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c:\windows\system32\kolojebe.dll is not a valid windows


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I had super antispyware scan the entire computer, it found some infections, cleaned them up. After re-booting I get the error message "c:\windows\system32\kolojebe.dll is not a valid windows image" and as the computer is booting up more of the same error message comes up with the EXE file on top of the warning. EG "nerocheck.exe - bad image" and so on for several programs.
can anyone help me to remove this. Help much appreeciated, I am a novice when it comes to computers, so please try to explain as simply as possible. THX
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While I was waiting for a response from HJT team for help, I downloaded Malware-bytes and scanned the computer, it found over 65 infections. I ran the clean up and re-booted. ALL INFECTIONS appear to be gone. Just as a check, the most common multiple infections showed up as "TROJAN.VUNDO.H" so then i downloaded VUNDOFIX just to make sure if I had other infections, the scan came clean.

Thank goodness no more error messages. Thamnks malware-bytes and Vundo fix, you guys saved days of headaches and frustration.

I hope this solution helps many people.


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Vundo Fix
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