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snowball effect of Userenv.dll not found

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by inbred, Jul 3, 2007.

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  1. inbred

    inbred Thread Starter

    May 23, 2007
    Hi you tech guys! Thanks for offering your services!

    I have a mess now on my hands after I incorrectly removed the wrong program that reminded me of spyware in a panic a couple months ago. I couldn't remember what the name of the program was, I just searched for everything related to what I could remember, one-click answers, and deleted it from my computer everywhere without using the proper add/remove program as Blue Zee was so kind to point out on another thread. But 1-click was the wrong program; I think the one that scared me was starware. Anyway, when I removed 1-click, I removed part of my mecanism to start up and/or download new things, and I can't anymore. Not even Firefox can download some of their stuff. Each time I start my computer I get the noise and a message saying userenv.dll not found. But now, I am getting more and more errors: in the script, shell32.dll, oe0187bff775B4, and the computer freezes and turned off once.

    My computer is a Compaq FP745A and uses Millenium 2000 unfortunately.

    Blue Zee says that now it's a question for the security experts.

    I want to download the CCleaner, but don't know if I can yet. What do you think?

    Please help me save my computer!

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