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RUNDLL Errors on Startup


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RedHawke13

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Every time on windows start up I get the 2 following errors: "RUNDLL Error Loading C:\Documents and Settings\Alton Horsley\Local Settings\Application Data\advPathNet\BluetoothcrtLite.dll The specified module could not be found" and "RUNDLL Error Loading C:\Documents and Settings\Alton Horsley\Local Settings\Application Data\eCommonlink\CRLAuthenticationmon.dll The specified module could not be found"

I was trying to determine what they were but had no luck. So I am not sure if these are caused by spyware or just remaining entries from programs that were deleted etc? I read here that I should avoid registry cleaners, but I am not sure how to get rid of these rundll errors then. Any help/advice is greatly appreciated.
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SleepyDude

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Hi :welcome:

Yep Registry Cleaners aren't a good idea.

Please download Autoruns and save the file to the Desktop
- right click the file Autoruns and choose run as Administrator, let the program do the scan
- open the Menu Options -> Filter Options... -> unckeck Hide Windows entries
- let the program scan again
- press CTRL + F and search for BluetoothcrtLite.dll and CRLAuthenticationmon.dll you should find some entry's starting with rundll32 and referring the paths you post, uncheck the corresponding box's
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