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Rundill c\\windows\\kbdscscl.dll cannot be found when starting. where can I find

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November 8, 2010 12:39:01 PM

terence corkery said:
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When computer starts message c\windows\kbdscecl.dll cannot be found. Is there some place I can down load? or how to stop this error msg Thanks Terry



I'm guessing at kbd pointing to something connected with your keyboard. Is there anything special about it it? Did it come with an installation CD? Go into Control Panel>System>Hardware>Device Manager, find the keyboard and click to update the driver. That might help.

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November 18, 2010 12:41:19 AM

sent a note to Saga lout with thanks, but still have the problem. I have since noticed that event log does not work as well. this causes the firewall not to work. Have been fighting with virus' all week, xp 2010, antivirus 2011. This is really creating havoc with me and the computer.
I have Mcaffee anti virus but not impressed. thanks for concern...cheers!
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November 18, 2010 4:50:30 AM

terence corkery said:
Have been fighting with virus' all week, xp 2010, antivirus 2011. This is really creating havoc with me and the computer.
I have Mcaffee anti virus but not impressed. thanks for concern...cheers!



McAfee can't cut it with threats like those and they need to be dealt with in a certain order to be sure they're cleared out properly. Start off by downloading a few helpful things.

First get CCleaner from http://www.piriform.com and ATF Cleaner from http://www.atribune.org and use both to clear out the clutter files where nasty stuff can hide. It will also make scanning faster and more effective. Then download and install MalwareBytes from http://www.malwarebytes.com and update it before restarting in Safe Mode and scanning with it. Remove everything it finds and restart. Run the Quick Scan in Normal Mode in case anything else shows up. McAfee might come alive during this process and find some things itself.

After that, go back into MBAM and click the Logs tab, then copy and paste both back here. You might still need a stronger tool for this one.

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November 18, 2010 5:37:00 PM

Run through the malware guide in my signature.
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December 19, 2010 5:39:58 AM

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December 19, 2010 10:33:50 AM

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