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Problem With Userinit.exe And Rundll32.exe


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#1 meganmarie13

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Posted 27 June 2008 - 03:45 AM

I'm not very good with computers so I'm going to do my best....

When I start my computer and enter my password, a dialogue box pops up with error userinit.exe. After i close the first one another one opens. After that is closed, my background loads but not any of my desktop icons or taskbar.

Then when I run explorer via the task manager, the icons and task bar appear. There is another dialogue box that opens frequently - error rundll32.exe.

I ran malware and deleted the viruses that were found but the problem still ocurrs. I am also having issues with my interenet and I don't know if that is related to these issues. I can't sign into my email, myspace or facebook. The error that I get when signing into yahoo is "The browser you're using refuses to sign in. (cookies rejected)" and I tried to edit the cookie settings but nothing worked. I'm also getting pop ups which has never been a problem before.

Thanks for any help and sorry if I explained things poorly!

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#2 meganmarie13

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Posted 27 June 2008 - 03:46 AM

Sorry, I forget to say that its windows xp!




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