xxyyvs.dll error at startup

I get an "error loading xxyyvs.dll", RunDLL error on startup. Run my anti-virus does not help. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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·                                 You could have, or still are, infected by malware; and it could also be a starting top left him entry.

Malware scan:

http://www.Malwarebytes.org/MBAM.php

Malwarebytes is as its name suggests, a Malware Remover!

Download the free Version from the link above.

Download, install, upgrade and scan once a fortnight...

 

How to use Malwarebytes once it is installed and updated:

1. open Malwarebytes > click the update tab at the top > get the latest updates.

2. on the Scanner tab, make sure that the Perform quick scan option is selected and then click on the Scan button to start scanning your computer

3 MBAM will now start to scan your computer for malware. This process can take some time.

4. when the scan is complete, a message box will appear

5. you must click on the OK button to close the message box and continue the process of Malwareremoval.

6. you will now be at the main scanner screen. At this point, you must click on the button to view the result .

7. a screen showing all of the malware displayed the program that is

8. you must now click remove selection button to remove all the listed malware. MBAM will now delete all of the files and registry keys and add them to the programs quarantine. When you remove files, MBAM may require a restart in order to eliminate some of them. If it displays a message stating that it needs to restart, please let him do. Once your computer has rebooted, and logged in, please continue with the remaining steps.

9. when MBAM has finished remove the malware, it will open the scan log and display it in Notepad. See the log as desired, and then close the Notepad window.

10. you can now exit the MBAM program.

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If the error persists after scanning, use the program to out startup:

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

This utility, which has a knowledge of auto-starting locations of any startup monitor, shows you what programs configured to run at system startup or login and that the entries in the order of processing windows. These programs include those in your startup folder, Run, RunOnce, and other registry keys. You can configure Autoruns to show other locations, including Explorer shell, toolbar extensions, helper objects to the browser, Winlogon notifications, auto and many start-up services even more. Autoruns goes way beyond the MSConfig utility bundled with Windows Me and XP.

See you soon.

Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner

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