What the heck!!

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  1. lerksn

    lerksn Registered Member

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    o_O After removal of a backdoor trojan, I can't get Media Player v9.0 to work! And when I reinstall it says it is looking for "msdmo.dll". What the heck is thato_OHow can I remove Media Player and reinstall? Do I nee that .dll file? Does anyone know about nLite for removing Windows software?
     
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    Download .dll from whereo_Oo_Oo_Oo_O? o_O
     
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    Are you running XP, fully patched?
     
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    Yes I am running XP. Fully patched?
     
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    Sound like you just need to find a copy of the .dll. If you cannot find one, PM me, and I will e-mail one to you.

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  7. lerksn

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    I sure could use a copy of msdmo.dll!! Can't seem to get any answers as to where to get one??
     
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    The only place that I know of is from version 7 of the media player or from another computer. I have version 6.3.1.400 of the file. If you want it, PM (personal message) me with your e-mail address, and I will send it to you.

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    I downloaded the install program for Media Player 7, and I was able to extract the file with Winzip. You can do the same, or I can send it to you. The version number in the file is 4.90.2490.0. Or better yet, install seven and then update.

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    you can download the msdmo.dll at this link It is 11k download.
     
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    Once again, you have proven that you are The Man! The file is version 6.4.2600.0
     
  12. lerksn

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    Thanks all of you. I had a "duh!" while I was sitting at my home computer and realized that my son's laptop had the file so I copied it to a CD and loaded it onto my computer. Lo & behold WMP works! Thanks again. This is a good place for answers for a novice like myself!
     
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    If another problem pops up feel free to come on back and we will see if we can give you a little assistance. ;)
     
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