RUNDLL errors when logging on

February 28, 2011 at 12:49:42
Specs: Windows XP SP3, Intel Pentium Dual Core/504MB RAM
I had two rouge viruses (1) Disk Optimizer Virus & (2) System Tool 2011, tried scanning with Malwarebytes and it did not find anything wrong with the computer. Then I updated the definitions and it found the Rouge.FakeHDD, Trojan.Agent, Rouge.Agent and other problems, it was over 50 infections. I deleted the items and rebooted the computer. Now when I login under a user name, I get the following errors:

Error loading
C:\Documents and Settings\User Name\Local Settings\Application Data\anuzagov.dll
The specified module could not be found.


Error loading
C:\Documents and Settings\User Name\Local Settings\Application Data\donpiest.dll
The specified module could not be found.

I have no idea what this means, it comes up in two separate windows. I am thinking that the virus is still on the computer and is still trying to load, but Malwarebytes scan does not find anything nor does Spyware Doctor.

The errors only happens under one user not the other uses, as far as I know.



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#1
March 2, 2011 at 05:11:40
You are still infected, run this.

Using ESET's Online Scanner
General clean up and Prep (Do prior to any AV scans)
http://www.computing.net/howtos/sho...
http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showth...
http://www.eset.eu/online-scanner
How can I view the log file from ESET Online Scanner?
http://www.eset.eu/eset-online-scan...
The ESET Online Scanner saves a log file after running, which can be examined or sent in to ESET for further analysis. The path to the log file is "C:\Program Files\EsetOnlineScanner\log.txt". You can view this file by navigating to the directory and double-clicking on it in Windows Explorer, or by copying and pasting the path specification above (including the quotation marks) into the Start ? Run dialog box from the Start Menu on the desktop.


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#2
March 2, 2011 at 11:37:38
When I try to uninstall the old Java and update it to the newest version, I get the following message: The system administrator has set policies to prevent this installation. I log in to the Administrator account in safe mode. Am I doing this correctly? or should I just log in under the regular account. Actually, whenever I try to install a new program the same message comes up.

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