I get an error code whenever I start my computer. I have loaded several packs of registry repair software but cannot get rid of the message. The message bed error loading c:\windows\system32\pofusido.dll the specified module is not found

I get an error code whenever I start my computer. I have loaded several packs of registry repair software but cannot get rid of the message. The message bed error loading c:\windows\system32\pofusido.dll the specified module is not found

Hello

I googled this file pofusido.dll and it could be caused by a virus.

I would suggest that you disable the restore mode as viruses use it to reinstall set apart them.

Download and install the free http://www.malwarebytes.org/

Restart the computer and keep pressing F8 to get into safe mode with network connection.

Once you have updated Malwarebytes run and see if it can remove the virus.

So delete all cookies in your internet Explorer.

Please keep in mind that my answer is based on the information in your message. More the better I can answer, Slan go foill, Paul

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