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Unread postby PCTom » March 25th, 2009, 10:10 pm

My friends Dell 4550 series desktop PC had several system files that were infected. I used AVG to clear out all the malware that was affecting it. After I gave it back another infection occurred. My friend used AVG which had been updated to catch the bug that had infected. Instead of the bug/s being quarinteened and the infected files fixed they were deleted. The PC seems to be working fine now, but the following 2 messages appear when ever the PC is turned on "error loading C:WINDOWS\system32\isyacgqo.dll" and "error loading
C:WINDOWS\system32\wtkfjoom.dll" I think they are library files referring to the malware that was infecting them. Does anyone know how I can remove those error messages?
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Re: Need help Loading Error-.dll at startup.

Unread postby NonSuch » March 25th, 2009, 11:42 pm

I suggest you have your friend register here and then post their HijackThis log. No advice can be given without logs for diagnosis.

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