Run a legacy CPL high at the start of Windows 7 64 bit

Original title: Run a legacy CPL high

Dear all,

Since a few days on my computer asks me to 'run a legacy CPL high '. I am new to computers and this thing means nothing to me.  I have no I idea, if I did something stupid for installed programs...  Please note that I'm using windows 7, 64 bit...  I write in the way that shows on the small window.

C:Windows\SysWow64\RunLegacyCPL Elevated.exe "Shell32.dll.control_RunDLL

Can someone help

Kind regards

Stanley.

Hi Stanley,

(1) remember you to make changes to the computer?

(2) did you run anti-virus such as suggested by Irfan H?
http://social.answers.Microsoft.com/forums/en-us/vistaprograms/thread/5b396a1a-1371-4f4f-ABD0-fe61df0f7110

Method 1: Put the computer to boot and then check if the problem persists

Follow step 1 in the link below,
How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7

 

If everything works well after a clean boot, you can deduce that some third-party services are at the origin of the problem.

Continue with the remaining steps to pin-point on the third party service.

After find you the program that is causing the problem, you will have to perhaps to update or install a newer version of the program, if you rarely use that you should consider uninstalling the software.

Important: n ' forget not to put the computer to a normal startup follow step 7 in the link.

Thanks and greetings

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