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Guest Jim Hansen

When I try to load I receive a "cus.exe-Illegal System DLL Relocation" box. Any suggestions? My apology if this is covered and I missed it.

Thanks, -Jim Hansen

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Load what? Dial-a-fix? If this is not Dial-a-fix related, please register and post in the appropriate technical support forum (which is here: http://lunarsoft.net/forum/index.php?showforum=14). When you post there, please include as much relevant information as you can, such as your operating system version and service pack level, what antivirus/firewall software you are using, how you think the problem began, and steps you've taken to try to resolve it.

If this is regarding Dial-a-fix, you can be assured that cus.exe is not part of Windows nor Dial-a-fix, and may be a virus. From a cursory google search, it does appear that cus.exe is a virus.

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Load what? Dial-a-fix? If this is not Dial-a-fix related, please register and post in the appropriate technical support forum (which is here: http://lunarsoft.net/forum/index.php?showforum=14). When you post there, please include as much relevant information as you can, such as your operating system version and service pack level, what antivirus/firewall software you are using, how you think the problem began, and steps you've taken to try to resolve it.

If this is regarding Dial-a-fix, you can be assured that cus.exe is not part of Windows nor Dial-a-fix, and may be a virus. From a cursory google search, it does appear that cus.exe is a virus.

This is a Dial-a-fix 0.60.0.24 related issue. Problem began when I downloaded and tried to install. Using XP/Service Pack 2, including all updates. Not currently at computer with the problem, will copy/send the entire message when back on it. Run AVG anti Virus daily, it it's a virus the software isn't picking it up. -JH

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Ah. Well Dial-a-fix neither links to or comes with a "cus.exe", and like I said, a cursory Google search seems to imply it's a virus. All I do every day is remove viruses from people's computers (I'm a bench technician) and most antiviruses fail at catching most attacks. I wish antivirus programs were more effective, but then viruses would become more effective. I'll never catch a break.

Find the file cus.exe, and see if you can upload it to http://virusscan.jotti.org (which seems to be down at the moment - try again later).

Get second opinions by scanning your system with avast!, Avira Antivir, Spybot Search & Destroy, and also try Malwarebytes RogueRemover just in case. (Google each of them to find them).

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