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bellisimo 27th November 2013 05:26

Windows 7 AppData error message
I'm fairly new to Windows 7 64-bit though it has been running very well for a few months. Just tonight I have had an error message upon booting up. It says-

There was a problem starting C:\Users\a\AppData\Local\Temp\CT3287811\plugins\TBVerifier.dll

The specified module could not be found. I have my C Drive backed up on another drive with Acronis but I've never used it and don't really know how to go about it.

Can someone please help me with this as I have work that needs to be done asap.

Thank you,


Evan Omo 27th November 2013 07:04

Hi bellisimo.

Please download and run Autoruns. After you download the zipped folder on your desktop, right click the zipped folder and click Extract All. After the folder has been extracted open the regular folder. Run the autoruns.exe program by right clicking on it and selecting Run as Administrator. When you open the program click the Logon Tab and then post a screenshot of the Logon Tab in your next reply.

bellisimo 27th November 2013 07:09

Thanks Evan,

I'll try that right now.


bellisimo 27th November 2013 07:52

Hi Evan,

I made a screen shot in Photoshop but I don't know how to send it. Are you able to expand all the items that have check marks in them when I do send it? If not, it will take more than one or two screen shots, which is no problem.

Please tell me how to send them.



bellisimo 27th November 2013 07:54

Hi again, Evan,

I just realized it's nearly 3 a.m. here, so I'll check in with you tomorrow.

Sorry, but I've never sent a screenshot before on this forum.



Evan Omo 27th November 2013 08:41

See this link, How to Take Screenshots.

Once you have the screenshot saved then click the Go Advanced button on the Windowsbbs forum page and click the Manage Attachments button to upload the screenshot.

bellisimo 27th November 2013 11:11


I can't find the go advanced button. Where is it again please?



PeteC 27th November 2013 11:36

1 Attachment(s)
See below .....

Steve R Jones 27th November 2013 11:57

I would Google-> TBVerifier.dll

And see all the nasty things that are said about it;)

bellisimo 27th November 2013 12:16

I need help to show me how to post the screenshot.



PeteC 27th November 2013 12:47

From the FAQ's .....

How do I attach a file to a post?

On this forum, only users with a Subscription (and some selected users) are allowed attachments.

To attach a file to your post, you need to be using the main 'New Post' or 'New Thread' page and not 'Quick Reply'. To use the main 'New Post' page, click the 'Post Reply' button in the relevant thread.

[As I posted above click on the Advanced button below the Quick Reply window]

On this page, below the message box, you will find a button labelled 'Manage Attachments'. Clicking this button will open a new window for uploading attachments. You can upload an attachment either from your computer or from another URL by using the appropriate box on this page. Alternatively you can click the Attachment Icon to open this page.

To upload a file from your computer, click the 'Browse' button and locate the file. To upload a file from another URL, enter the full URL for the file in the second box on this page. Once you have completed one of the boxes, click 'Upload'.

Once the upload is completed the file name will appear below the input boxes in this window. You can then close the window to return to the new post screen.

What files types can I use? How large can attachments be?

In the attachment window you will find a list of the allowed file types and their maximum sizes. Files that are larger than these sizes will be rejected. There may also be an overall quota limit to the number of attachments you can post to the board.

bellisimo 27th November 2013 18:27

HI Guys,

I'm so sorry that I'm not getting the hang of this. I'm in trouble here and I'm trying hard to post this screenshot which I made in Photoshop, but I cant seen to figure out how to post it. Please advise.


PeteC 27th November 2013 18:55

5 Attachment(s)
Honestly - this is not rocket science :)

First size your image to jpeg < 250k .....

Then click on Go Advanced below the Quick reply window - screenshot 1

The next screen you will see is this one - screenshot 2

Click on Manage Attachments to reveal this screen - screenshot 3

Click on the Browse button and browse to the image you wish to attach - highlight it, click open and then click on Upload and when uploaded click on Close this window which will return you to your thread - screenshot 4 showing the uploaded image - screenshot 4

Click on Preview post and you should see your attached thumbnail in the Preview pane

Click on Submit reply - that's it :)

bellisimo 28th November 2013 02:26

Hi Peter,
Okay, I have finally made a total of 15 BMP screenshots. The Jpegs were too big. I hope this is all right.

I'll have a go at posting them to the site now.

Thanks for your patience:)


bellisimo 28th November 2013 02:46

Windows 7
I'm sorry Peter,

I have all the screenshots made, all 15 of them, but I don't understand how to upload them to Windows BBS. When I click on Go Advanced I don't see what you describe. I must be doing it wrong. When I tried to upload them using
Manage Attachments, it didn't work for me either. I must sound pretty thick, but I'm trying.

Can you please help me to understand what to do next?

Thank you,


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