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  1. #1
    Please :helpsmile:

    Every time I start up my computer I get a warning message {with a big red X} saying


    when I click it off there does not seem to be a problem but it's annoying everytime I switch on and must be a problem somewhere. I run Windows XP Professional - with sp1 service pack.

    ANY help would be much appreciated, thanks and keep up the good work.


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  3. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2003
    hmm never seen that file also google cant find it

    scan your pc for virusses or adware/spyware.

    do you have an USB stick?

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    Do you mean msa32chk.dll.

    Its a fucking dialer.


    An ActiveX installer control for premium-rate phone diallers, distributed by Spanish company Matrix Technology Network SA.
    Also known as

    Msa32chk, or LanzarDLL, after filenames used by the software.

    Installed by ActiveX drive-by-download on porn pages.
    What it does

    Privacy violation

    Security issues

    Yes, critical. Any HTML page can direct the ActiveX control to download and run arbitrary, unsigned executable code from any server.
    Stability problems


    Open the Downloaded Program Files folder inside the Windows folder, and delete the control called 'Marcador Class'.

    This does not, unfortunately, uninstall the software itself.
    Manual removal

    Next, open a DOS command prompt window (from Start->Programs->Accessories), and enter the following commands:
    cd "%WinDir%\System"
    regsvr32 /u MSA32CHK.DLL

    Open the registry (click 'Start', choose 'Run', enter 'regedit&#39, and find the key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run. Delete the entry called 'Dialer', which uses rundll32.exe to run msa32chk.dll. Find the key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Extensions, and delete the subkey {03FBB191-FB50-4154-91D7-587D5E3C0000}.

    Open the Application Data folder. You can find this inside your user folder in 'Documents and Settings' on Windows 2000 or XP, or in your user folder in 'Profiles' in the Windows folder on Windows NT, or directly inside the Windows folder on Windows 95, 98 and Me. Delete the 'MATRIX' folder inside Application Data.

    You can also delete MSA32CHK.DLL from the System folder (which is inside the Windows folder, and is called 'System32' on Windows NT, 2000 and XP), and any dialler icons added to your desktop and Start menu.

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    Thanks for reply,

    I will do a scan and see what happens. What is a USB stick ? I know what a USB is but never heard of a stick.


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