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C:\Users\toshiba\AppData\Roaming\fyxegtbu.dll I have a toshiba M300 satellite,it gives the error C:\Users\toshiba\AppData\Roaming\fyxegtbu.dll when i start my laptop Plssssss help

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    Justin May 11, 2010

    Do you use any registry cleaners? Because that is a system file, and it appears to be missing

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You have Malware or Spyware. If you can load your destop, download and run http://malwarebytes.org and http://www.spybot.com. If you can't load your desktop, download (including updates) from another computer and run on your desktop. Good luck.

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    Was this helpful ??? Resolve your problem ?? Thanks.




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    No. the computer will not start or show a screen

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