Error loading c:\programdata\microsoftservicetray.dll the specified module could not be found

I'm as Vista Home Premium on an HP of Notebook.The above error message is displayed at startup. I recently had an unexpected stop down and the computer restarts until it done a system restore. Since then, I get the error. Otherwise, I can't say that there is a problem and the system seems to work very well. Anyone know what this system tray or it does and if it is important? Is there somewhere I can go and download any module it is? Is it a thing of Windows or another program of MS? I tried a couple of the miracle solution and that they will not detect.

Hello

·         You did changes to the computer before the show?

Method 1: Try to boot in safe mode and check if you get the same error at startup. Check out the following link to start the computer in safe mode.

http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows-Vista/start-your-computer-in-safe-mode

If the problem does not occur in safe mode then, restart the computer in clean boot in order to check whether a third-party program is causing the problem. To configure your computer to clean boot follow the link

http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/929135

Note: When you are finished troubleshooting, follow step 7 article to start on normal startup.

Method 2: I suggest that you can exercise SFC scan and check if it helps. To do this, please see the following article. The SFC/SCANNOW command. analyzes all protected system files and replaces incorrect versions with appropriate Microsoft versions. For more information how to make SFC / scan, please follow this link:

http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/929833

Method 3: I also suggest you to run a full scan of the system on the computer by using the Microsoft Safety Scanner and check if the computer is infected with the virus.

You can download and run the Microsoft Safety Scanner from the following link.

http://www.Microsoft.com/security/scanner/en-us/default.aspx

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