opticalzoom74 wrote:Spectre557 wrote:Well done, but it still sounds like you're patching up problems as they appear, not treating the cause. Call me a pessimist, but I don't see a bright future for your poor old Dell D400. There's no telling what kind of further damage the virus(es) did, not to mention any unrelated clutter and fragmentation.
But oh well, it's your computer. Good luck with it
Yes it was a bit of a patch job but it worked for now, You are not a pessimist by far but i now have new problems with it, Seeing how the anti-virus deleted a lot of files i now am getting error messages after a restart saying "Error loading C:\Windows\friza.dll The specified module cold not be found also a C:\Windows\etozawufileufi.dll
Any suggestions on getting rid of these errors..??
Look, your choices are either to do a re-install of the operating system, or to patch up each problem individually as it appears. If you choose to do the latter, then you're going to have to rely less on the forums and more on Google, I'm afraid.