Error message: "error loading C:\Users\name\CNMSSC~1.DLL".

when I start my computer, I get this error message:

Error loading C:\Users\name\CNMSSC~1.DLL

C:\ Users | name | CNMSSA ~ 1.DLL

is not a valid Win 32 application

Can someone tell me how to get rid of this error?

This module seems to be related to the Canon printing software. Try to uninstall the printer and reinsert.

If you don't have a Canon printer, use Msconfig to check startup programs and disable all entries in this program, you will find. If you do not do so with Msconfig, download and run Autorunshttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963902.aspx . You can get this program here and disable it.

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