The file RUN32dll.EXE probably belongs to trojan malware called FTP_Ana. If you are getting adn error that it is missing it is likely that the file was removed by anti-virus software but there are still registry entries pointing to it. The first thing to try would be booting in safe mode and using system restore to roll the system back to a date before the trojan was installed. Due to the nature of this trojan, any number of changes may have been made to your system so the best solution will likely be to format the hard drive and re-load your operating system. If you have important data to preserve you could either replace the harddrive and retrieve the data later (instead of formatting) or connect your harddrive to another computer to retrieve the data before formatting,
Information about FTP_Ana: http://www.symantec.com/security_response/writeup.jsp?docid=2002-092316-4937-99&tabid=1
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Download a registry cleaning program, such as CCleaner
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Open the case and check the connections to your hard drive. You may have a faulty cable to the drive(usually the data cable) on the other hand your hard drive may have failed. Also check you don't have a disc in the optical drive(CD or DVD). Make Sure The Power Is Off before you open it.
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