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C:\windows\system 32\lvfydjiu.dll file whats it

C:windowssystem 32lvfydjiu.dll file whats it do, why cant windows find it on opening, is it important in sending emails,

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Well, a google search didn't return any results. Sounds to me like a minor piece of malware tried to embed itself into your system and got removed by an AV or AS machine. If your system is starting just fine, I wouldn't worry about it.

You might be able to rid yourself of the error message by checking your registry for errors. You can use CCleaner to do just that. Just make sure to make a registry backup before cleaning the files it finds. After the registry cleanup attempt a disk defragmentation. You can use either the default windows defragmentation tool (Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>Disk Defragmenter) or a more advanced tool with a 30-day free trial. O&O Defrag is great at defragmenting your hard-drives and will do an exceptional job at cleaning up and organizing your drive.

Sorry I can't give you an exact answer. I mean it's rare when not even Google can return results on a, "system" .dll. So this is obviously some form of registry error or malware that was erased by an AV or AS machine.

I hope you get your issue resolved.

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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