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error in D0CE0C16B1, aurora, overall slowness

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:tazz: So I come back to my hometown and my family's computer has gone down the toilet so I'm trying to help fix it. Unfortunately, I dont really know what I'm doing. Its a pretty old Gateway comp, just upgraded from Windows ME (yikes) to XP (whew) which split the harddrive into two parts- C and E- I'm not sure if thats normal. We get Aurora pop-ups but those seem to have dwindled after all the scans and checks. Now we're getting an error when we first log on from RUNDLL saying there was an error with D0CE0C16B1 (this only started happening after the cleanups i used as instrcted before posting a HijackThis log). The whole system is pretty slow and I'm hoping I can improve it this way with the help of a wonderful computergeek superhero.

Anything else I should do before posting a HT log?
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