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wHEN I FIRST LOG ONTO my screename for windows xp, i get a box saying

RUNDLL
error loading C:/windows/downloaded program files/Bridge.

the specific module could not be found.

then there is an hour glass next to the arrow(sometimes flashing+not when anything is loading).

when i log off i get

the application failed to initialize because the window station is shutting down

+

WTOOLSA.EXE-DLL initialization failed.

please help end this annoyance

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Have you recent installed or uninstalled anything?

You could also try this little program to clear up the problem, but I will still look into the issue when I get off work.

This Little Program :p

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Try doing a search for "bridge.dll" in the forum. This topic has been discussed a number of times.

I believe the general concensus here is that "Bridge" is related in some way or other to spyware...

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I believe the general concensus here is that "Bridge" is related in some way or other to spyware...

Yeah, it definitely is. It's at least related to the Golden Palace/Gold Casino" malware packages, might be a component of other malicious programs as well.

Moving to the Security forum- you'll find the fix for the bridge.dll problem in many of the threads there.

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what did u do to get rid of this problem i have the same problemm man... iam just exsausted... i have done everything to try to fix.. it but i can''t what can i do.. man what have u done to fix it well. reply back if u have a solution.. for me.. thankz bye

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CRIS_650510,

We ask that members not tag their questions on to a thread already started by another member. When multiple questions start getting asked within a single thread it can quickly get confusing to follow which answers relate to which question. This is known as "thread hijacking", and it isn't really fair to the original thread-starter, as it take the focus away from his/her question.

You need to start your own thread for your question here in the security forum.

Thanks for understanding... :)

- Dave

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