Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
That file belongs to the My Websearch toolbar, which is malware. If you have recently cleaned up your computer to remove malware, then a reference was left in Startup. If you have *not* recently cleaned up your computer, you need to do so.
I would suggest using Search and Destroy which you can get and use for free
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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