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Lost a .dll file

Every time I start my machine, as soon as I log in a message comes up saying I lost khfCuTND.dll but the thing seems to run fine, I would just at least like to stop seeing that stupid message. I'm not sure how I lost it but I just need my .dll file back!

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  • Hunter Williams
    Hunter Williams Feb 15, 2009

    Thanks, and actually I have always used Spybot. Now, any ideas on getting that message to stop showing?


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A file with that name is not lested on any website as part of known software.

That is probably a virus that had been found and deleted by your regular antivirus.

You can try to find out by installing and running a scan with spybot, the download link is below:

The home of Spybot-S&D!

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

  • Ginko
    Ginko Feb 16, 2009

    If you are skilled enough you can use hijack this to stop the process. Hijack this is a software tool that edits your system registry and if you use it in the wrong way you can damage Windows.

    |MG| HijackThis 1.99.1


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