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Run-Time Error -339, VBALSGRID6.OCX

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#1 Ali Asghar

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Posted 22 October 2009 - 01:12 AM

Hello Malwarebytes team,

I just heared about this soft recently, that it is the best soft for removing malware from system, but here's my bad luck comes! When i installed it 1.41 version, it gave that error durring end of installation, and when i tried to open it, immediately 'runtime error 339 vbalsgrid6.Ocx or one of its component not correctly registered, or missing' appears! I tried everywhere for solution but could'nt succeeded, i am using accounts software which uses visual basic to run, it is working properly, but not this malwarebytes, i tried to remove and re-install visual basic, but that also did'nt fix my problem, actualy the main reason i want to try malwarebytes is my eset smart security found threat such as 'operating memory win32/olimarik torjan, and some dll files' and eset is not succeeded to remove it, interesting thing is that virus located in totaly new kind of folder such as "%/root/system32.....Etc" and in system32 there is no such files, this operating memory virus has gave me 105digree fever. Please help me, malwarebytes is now my last hope, but unfortunately it does'nt start single time due to this runtime error 339, i dont want to re-install windows, i am using system in office, i.e windows xp proffesional Sp2.

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Posted 22 October 2009 - 01:24 AM

Please review the FAQ for a possible solution.
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#3 Ali Asghar

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Posted 22 October 2009 - 02:25 PM

Ok, thanks for your immediate attempt to resolve my problem, i will try that fix first, if this will not help, then i'll post a log.

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