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That's weird, Is it a legitimate copy of windows? or a pirated copy? another question would be, do you have any messed up programs set to load at the start up? because that could cause the error your getting.
Your best bet is to try a system restore to a point before you installed the bad driver.
Click on START, PROGRAMS, ACCESSORES, SYSTEM TOOLS, System Restore. Then select Restore My Computer to an earlier time. Hopefully you will have a restore point dated just before you installed the driver. Restore to that point and see if it fixes the problem.
A DLL ("Dynamic Link Library") is a collection of subroutines (small programs) that can be used by many programs on your computer.This particular DLL is included with Version 7.1 of Microsoft's "C" programming-language.However, the appliation that tried to use the DLL is requiring a _newer_ version of that particular DLL.So, access http://support.microsoft.com to download and install the latest "runtime" library for their "C" programming language.
mimboot.exe is the startup application for Musicmatch Jukebox. It does not need to start with Windows. It looks like you may have deleted or unsuccessfully uninstalled Musicmatch Jukebox. Reinstalling the application should resolve the issue. If you don't want the program after the re-install simply uninstall it again in add/remove programs.
Please note: this can also be a trojan horse. If you haven't already I would suggest running a good anti-virus and anti-spyware program.