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Hi,

I hope this is the right area for this. A friend brought me a laptop that was having pop up issues. I investigated and found alot of missing patches and toolbars galore so i cleaned house from add/remove programs. The problems have stopped but now on log in windows tells me it can,t find two DLL files (gudadamu.dll, gumolefe.dll)I would like to know if these are actual Windows file or if they were from the trouble maker.Thanks in advance for any help and GOD Bless

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thanks ill head over and check it out, I found that if i remove zanidubemo and cpm8726695d from my start up the warnings stop, not sure where he picked these up but im gonna put avast and glary on . He was using an out dated norton for protection..I'll explain to him about keeping virus database up to date =) Thanks again

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Hi,

I hope this is the right area for this. A friend brought me a laptop that was having pop up issues. I investigated and found alot of missing patches and toolbars galore so i cleaned house from add/remove programs. The problems have stopped but now on log in windows tells me it can,t find two DLL files (gudadamu.dll, gumolefe.dll)I would like to know if these are actual Windows file or if they were from the trouble maker.Thanks in advance for any help and GOD Bless

hello al b back,

have you tried to run the files through an online file scanner ? try to run them through Virus Total post back the url to the report & the files MD5 checksum

http://www.virustotal.com/

A friend brought me a laptop that was having pop up issues.

have you tried to run Malwarebytes ? if so results ?

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I searched for them both but nothing was returned but then I searched for what I thought might be the culprit when I started this(figured it was something I disabled) and sure enough dealio toolbar came back as being an unfriendly. I've ran a few scans and tried multiple restarts and everything seems to be going good now. I really want to say thanks for the assist and ill be adding virustotal.com and malwarebytes to my arsenal.

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I'm not able to scan the actual files any longer I belive they were deleted before my original post but there was still a startup entry for them and windows couldn't find them to start them. but once they were removed from the start up list it quit trying. I imagine I'll run up against this duo again and when I do I will run them through first so I can post the info for future issues.Thanks again

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