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unload.msi problem

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Betty Ann

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On startup, Windows Installer keeps trying to intall a package "unload.msi". In the event view section is states, detection of product (and gives a really long set of nbrs & ltrs) feature "unload" failed during request for component (and again another set of really long nbrs etc). The resource c:\windows\system32\mfcd71.dll does not exist.

How can I get rid of this? Help!!
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It appears to be a randomly named DLL. Please start with our malware cleaning guide, and then post a new topic in the malware forum.
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