Getting two RUNDLL errors when I log in.

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The missing DLL files are malware that was on your computer. Your anti-virus or anti-spyware probably removed them but didn't tell Windows to stop running them. You need one of the site malware removal experts to help with this.
 
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Write down the names of the dll files and then open regedt and search for those files and delete any values containing those files. Be careful when editing the registry, if you are not sure, back up the key before deleting the value. Simply save the key and if you have problems, log in with safe mode and double-click on the key file and it will restore it.
 
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