For those who like to live on the edge:
Remember that there is a change when you install this on your workstation you might need to reinstall Vista if problems occurs, I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE for this.
Let’s say you are one of the gifted persons to have MSDN access.
Let’s say you use Vista 64-bit (I don’t know if the problem occurs on 32-bit).
Let’s say you want to download something from MSDN with Microsoft File Transfer Manager.
And it does not work.
Well use this workaround:
First: download the File Transfer Manager from here.
Download and install the MSI. The default path is c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft File Transfer Manager”. Remember this.
Then use Firefox to go to the MSDN website, start a download, and it will prompt you to do something with the default.aspx. Well open that file with the File Transfer Manager. And it works!
DO NOT REMOVE user32.dll, even though AVG 8 states that there is a virus in the file.
Doing so will remove the file, and cause a BSOD, and makes your system unable to boot.
It marks the file as infected with Trojan Horse PSW.BANKER4.APSA.
Possibilities are to wait for an update from AVG, or (preferably) upgrade to XP SP3!