On startup, I get two error messages. Error loading C:\users\Jack\appdata\lcal\dmptexys.dll the specified module could not be found

On startup, I get two error messages. Error loading C:\users\Jack\appdata\lcal\dmptexys.dll the specified module could not be found

This could be caused by malicious software. Your antivirus may have removed part of it or prevent it install completely.

Run a full scan with your antivirus, download and run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware freehttp://malwarebytes.org/

To prevent the display of a message run Autoruns http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963902.aspx . You can look up the references to the file and disable the entries.

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