When I restart the computer, I get 2 boxes of RunDLL error appearing

Hi guys,.

When I restart the computer, I get 2 RunDLL error boxes that appear.  They do not seem to affect the performance of the computer, but they must mean something.  If I need, where can I get the new?

Descriptions of the errors are...

RunDLL
THERE WAS A PROBLEM STARTING
C:\USERS\ROSS\APPDATA\ROAMING\C_28595R.dll
THE SPECIFIED MODULE COULD NOT BE FOUND

RunDLL
THERE WAS A PROBLEM STARTING
C:\USERS\ROSS\APPDATA\ROAMING\pegibbfcm.dll
C:\USERS\ROSS\APPDATA\ROAMING\pegibbfcm.dll IS NOT a VALID WIN32 APPLICATION

I am running Windows 7 and my last update was KB2709981

Thank you

Ross_911

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