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By swomack ·
I am getting the following error when I boot into Window XP Professional SP1: MSLLFWL.EXE - This application has failed to start because MSVBVM60.DLL was not found. Re-installing the application may fix the problem. As far as I know, this is not causing me a problem but I would like to know what MSLLFWL.EXE is because I don't know how it got on my computer, which is very new and I am very careful about what I install from the internet. This is my home computer and I keep AV up-to-date and have a Linksys firewall behind my cable modem. I have searched Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and other websites for MSLLFWL.EXE but can find no info on it. This question is only for info on MSLLFWL.EXE not suggestions on what to do to stop the error message. I did find the file in the registry under HKLM\Software\MS\Windows\CurrentVer\Run and in C:\WINNT\System32 but don't know what it is.

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by ptreadway In reply to Error on boot.

MSVBVM60.DLL,this is a required file for Direct X.YOu can down load it from this site.

www.freewareweb.com/cgi-bin/archive.cgi?ID=1642-20k

Hope this helps.

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by Joseph Moore In reply to Error on boot.

Assume that it is viral. I can't find any reference to that file name either.
And SO MANY viruses nowadays generate random names when they infect....
And SO MANY viruses write to the HKLM Run section, like you found.
So, get some antivirus software, or update the software you have to the latest virus definitions, then scan the computer.
If you find the EXE, scan it specifically.

hope this helps

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by dmiles In reply to Error on boot.

Situation:
When using a program written in Visual Basic, you see the message "Invalid page fault in module MSVBVM60.DLL." You enabled Script Blocking in Norton AntiVirus 2001.

Solution:
This problem has been fixed in the latest program update. To install the update, run LiveUpdate, download the program update, and then restart the computer when prompted.

If for some reason the program update does not fix the problem, then disable Script Blocking by following the instructions in the document How to disable Script Blocking in Norton AntiVirus 2001.

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by saihib In reply to Error on boot.

Somehow your Visual Basic runtime libraries got corrupted. Do a search on Google for: MDAC 2.7 download. Install it and the error should go away.Or, you could just delete the Registry entry and it won't try to run.

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As for MSLLFWL.EXE, download a free program called Res Hack. A Google search will find it. This program can open up executables and dlls and may give you a hint as to the program's pedigree.

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