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RunDLL Error at start-up

rundll error appears everytime i turn on my laptop.

there was a problem starting
c:\user\samsung\appdata\roaming\newnext.me\nengine.dll

the specified module could not be found.
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  1. Best answer
    You might find this link useful - http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-windows_programs/nenginedll/464a2698-3e4b-41cf-a035-7ae3d43ede0c - even though it is for Vista.
    From a brief search it appears as though it is the remains of some malware that has been removed. You can try running MSCONFIG and look for it under Startup and/or Services and disable it from startup.
  2. kenrivers said:
    You might find this link useful - http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-windows_programs/nenginedll/464a2698-3e4b-41cf-a035-7ae3d43ede0c - even though it is for Vista.
    From a brief search it appears as though it is the remains of some malware that has been removed. You can try running MSCONFIG and look for it under Startup and/or Services and disable it from startup.


    ok, i'll try it, thank's kenrivers
  3. >Fire up Task Scheduler.
    >Click on "Display All Running Tasks" in the "Actions" tabs.
    >Remove the file name entry that matches the run dll error (the error had a file name location).

    This common old windows error. Everyone always assumes msconfig and services.msc as the run dll error fix. RUN DLL ERROR IS ALWAYS A SCHEDULED TASK WITH A MISSING LOCATION~ from say uninstalling or temp folder being cleared. please don't buy malware bytes as it almost never solves a windows problem.
  4. kenrivers said:
    You might find this link useful - http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-windows_programs/nenginedll/464a2698-3e4b-41cf-a035-7ae3d43ede0c - even though it is for Vista.
    From a brief search it appears as though it is the remains of some malware that has been removed. You can try running MSCONFIG and look for it under Startup and/or Services and disable it from startup.


    >Fire up Task Scheduler.
    >Click on "Display All Running Tasks" in the "Actions" tabs.
    >Remove the file name entry that matches the run dll error (the error had a file name location).
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