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On booting up this morning, my computer gave me an error message "Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library" and a message referencing "...SharedCOM/RoxWatchTray.exe". I went to start Malwarebytes but got another run-time error, 372.

The Taskbar has disappeared so I've tried opening programs through Task Manager>File>New Task, but most don't work. I was able to run a hijackthis log, paste it to MS Word and post it, using another computer, to an analyzer. I "fixed" the suggested entries and ran a new scan that came up clean... but the problems persist. The latest log is attached.

Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Bob M.


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