Applies to: eBahn 3, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
- Some of these errors are caused by files for AntiVirus software. We do not suggest that you remove or disable your anti-virus software.
- If you have trouble following the directions below, please contact the support staff of the software causing the incompatibility.
- The following instructions were submitted by eBahn users, and have not been tested or confirmed by eBahn Software Support.
Users have reported a few different types of DLL errors that have the same basic work around. There are generally two different error messages that the user will receive. The first one has the following text:
This message may appear multiple times. The next message looks like this:
The file in the location filename.dll above shows the root of the error. Users have reported that renaming the file by adding "OLD" to the end of it has been able to resolve the issue in most cases. Do not rename the file named MSVCR80.DLL! Here is an example:
In this case, the file causing the problem is filename.dll (other examples could be bushell.dll, grooveutil.dll, klscav.dll, agcutil.dll)
- To locate this file, either go to Start>Search and search all files and folders for filename.dll or open My Computer>C:\ Hard Drive> Program Files> Common Files> Shared> Backup (note that this is the file path indicated in the error message above).
- Right-click and rename the file to filenameOLD.dll. Do not rename the file named MSVCR80.DLL!
- eBahn should now run normally.
Some users have reported that they have been able to successfully rename files while in safe mode. To start safe mode, hold the F8 key while restarting the computer. Once you have restarted in Safe Mode, go through the steps above to rename the file. This applies specifically to klscav.dll and bushell.dll files. Do not rename the file named MSVCR80.DLL!
Any error message about MSVCR80.dll may also be caused by a conflict with Windows Defender Beta installed on your computer.
The only fix we have successfully found was to uninstall Windows Defender Beta.
Below is a link to the Microsoft Knowledge Base so you can see some of the resolutions Microsoft is offering.
The easiest way to fix this error is to uninstall Windows Defender Beta.
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