BronxKid

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  1. Just joined. My first post. Two "deep scans" ago, a-squared free found two high-risk trojans. One was deleted, the other not. As a result, after my desktop icons load, I get a pop-up saying: RUNDLL Error Loading c:\Windows\iyininozumah.dll The specified module could not be found A copy of my scan earlier today is attached. The new files in question that I could NOT delete today are the c:\program files\registry easy.....(at the top) I understand that "registry" issues are critical and the IT guy at work told me to run "MalwareBytes" anti-malware at home but the problem with the RUNDLL pop-up started after I did this. Not being very technical, I am now concerned. He feels that the files were deleted but the virus is still trying to load, resulting in the message. Yet, a-squared still shows the files on my system which cannot be deleted. I am using a Dell Demension, Windows XP, Home Edition (ver. 2002) with Service Pak 3. Any advice and thank you in advance.