|Never heard of that file, neither has google.|
It could be a virus or trojan that you have (or once had, leaving a registry entry behind).
For starters run your AV Scans. Next download, install and update and run MalwareBytes freebie as it sometimes finds what AV's miss.
If that doesn't help, type msconfig in the Run box. Look in the startup tab and if you can see the file mentioned untick it. If not install CCleaner and run that. I have some misgivings about registry cleaners but in this case it might be necessary to run one. The registry cleaner option in CCleaner is probably one of the safest.
Please come back and let us know how you got on.