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Wyrmz

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Hi, I don't know if this is the appropriate forum for this kind of problem but i was hoping I could get some help solving this;

C:\Windows\System32\lar\run.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error. try installing the program again using the origial installation media or contact your system administrator or the software vendor for support.

That message pops up everytime my computers boots up. Any ideas? I tried checking the folder but it's empty..

It's been doing it for a fe days and its getting kinda of annoying.

Thanks in advance.
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has anything on your system changed recently? Installed any new software? Having any pop ups or other flaky issues?
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Ive added many things. It's a new laptop so Ive been installing many games and applications. Cant even begin to name them all. I was however able to access the folder. It was set as hidden and found several files. I simply deleted them all and haven't had any pop-ups for several days now. I googled it and found it was just adware/spyware. Useless.

Thanx.
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Thats what I suspected it was. Feel free to stop by our Malware forum and get a checkup.
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I have the same problem but it doesn't let me erase it under the folder options it doesn't allow me to click special permissions in order to erase it. Does anybody know how to get around this and erase it? Thanks be well.
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