I get this error at startup: this application has failed to start because uncdms.dll was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix the problem

I recently did a full recovery on my pc.  I'm running on Windows XP Pro.  Since the resumption, I get this error at startup: this application has failed to start because uncdms.dll was not found.  Reinstalling the application may fix the problem.  I don't find Windows Search in my Add/Remove programs.  How can I uninstall it?

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The uncdms.dll file is associated with the Application of desktop search in Windows that is used to find and view an overview of the different types of files, such as documents, e-mail, photos and music files on a computer.

Methods of resolution:
 
I suggest you to download windows desktop search for additional and install.

 

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