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C++ Error Message for Windows ME

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My OS is Windows Me and I am getting an error message that says:

Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library  
Program: C:\ProgramFiles\Ezula\MMOD.exe

Can someone please tell me how to get rid of this error message?  I did not see one listed but if there already is please tell me where to find it

Thanks,

Bev
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"mmod.exe" is a bit of spyware.

Please run some spyware remover like spybot.  It will probably find a few dozen naughty thingies.

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