It doesn't seem to affect my computers performance in any way, it's just REALLY ANNOYING.
A search around a few places online shows no trace of a .dll by that name existing. Any ideas?
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That file has most likely been removed at some point but the registry entry which calls/loads it everytime Windows starts has been left behind.
Hence the error. Easiest (and safest) way to remove the entry is with 'Ccleaner' from here: http://www.filehippo...nload_ccleaner/
Install it & start it.
Click 'Tools', then 'Startup'.
Find the entry which refers to "Nlexic.dll"
Highlight that line.
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