How do I remove missing dll message on boot up?

  User3858 12:23 06 Dec 2013
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Hi there, I keep getting the following message on boot-up: Error, users\username\appdata\local\temp\CT321675\plugins\TBVerifier.dll not found. I've tried sfc \scannow etc. but all to no avail. Can anyone help?

  woodchip 15:18 06 Dec 2013

The Way I do it. Make an Exact note on paper of the dll including upper lower case letters then go to run and type Regedit, go to Edit in Menu under find type the Dll in the Box then press enter delete what it finds the press F3 to go to Next and so on until you get to End of Regedit. Before you start Find, make sure you click on the My computer Icon at the top left so it starts search at Root

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 15:47 09 Dec 2013

sound like you contracted the conduit virus and your antivirus has removed most of it.

Download Autoruns for Windows: No installation required. Simply unzip Autoruns.zip file, and double click on autoruns.exe file to run the program.

UN-check:

"ConduitFloatingPlugin_lckhfkchegmijelhopmcncefmhlmfagm"

Restart computer, re-run Autoruns, right click on the above entry and click "Delete".

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