How can I fix Run Time error Addon2VB.DLL?
I installed SpySweeper. It found 2008 traces. I deleted everything in quarentine. Now I get a Run Time error" 48 " Addon2VB.DLL when I try to play my eGames. None of them will work now. Can I get it back. I checked recover but this DLL was not listed in the recovery items. I can not reinstall because I did not bring disks to AZ with me. Can you help? Is this spy sweeper a bad thing to have ? My pc was getting so slow./ Bonnie
This question was answered on November 19, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.You might have to reinstall your eGames to correct the issue
Here's how to properly install or reinstall a game (and patch):
Step A: Temporarily disable Startup programs one at a time, starting with
Firewall, Antivirus & AdBlockers using this method:
http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=331796 or this utility:
http://new.jtsoft2001.com/windows/startup.php Reboot, go to Step B
Step B: In Control Panel / Add-Remove Programs, delete the game and then
the game's folder especially if you previously experienced problems
with a patch, or if you installed the Trial, Mods, NO CD patches, etc
Note: Click Start to Search or Find your game Many times there are two installs
of the same game on a system and the patch installs to the wrong one Also if you
installed a Trial version of the game, this could be causing a conflict. Uninstall it
and delete the folder
Step C: Install and Run Regcleaner and if it finds any stray registry keys for the
game, delete them Reboot your computer, and then re-install the game
Regcleaner Download: http://www.majorgeeks.com/download460.html
Step D: Play a single player game, using an administrators account if necessary
Step E: Download new game patches or mods in case the old ones are corrupt
Double click the patch/mod to install it If it's a .zip file, unzip it into the
game's folder and follow the instruction in it's readme.txt file
Step F: Reboot your computer, verify that your game is working properly, and
re-enable any programs that you disabled using the method in Step A
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Posted by Henry of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on November 19, 2004