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iexplorer.exe - Entry Point Not Found


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Titanhex

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I left for a while and my brother ended up causing some issue with the web browser, doing who knows what.
The following is the error I recieve when trying to open Internet Explorer:

"The procedure entry point SetDllDirectoryW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll."

I've done the entire guide on removing malware provided by this forum, even making sure to get one Trojan/Virus remover and then removing it and getting another and scanning to make sure I got all of it. I have the rootrepeal.txt if you need it, as well as the OT report.

I've also done a sfc /scannow succesfully.

So, with all these attempts at fixing my comp, and no luck, what should I do now? Anyone able to tell me why this is happening for iexplore?
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An update. I installed Windows XP Service Pack 3 to see if that would fix it. I kept getting a popup informing me to install Windows XP Service pack to stay secure. So I installed it and now the error is:

iexplore.exe - Ordinal Not Found
The ordinal 410 could not be located in the dynamic link library urlmon.dll.
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