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« on: February 07, 2005, 07:20:18 PM »

Operating System Version: xp sp2
Problem Application Name & Version: Internet explorer 6
Problem Hardware Make & Model:
Error Messages:"CLSID\{41943050-65CC-454B-81E4-9C8A9D7CBAEA}\InprocServer32," refers to a missing file, "[SABInprocServer32]."


I cant seem to open new windows with internet explorer by right clicking and choosing "open in new window" or by clicking any link which opens in a new window. When I do this explorer hangs for about 1-2 minutes and then recovers but does not open a new window.
If I run norton windoctor it gives me the following message "CLSID\{41943050-65CC-454B-81E4-9C8A9D7CBAEA}\InprocServer32," refers to a missing file, "[SABInprocServer32]."
The repair norton does is deleting the entry. This solves the problem. As soon as this key is gone windows explorer works perfectly.

The only problem is that after restarting windows the entry has reappeared together with the problem! This means that after every restart I have to run windoctor and delete the entry!

If anyone can help me either fix the entry or delete it permanently?

Please help!


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« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2005, 10:04:29 PM »

Read this thread for information on how to work with HijackThis and then post your HJT log in a new thread in this forum.

Make sure you read the former thread very thoroughly, because your computer is most likely suffering from a rather nasty spyware/trojan infection.

Don't delete anything in the HJT log just yet, as there are essential system files that are shown there as well as possible malicious ones.
Good luck:)

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