run32dll.exe deals repeatedly running in the taskbar

I have a problem on my windows 8 pro it works perfectly, but after 1 hour it crashes and when I open the Task Manager it has many processes run32dll.exe

Thnak you
Original title: help me

Hello Alexia.

Thanks for the reply.
Try to use your favorite search engine to search and download the required .dll file, install them and see if this helps you fix the problem.

Potentially dangerous... Much more of fake websites out there if you google "rundll32.exe".

To make sure, that it is not a malware, you can run a virus check using the tools below...
Security scanner
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