean "llfcda.dll"?? I
have a Windows ME system and it does not have a file by that name.
Maybe you should double-check the error message and get the full text
of the message so someone can help.

Barb
  #3  
Old January 15th 08, 08:25 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsme.general
lapointe420
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Posts: 3
Default dll error message yes i think you might be right

ya i think it might be what you said i am actually checking for a friend and
i rote it down and yes im pretty sure it its a period where you said.

"The Moose" wrote:

On Jan 14, 8:48 pm, lapointe420
wrote:
Hi when i turn on my pc when it goes in to my desktop i am getting a error
messagec:\windows\llfcdadll im just wondering if anybody can help me on
finding the missing file it is saying that the file is missing so if somebody
could help that would be great thanks lapointe420



"llfcdadll" isn't a valid filename. Do you mean "llfcda.dll"?? I
have a Windows ME system and it does not have a file by that name.
Maybe you should double-check the error message and get the full text
of the message so someone can help.

Barb

  #4  
Old January 15th 08, 08:36 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsme.general
lapointe420
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Posts: 3
Default ive got the exact file name

ok it is C:\WINDOWS\IIFCDA.DLL

"The Moose" wrote:

On Jan 14, 8:48 pm, lapointe420
wrote:
Hi when i turn on my pc when it goes in to my desktop i am getting a error
messagec:\windows\llfcdadll im just wondering if anybody can help me on
finding the missing file it is saying that the file is missing so if somebody
could help that would be great thanks lapointe420



"llfcdadll" isn't a valid filename. Do you mean "llfcda.dll"?? I
have a Windows ME system and it does not have a file by that name.
Maybe you should double-check the error message and get the full text
of the message so someone can help.

Barb

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Old January 16th 08, 01:40 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsme.general
Mart
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Default ive got the exact file name

It would appear that you don't really want IIFCDA.DLL anyway, as it's
apparently spyware :-
See http://spywaredlls.prevx.com/RRDDAH3...IFCDA.DLL.html
which offers advice.

Try to remember what you've installed or downloaded recently or search for
the IIFCDA.DLL file and try to determine what application/program it is
associated with and remove it ASAP.

Also run a good Antivirus utility (with recent definitions) and other
spyware/malware utilities often 'recommended' in these news groups. There
are several excellent Freeware utilities out there - just Google for them.

Mart


"lapointe420" wrote in message
...
ok it is C:\WINDOWS\IIFCDA.DLL

"The Moose" wrote:

On Jan 14, 8:48 pm, lapointe420
wrote:
Hi when i turn on my pc when it goes in to my desktop i am getting a
error
messagec:\windows\llfcdadll im just wondering if anybody can help me on
finding the missing file it is saying that the file is missing so if
somebody
could help that would be great thanks lapointe420



"llfcdadll" isn't a valid filename. Do you mean "llfcda.dll"?? I
have a Windows ME system and it does not have a file by that name.
Maybe you should double-check the error message and get the full text
of the message so someone can help.

Barb



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Old January 19th 08, 02:54 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsme.general
Bob[_3_]
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Default ive got the exact file name

On Jan 15, 4:40*pm, "Mart" wrote:
It would appear that you don't really want IIFCDA.DLL anyway, as it's
apparently spyware :-
Seehttp://spywaredlls.prevx.com/RRDDAH39931870/IIFCDA.DLL.html
which offers advice.

Try to remember what you've installed or downloaded recently or search for
the IIFCDA.DLL file and try to determine what application/program it is
associated with and remove it ASAP.

Also run a good Antivirus utility (with recent definitions) and other
spyware/malware utilities often 'recommended' in these news groups. There
are several excellent Freeware utilities out there - just Google for them.

Mart

"lapointe420" wrote in message

...



ok it is C:\WINDOWS\IIFCDA.DLL


"The Moose" wrote:


On Jan 14, 8:48 pm, lapointe420
wrote:
Hi when i turn on my pc when it goes in to my desktop i am getting a
error
messagec:\windows\llfcdadll im just wondering if anybody can help me on
finding the missing file it is saying that the file is missing so if
somebody
could help that would be great thanks lapointe420


"llfcdadll" isn't a valid filename. *Do you mean "llfcda.dll"?? *I
have a Windows ME system and it does not have a file by that name.
Maybe you should double-check the error message and get the full text
of the message so someone can help.


Barb- Hide quoted text -


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Sorry if I'm too late but I have found it useful when an unexpected
error message pops up to know some facts.
If the message appears to contain a file name, use RUN to open a
notepad session. Record the entire message in the notepad file along
with any thing else "recently changed or different" with your
computer. Such as "installed new version of Quicken(or old) software",
"grandkids just visited and I let them use the computer", "examined by
a technician Vern E. Smart" / computer store etc. Give the notepad
file a name like ErrorYYMMDD_A.txt. Also use the Search tool to try
and find the exact location(s) of that filename (iifcda.dll or
whatever). Then right click the filename(s) and note in the notepad
file the date Modified and date Created. If your on the Internet be
aware of automatic downloads/updates by Microsoft, HP, AVG, whomever.
When you are facing a real problem, use the Search program to find all
files with the same dates. They are all suspect. if you finds more
than a dozen or so then those files are probably OK. If just a handful
then all those files are suspect.

I'm surprised the Anti Virus programs don't do this automatically.

There is/was a microsoft utility, WinDif.exe I think it is called,
that sort of does this. I don't know where that stands with winME.

And when you report a problem in a NG, when some one asks for
'Details', just copy this file to the end of your reply.
 




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