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Remove possible malware from your computer
Your computer experienced a problem that was caused by spooldr.sys.
This product might be malware.
What is malware?
Malicious software, also known as malware, is designed to deliberately harm your computer or collect information about you (including personally identifiable or other sensitive information). For example, viruses, worms, and Trojan horses are malicious software.
We recommend that you use the free Windows Live OneCare safety scanner to check your computer for malware. The Windows Live OneCare safety scanner will help you decide whether to remove spooldr.sys.
Go to the following website, and then click Full Service Scan:
Windows Live OneCare safety scanner
For more information about computer viruses, go online to the following Microsoft webpage:
What is a computer virus?
To keep yourself informed of the latest security issues, go online to the Microsoft Security website:
To see a list of Microsoft and third-party solutions for spyware, adware, and antivirus software, go online to the following website:
Windows security software providers
We recommend that you turn on Automatic Updates, which will install high-priority updates when they become available.
Turn on Automatic Updates
Turn on Automatic Updates to install high-priority Windows updates as they become available. These updates provide significant benefits, such as improved security and reliability.
Click Start, click Control Panel, click Performance and Maintenance, and then click System.
On the Automatic Updates tab, select Automatic (recommended).
Select the day and time that you want to download and install updates, and then click OK.
Learn more about automatic updating
With automatic updating, you don't have to search for updates or worry that critical fixes for Windows might be missing from your computer. Windows automatically checks online for the latest important updates for your computer. Depending on the settings you choose, Windows can install updates automatically or just let you know they're available.
For more information about automatic updating, go online to read the following article:
Windows Update Frequently Asked Questions