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Old 04-12-2008, 09:42 PM   #1
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recently got attacked by a virus and after removing got this errors whenever i boot up windows. im i likely to encounter any problems?
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Hmm, not sure about that .dll, doesn't seem like an actual system file to me. I think there could still be malicious crap in your system, do another scan. Personally I use a Spybot and Kaspersky combo.
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Run msconfig (if its still around in Vista) from "run apps" and take a look at what loads during boot. If you find entries with the names of the modules, delete them. The error messages may be a result of malware-affected config files trying to load the removed malware, and since they have be removed, you get an error saying that the files cannot be found.

It is a good idea to do another check to see if you have the malware 100% removed as GecT suggested.
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