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nmctxth.exe - Bad Image?


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Brokencomputerguy

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Hi, im new to this but desporate.

Every time my HP Pavilion Laptop boots up i get the follow 2 error messages

nmctxth.exe - Bad Image
C:\windows\system32\sensapi.dll is either not designed to run on windows or it contains an error

dxdiag.exe - Bad Image
C:\windows\system32\sensapi.dll is either not designed to run on windows or it contains an error

these 2 error messages basically spam my screen after logon for approx 30 secs - 2 mins , however after i close them out they do not reappear again until restart. i dont know what they are where they came from but it seems to be effecting my computers performance


i've ran ad-aware and spybot and it says it found a worm and deletes it but it happens everytime i restart the computer

i dont know what to do please help
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