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30-10-2001, 06:47 PM
Attempted instal of this application from PC World July CDROM failed with message
'A required DLL file MSVBVM60.DLL not found.'
Where & how can I find the missing link?
Where does VBS Defender instal to?

30-10-2001, 08:08 PM
Try this
http://www.milori.com/developer/runtimes/

I think VBS Defender is just change your file associated in your windows. It doesn't install anything into your computer. It is more like change your computer setting.

30-10-2001, 08:38 PM
Assuming you don't actually need VBS/JS scripting then just disable it.

Just goto into C:\WINDOWS and rename Wscript.exe to Wscript.exe.bak

Then go into C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND and rename Cscript.exe to Cscript.exe.bak.

This will stop scripts from being able to be executed.

Unfortunatly just removing 'Windows Scripting Host' from add/remove programs doesn't work and the file associations seem to get reset.

31-10-2001, 09:00 AM
Thanks for your reply.
Have found the site but have been unable to download the file. Keep getting message 'unable to find server'?
Will try again later.
Regards
Peter

31-10-2001, 09:11 AM
Thanks for your reply.
I have only average ability with computers and no real experience with DOS commands
[I am assuming your instructions relate to DOS entries.]and would need some further help in stepping through the changes you have suggested.
I do not do programming so can see no requirement to have visual basic script available. Presumably de-activating it will not affect any other existing programmes or applications?
Regards
Peter

31-10-2001, 11:30 AM
Hello Peter,

If you wish to run VBS defender, you must have the required Visual Basic runtime files, (Download them as a single exe file, that just requires double clicking to execute from the following link)
The VBS defender utility is a type of antivirus, it changes various attributes and registry settings used by VBS worm viruses.
I recommend you get the runtime files regardless of running VBS Defender or not as there are quite a few utilities you may choose to install later that will probably need them.
http://dllstar.hypermart.net/

Regards

Alan

31-10-2001, 02:00 PM
Hello Alan
Many thanks for your reply.
I went to http://dllstar.hypermart.net/
the site has now consolidated with a second site and has a new address at http://www.uforesources.com
The Visual basic runtimes files are still downloadable from the old site but other DLL's are at the new site.
VBS Defender is now installed and active.
Regards
Peter