Double trouble with Firefox after uninstalling applications

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I have attempted to uninstall the DownloadAccelerator Plus, Speedbit and Babylon on my computer.

When I restarted my pc, I can no longer use Mozilla Firefox as my browser although Internet Explorer 9 works perfectly.

Firefox gives two errors:

There was a problem starting msizpa32.dll" and The specified module could not be found".

Removing those applications may have caused this problem, it might have included a certain file also being used by Firefox.

I need help in fixing this issue without installing those applications back again.

Answered By 0 points N/A #117921

Double trouble with Firefox after uninstalling applications



I've read your problem about your browser and I feel sorry for that. But I could give you some advices that could help to solve your problem.

You said that there are two errors found when you're trying to open the Mozilla firefox? Let's start to brought out on what is the use of DLL file extensions in running a application.

What is DLL?

Dynamic Library Link- it is a library that contains a code and data that holds a program. Without DLL a program cannot function very well, for example, if there's a DLL file missing in your application, when you open it there's 95% chance that error message will pop-up and saying that something's wrong with your application.

Reason why DLL files are missing or being corrupt:

1. When adding or removing programs to your computer, DLL files often become lost or corrupted.

2. Viruses can penetrate your system32 folder specially when you're connected to the internet and you're always downloading files from untrusted websites or even in simply browsing.

*system 32- It is the core of operating system, this is where the programs stored files when running and the DLL files located.

You can fix the missing DLL files and download it. But make sure you know the exact name of the missing DLL file. It can be downloaded to the internet; there are some popular and reliable software that can help you to fix the errors.

In your case, msizpa32.dll was unable to start so it was corrupted or removed. It is strongly recommend that you must reinstall your application by downloading it again to But if it's nothing working again, you have a problem with system32 folder located at hard drive C: where the operating system is stored.

Note: Please be sure that your anti-virus and malware software is working properly so that you can protect your computer from viruses and before putting add-ons in your browser, make sure that you’re going to use it and read all the instructions indicated while installing and installing the application.


I hope this was helped. Thank you.






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