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Old 04-25-2011, 08:35 PM
Ernest J. Wawiorko Ernest J. Wawiorko is offline
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Default Missing DLL file.

ERROR LOADING: c\user\ewawiorko\AppData\local\oviwawanubil.dll

The specific module cannot be found.

2-3 days ago, F-prot said a file was corrupt, etc. It deleted the file I believe.

When I turn my PC on I get the above message.

I checked on the internet, etc. They say DLL files are pretty important. I cannot find a dll file named "oviwawanubil" or any information about such a file.

I have a T400 Lenovo. I can't find my discs. If you need any more information, just ask.

HELP. If this is something I cannot fix on my own, tell me.
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Old 04-26-2011, 12:33 AM
Destiny N. Nelson Destiny N. Nelson is offline
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This is not a legitimate DLL. It was probably some sort of infection that is still in your startup list. Do you get the error message when you log into Windows? You're probably getting the error because the file is supposed to load at startup, but no longer exists since you deleted it. This prompts an error message. It probably needs to be disabled at startup by using msconfig. Disabling things in msconfig is not something you should do if you're not comfortable with it. If you start to disable too much, you can prevent yourself from logging in. If you bring it to the Helpdesk, we can disable it for you.
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