Possible solution from pcreview.co.uk:
1.. Double click on My Computer.
2.. Double click on the C: drive.
3.. Double click on the folder windows.
4.. Double click on the folder system32.
5.. Look for the file called DrvCheck.dll. Right click on the file and rename it to DrvCheckold.dll.
6.. Click on this link to download the new file: DrvCheck
7.. When asked to save the new file save the file in this directory. C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
8.. Reboot your computer.