weedman 18:10 23 Feb 2009

On start up I get the following message,

The specified module could not be found.
This has happened since I uninstalled Kodak Easyshare, would be very grateful for some help in getting rid of it.

cheers WEEDMAN.

  MAT ALAN 18:16 23 Feb 2009

You have remnants of the uninstalled prog still on your PC, try a manual search for anything related to Kodak and delete what you find...

click here the prog in the link will help...

Any files that you cannot delete from the manual search try this
click here

  weedman 14:01 24 Feb 2009

I have deleted all Kodak and Easyshare files in Program and User files and it still pops up at startup - it came pre-installed on my Dell Inspiron 531 and now I can't re-install or get rid of Error Message.

  PO79 15:16 24 Feb 2009

Download cCleaner from click here and run the registry cleaner element. Also when you searched for remnants of the program did you search in hidden and system files, there may be parts of the program lingering there.

  weedman 17:07 24 Feb 2009

In the end I managed to re-install Kodak version 6.2 then uninstalled it and the problem seems to have gone. Thanks 4 help.

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