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Curlyq

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I appear to have 'lost' the file rundll32.exe.

My Firewall, Outlook Express. Systeme restore etc are no longer accessable.


I have run a full Scan with AVG, Spyware Doctor, Registry Mechanic and Prevx malware. All report no problems.

Computer just has a mind of its own at the moment. While not connected to the ineternet my programs run normally but Startup is hit amd miss.

Unfortunately, I have a Time Computer with XO preinstalled and no Backup disk. Time Computers went into liquidation some time ago.

I have tried a download of SP2 but it begins ok but after a while it reorts an error and cannot compltete.

Any ideas please?

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I appear to have 'lost' the file rundll32.exe

How do you know?
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I receive an error message:

Windows can't find rundll32.exe
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Can you try to reinstall your nVidia GPU drivers? nVidia.com
It's probably malware infection though, have you followed the steps described here first?

Edited by lostos, 26 May 2009 - 05:11 AM.

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We need exact message, because normally, message like this displays a path to missing file.
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