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Removing nsldappr32v60.dll killed my Mozila ThunderBird

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My Super Pro for some reason identified nsldappr32v60.dll in Mozilla ThunderBird as a critical problem.

nsldappr32v60.dll is apparently a critical file for the operation of ThunderBird as it would not launch without it.

I reinstalled ThunderBird to correct the problem.

I've uninstalled Super till Super no longer incorrectly identifies nsldappr32v60.dll as a problem.

Dave

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My Super Pro for some reason identified nsldappr32v60.dll in Mozilla ThunderBird as a critical problem.

nsldappr32v60.dll is apparently a critical file for the operation of ThunderBird as it would not launch without it.

I reinstalled ThunderBird to correct the problem.

I've uninstalled Super till Super no longer incorrectly identifies nsldappr32v60.dll as a problem.

Dave

I just checked my copy of the same file in Thunderbird. SuperAntiSpyware says it is okay. This is with core: 9141 trace: 6953

I think you can reinstall SuperAntiSpyware. However, you might want to check that same file with some other anti-malware scanners such as Malwarebytes or even your antivirus program (assuming you have one).

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