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"TrayApp" error and "no disc in Drive L" erro

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My boyfriend deleted a bunch of programs he thought he weren't using because our computer has been progressively getting slower. Since he has done this we get a "TrayApp" installing box that popups when the computer is turned on, we cancel out of it several times because we have no clue what it means and wasn't sure if it might be a virus. Also we get "no disk in Drive L" with the options to canel, continue, and try again. These pop up simultaneously and at start up and so far when using iTunes. Please help??
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How To Restore back to a earlier date.

To do a System Restore follow these steps:

 Click Start and then to All Programs
 Scroll to Accessories and then System Tools
 Click on System Restore
 A Welcome screen will come up and you need to click on Restore My Computer To A Earlier Date
 Then click on Next
 Now you will see in the window Select A Restore Point. From here select a date a couple of days before the problem started.
 Then click Next
 On the Confirm Restore Point Selection window verify the Restore Point you chose is correct.
 Close all open programs and click Next
 The computer will now automatically shut down and reboot. When it restarts you will see ”Restoration Complete” page and then click OK
 Once you have made sure that everything is now running correctly then please reply back with the results.
If this does not work then follow the next steps to do a Repair Installation
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