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annoying dll run error at startup


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Every time I restart my computer I get two error messages. RUN DLL error loading module DOCEOC16B1 and I'm not sure exactly what the other one says but it's something about hotkeys and it auto-ends the applicaction and prompts me to report it to microsoft. It's really annoying how do I get rid of these and are they causing any real issues with my computer?
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Hi sinapse, welcome to Geeks To Go Forums. Well maybe it may not slow down Pc Preformance, but like you said:

It's really annoying

You can first try looking through your startup items and find where "RUNDLL32.EXE" is being used and then remove it. (Although "RUNDLL32.EXE" can be used for any program such Graphic driver and malware) If you are firmilair with the startup, and it has nothing to do with high proirity startup, then you are safe to remove it.

But the fact that it may be malware, it is recommended you download "hijackthis" and save a log to "Malware Removal - HiJackThis Logs Go Here"

From here a Geeks To Go Trusted Staff will identify your problem, speed up proccess and fix any other errors that may be lurking your computer.

Goodluck :tazz:
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