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Luyehedu.dll and yetanehe.dll are not part of Windows, and they have been installed by a third party software or a malaware.
Ensure that the antivirus is running and that it is up to date.
To fix the problem you can try doing a system restore before the problem happened.
You find system restore on Start Button>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System restore. When doing system restore chose a close date before the problem started.
If Explorer has still problems after restore , try downloading IE8 from link at the bottom
If that does not work, then download the software Hijack This from the link below.
Trend Micro HijackThis
Do a scan with hijack this but DO NOT change anything , or you can damage the system. Publish here the output log from hijack this, and I will tell you what entries to remove to fix the DLL problem.
After fixing the DLL install Internet Explorer 8 to repair the browser.
See: Internet Explorer 8: Home page.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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