Fix pwrshsip.dll errors
pwrshsip.dll is a DLL file which is responsible for component Crypto SIP provider for signing and verifying PowerShell script files (.ps1/.ps1xml) in Windows systems like Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit. It was created on 7/13/2009 4:49:02 PM, the size is 28672 bytes and its version is 6.1.7600.16385.
pwrshsip.dll can be infected by virus TrojanProxy:Win32/Daemonize.K which spreads through social network Wattpad to download and install malware Okoker Optimize Expert on the affected machines.
Once infected, the file path of pwrshsip.dll will be re-set as:
And the software like PC game Command & Conquer: Generals 2, Web browser RockMelt 0.9.71.128 or antivirus GDATA Home Security can't start up, along with error message:
pwrshsip.dll is missing or was not found.
When you restart your computer, you would receive pwrshsip.dll blue screen of death (BSOD), along with stop error code:
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APPCRASH Excel 2013 (Add-ins)
Hi everyone. Windows 8.1 x64 Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 x 86 I'm experimenting an error when i close Excel after have used some add-ins. The add-ins are necessary to the operation of my program (accounting department). This is the screen (Spanish): If i select "Depurar el programa" that means Debug the program: " I can't disable add-ins because my clients demand it. I need help to fix this error keeping the add-ins. The issue affects to various machines, even formatted computers, so dismiss reinstall Microsoft Office. Thank you.
I highly recommend that you post a new topic in the TechNet forums . But before posting or creating a new topic, you can also check on the said forum if other customers are experiencing the same concern. If you have any further questions with regard your device, feel free to post it here and we'll be happy to assist you.
NEW UPDATE. I downloaded Windows Debbuging Tools and check Excel.exe. When i close the program, in the log appears the next lines: Thu Apr 6 16:57:08.628 2017 (UTC + 2:00): ModLoad: 65b40000 65b68000 C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\ntmarta.dll Thu Apr 6 16:57:09.663 2017 (UTC + 2:00): (934.5d0): Access violation - code c0000005 (first chance) First chance exceptions are reported before any exception handling. This exception may be expected and handled. *** ERROR: Symbol file could not be found. Defaulted to export symbols for C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\KERNEL32.DLL - *** ERROR: Symbol file could not be found. Defaulted to export symbols for C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\MSVBVM60.DLL - eax=17e23350 ebx=17c75cc4 ecx=17e23353 edx=17c7a000 esi=00001000 edi=749b2410 eip=749b2472 esp=025ce7cc ebp=025ce7fc iopl=0 nv up ei pl nz na pe nc cs=0023 ss=002b ds=002b es=002b fs=0053 gs=002b efl=00210206 KERNEL32!IsBadReadPtr+0x62: 749b2472 8a08 mov cl,byte ptr [eax] ds:002b:17e23350=??
Hi Vizfranz. I'm in a company dedicated to create contability programs. Development deparment designed the add-ins in Visual Basic 6 to use it with the company apps. The add-ins works on Systems x86. A man said me that could be something with ntmarta.dll but removing this dll causes problems in the entire system. So, you recommend move this topic to TechNet forums or open new topic there? Thank you for your help :)
Hello, We would like to know more about your concern regarding the errors you encountered in Microsoft Excel. What are the add-ins in your Excel application? Where did you download the add-ins? To help you further with regard your concern, I highly recommend that you post your query in the TechNet forums .
How do you remove PowerShell from my computer?
I have a Windows 7 laptop, I have had it since 2012. I just started getting a notification from my security software stating that SONAR has blocked suspicious behavior. When I go in to view the details it says that it is with Powershell.exe I have looked for help with how to remove this from my computer but I have only found how to uninstall the program. Powershell is not in my Programs, I found it actually in my system folder. I right clicked on it and there was no option to uninstall only delete and was concerned that this would not remove it completely. Can I remove this and if so, how? This is the path to the location: Computer>Gateway (C:)>Windows>System32>WindowsPowerShell>v1.0 Also, here is the list of the other things located here that appear to be related to PowerShell. I want to get rid of all of it if I can as I don't want something that is not safe on my computer. powershell powershell_ise PowerShellCore.format PowerShellTrace.format PSEvents.dll pspluginwkr.dll pwrshmsg.
Although you can uninstall PowerShell, PowerShell itself is highly unlikely to be your problem. It's much more likely that you have downloaded a malicious script file that is running using PowerShell. Look more closely at the warning messages from your security software. Windows 7 comes with PowerShell 2.0 built in. I've seen suggestions that you can uninstall PowerShell by going to Control Panel > Programs and Features and clicking "View Installed Updates" and then searching for PowerShell. However, because I've upgraded my Windows 7 system to PowerShell 5.0, I can't confirm that using that as a search term will work. If you don't find "PowerShell" in Installed Updates, look for "Windows Management Framework" and if you find that, do some Google research on the KB number associated with it. You don't want to uninstall the baby along with the bath water. If I were you, however, rather than attempting to uninstall PowerShell, I would either scan my system with both of the following
I have Norton Security so I see no reason to scan with those others that you mentioned. The notification from SONAR (Norton) specifically states, powershell.exe tried to do something suspicious. I am still getting the notifications. I happens about every hour or so, everyday. It also says, On computer as of 8/20/2017 at 12:05:20 AM and then on each new notification that I get says, Last Used and gives date and time. This is the one that I just got as I was typing this reply, 3/12/2018 at 12:02:18. I have tried to find anything that was added, updated or changed on my computer on 8/20/2017 at 12:05:20 AM and also on 03/08/2018 and I can't find anything. I did a Windows 7 re-install sometime in 2017 but don't remember when, I suppose it's possible it could have been August, but the first of these notifications from Norton's SONAR was on 03/08/2018. So really not sure what to do. I have Googled PowerShell and there are a lot of things that come up that relate to hackers and PowerShell so
If you're so confident of Norton's efficacy, why are you concerned about suspicious behavior? I repeat, PowerShell itself is perfectly safe; script files that use PowerShell may be malicious. Based on your descriptions, I doubt very much that you'll find anything that was added, updated or changed on your computer at any of those specific dates and times. It seems much more likely that there is a script file that is being triggered, either by time or by some event. Whenever the script tries to run, your security software detects it and issues the alert. I'm a bit surprised that the Norton alert only mentions PowerShell without also giving you information about the script file. If that is indeed the case, this is yet another substantial failure of Norton security software. Although you can't, in fact, remove PowerShell v.2 from Windows 7, you can do a few things to prevent it from running unauthorized scripts, although a determined attacker can probably circumvent these measures. Scroll down and UNcheck the box to "Hide extensions for known file types" Click OK
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