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AutoIt Line 0 error and error 1935

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Hi. I keep on getting two errors on my computer the:


Line 0 (File"C:\Google\googleupdate.a3x"):
Error: Error opening the file.
 every time I start up my computer and error which says


Error 1935. An error occurred during the installation of assembly 'policy .8.0.Microsoft.VC80.CRT.type="win-32-policy'.version='8.0.50727.6195".publicKey Token='1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b".processorArchitecture='x86"". Please refer to Help and Support for more information.


every time I try and install MATLAB.


I have tried some of the solutions that I found online like downloading running the registry editor, downloading malware software for the first error and for the second error I have tried repairing Microsoft.Net Framework 4 client profile and fsutil resource setautoreset true c:\ 


I should let you know that my computer crashed a few weeks ago and these errors only popped up after I restored my computer to factory settings. Help with be very much appreciated.


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Welcome to G2G. Sorry for the delay. Since you restored your computer to factory settings the best place to start with your issue is our Windows forums. The experts there have more knowledge on software/hardware issues than many of us here as we specialize in malware removal. I'm not sure what operating system you have (i.e. Windows Vista, 7, 8) otherwise I would have moved your topic to the proper forum. I would recommend posting your issue in the appropriate forum. Thank you.

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