Driver window and Error loading RUNDLL

Hewlett-packard / Ed898aa-aba a1213w
August 23, 2009 at 15:05:17
Specs: Microsoft Windows XP Professional Version 2002 SP2, 730 MHz / 128 MB
Hi. My computer got a nasty virus a long time ago but i was able to fix it myself to some extent with the aid of antivirus, cleaning programs, and following the forums that had my problem. However, I still have some issues. I think the virus is gone but now every time a start my computer a windows page opens with a list of drivers on it and then I little message pops up saying:

Error loading C:\WINDOWS\system32\cvrshvhb.dll
The specified module could not be found

I do'nt think this is how the computer should behave. Do i still have the virus? Please help!!! Thank you for your time. I will really appreciate if you can help me.


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#1
August 23, 2009 at 16:15:37
If you google cvrshvhb.dll and don't find it, it is probably some form of malware.
Try updated scans with Malwarebytes
http://www.filehippo.com/download_m...
and remove all it finds. Avast free will also help to get rid of most infections
http://www.filehippo.com/download_a...
and allow it to do a bootscan on reboot. Move all it finds to the chest

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#2
August 23, 2009 at 20:22:49
Thanks. I did what you said and Malwarebytes eliminated like 429 viruses. WOW! Thats a lot. This got rid of the driver page and the "error loading RUNDLL" pop up. Thanks again. Then i ran Avast but i dont think it worked like it was suppose to. At the boot up scan, it ended quickly and didnt find anything. Everything was 0's. I dont think it even scan anything. Then i tried to run it again and it told me that the library was damage or something. Then i tried to unistall it so i could install it again but i couldnt even do that.

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#3
August 23, 2009 at 21:04:04
doesn't sound like avast installed properly. The Bootscan takes quite awhile to run, depending on HD size and content.

Did you by chance have norton or mcAfee installed? If so, you may want to go to their websites and use their uninstaller.

You can also try uninstalling avast and installing it again and once again do a bootscan on reboot, that should find whatever Malwarebytes may have missed.
Here is the uninstaller for Avast:
http://www.avast.com/eng/avast-unin...

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