I had a malware problem that has been resolved by the team at geekstogo and had been directed to this forum to hopefully get some help on an issue that developed during that process.
1. This is what I am experiencing: when I reboot my system, I get this error message:
"hkcmd.exe - Entry Point Not Found
The procedure entry point LoadSTRINGFrom HKCU could not be
located in the dynamic link library hccutils.DLL"
I got this after i had reinstalled the hccutils.DLL file that probably was deleted during the malware cleanup process.
An interesting find: I checked the properties of the hccutils.DLL file i downloaded and found that the info in the security tab concerning "full control" etc. is greyed out. I compared this to other DLL files in the system32 folder and noticed that those had bold black check marks in the same areas.
2. Another thing is that in the details tab, the hccutils.DLL, the product name is Intel® Common User Interface whereas those other DLLs i checked say Microsoft Windows Operating System.
3. The icon in the control panel for the Intel® GMA driver for Mobile is a blank page. It never was like that. I believe it was a blue square looking icon.
4. I stopped the "hkcmd.exe" from loaded at startup and the error message does not appear any longer.
I'm using vista sp1 home premium edition.