RUNdll error on startup pc appears "error loading Windows\TEMP\odbcwiz".

RUNdll error on startup pc appears "error loading Windows\TEMP\odbcwiz". I also noticed my cpu runs sometimes very high without running programs. audit in the process, it seems to be the system idle using a lot of cpu. My pc is several years old and think of memory starting to dissapate, I tried to remove the afew channels recently and I was wondering if that has something to do with the error.

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Were there any changes (hardware or software) to the computer before the show?

Method 1: Put the computer to boot and see if it helps.
To help resolve the error and other messages, you can start Windows Vista by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs. This type of boot is known as a "clean boot". A clean boot helps eliminate software conflicts.
 
Note: follow step 7 to reset the computer to start as usual after the boot process.
 
Method 2: Perform the steps from the link below and see if it helps.
 
Method 3:
Run a full scan with your antivirus software.
 
Hope this information helps.
 

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