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[Our Support 2016-01-20]buzzbuilder.dll
buzzbuilder.dll has been identified as Adware.Crossrider.BrowserExtension and is therefor removed by some antivirus.
According to Reason core security "This adware (PUP) component is part of a Crossrider web browser toolbar/extension that will inject display advertisements in the browser including banner and text-link ads that would not normally appear in the underlying web page."
If you trust buzzbuilder.dll, re-install the software, and exempt it from your antivirus.
To simply remove errors for buzzbuilder.dll, follow these instructions;
1. Download the free program Autoruns by Microsoft.
2. Find the yellow highlighted Image Paths that ends with buzzbuilder.dll. Usually you can locate those image paths from the tab named "Scheduled Task" or Logon.
3. Right click any yellow highlighted row ending with buzzbuilder.dll and choose delete.
4. Try to find all yellow highlighted Image Paths that ends with buzzbuilder.dll from "Everything" tab, delete them. NOTE: Carefully choose image paths that ends buzzbuilder.dll only, if you deleted paths that are not highlighted then it might cause some trouble booting your PC.
5. Reboot Computer