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Since I just started to use windows 7 on my laptop, I don't know much... but I had a problem with the windows activation, so my windows crashed... and there was a way to fix it with the windows 7 installer (boot) dvd. I think that could be also useful to fix that "missing lpk.dll" problem: Just put in the dvd and reset the laptop, then boot from the dvd ...
Go into the MalwareBytes quarantine folder and restore all the files ("restore" means don't delete!). Shutdown MalwareBytes and don't open Photoshop yet. Do a system restore to an earlier date just before installing MalwareBytes. Your Photoshop will run! MalwareBytes goes after the amtlib.dll and BAK files, especially the ones installed with activators ...
Should be fine, except you should force it into the SFC repository (WinSxS) and then let SFC put it back where it should go (the "file not found" error is SFC telling you it can't find the known-good copy in the repository when trying to replace the one missing from System32).
Downloading of whatever is safe itself, and that's true not only for DLL but even for executable files (.exe and others), but running them is not safe.
The threat of a DLL would be if gets executed by an executable. But if you download a malicious DLL, there are several ways it can get executed at the request of a non-malicious executable. You don't want a malicious DLL sitting on your machine. For example, you probably have several executables on your machine right now that will happily load and execute ...
You get it directly from zlib website. There's a link pointing to Windows prebuilt version: http://www.winimage.com/zLibDll.
I've solved the problem this way: Search for the "MSComCtl2 DLL" and copy over the same path as the .vbp project. Then try to re-open the project. If this fail, register the file (in that path) usign RegSvr32. Work for me!
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