When I start my computer, I get an error message «Error loading C:\Users\jimhoss\AppData\Local\Temp\...» »

When I start my computer, I get three error messages concerning three different files.  They all have the same path and they all say
"Error loading C:\Users\jimhoss\AppData\Local\Temp\bsipi.dll".
"Error loading C:\Users\jimhoss\AppData\Local\Temp\udilt.dll".
"Error loading C:\Users\jimhoss\AppData\Local\Temp\mounINFO.dll".

I have Malwarebytes and run it a couple of times and I remove all the files it detects as malicious, but I still receive these error messages when I start my computer.  I also have MS Vista.

Hello

They seem to be the remnants entered boot for malware.

Malwarebytes is normally very good to remove things like that.

The problem persists after scanning, take these startup entries:

"How to use MSCONFIG in Windows Vista"

http://www.netsquirrel.com/Msconfig/msconfig_vista.html

You can also use this free program to do, too:

"Autoruns for Windows V11.32"

http://TechNet.Microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963902.aspx

See you soon.

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