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Gaming Smartphones Tablets Windows 8 PSUs Android Your question Get the answer Tom's Hardware>Forum>Windows XP>Loading New Softwear> Loading New Softwear Tags: Microsoft Windows XP Last response: 13 July 2005 22:33 in Windows http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/53040-45-loading-softwear XP Share Anonymous 13 July 2005 16:58:01 Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?) Several days ago I was loading a program and was prompted almost immediately to restart for the reconfiguration. After restarting I realized I had not been in the program setup files at all, but some windows refig. Now on startup of windows I get the following message: Error loading C:\progra~1\newdot~1\newdot 2.dll When error loading I try to install a new program I get the following Message: E:\setup.exe is not a valid win32 application How can I correct this problem? -- Wiley65 More about : loading softwear Anonymous 13 July 2005 17:21:05 Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?) The NewDot program is considered spyware. Although it's not the most malicious of the bunch, it can do things to your system error loading newdot behind your back. I'd suggest that you search Google for the impact of this particular program. It could be that the NewDot has already modified some of your system files and it's causing the error message. I'd suggest a few freeware scans of your system (TrendMicro, AdAwareSE, SpyBot Search&Destroy, Panda, etc). You can find them all with a Google search. "wiley65" wrote: > Several days ago I was loading a program and was prompted almost immediately > to restart for the reconfiguration. After restarting I realized I had not > been in the program setup files at all, but some windows refig. > > Now on startup of windows I get the following message: > > Error loading C:\progra~1\newdot~1\newdot 2.dll > > When I try to install a new program I get the following Message: > > E:\setup.exe is not a valid win32 application > > How can I correct this problem? > > -- > Wiley65 Anonymous 13 July 2005 22:33:04 Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?) From: "wiley65"