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This is the second time I'm asking this question, the first anwser I got didn't work.

On start up of my machine I get an error mesage that says
" Wrong version of run time DLL ".  This happened after  downloaded and installed a program. I have since unimstalled and removed the program.

The anwser that you folks gave me the first time was to install microsofts service pack, which I did.  But did not have any luck, I still bet the error on start-up, and sometime some items do not show up on my task bar.

Please try again, thank you.
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If as you suspect the fault is a legacy of something which you have tried to uninstall, then run  Regclean which if you haven't got you can download from Microsoft or other win95 support sites. Hopefully that will work, otherwise it will be a question of identifying links to the offending programme manually in registry. What was the programme you installed?.
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