i get the message s32nvert.exe unable to locate component and it says ace.dll not found
Actually, this is probably a good thing. When you use anti-virus and anti-malware programs to clean your computer they will remove malicious and infected files. However, they may not remove some registry and other entries that want those files to be run at certain points in the boot process. So these errors are a result of the computer looking for and not finding, say, ace.dll, as it is gone but still called for and the computer reports that as an error when it really is not because it probably shouldn't have been in the boot process to begin with.
Go to Start>Run and type in msconfig. Under the Startup tab uncheck everything not absolutely necessary. Our Startup Database at that top of this page will help you determine what you do and don't need. Reboot and watch for errors. Add a Startup entry back and reboot again. Keep doing this until you get an error. Now you know the source of the error and you can take the appropriate action. Ace.dll may be associated with Adobe. Try removing that from your Startups, if it is there, as the first one you try. If the error is gone, you may need to reinstall Adobe.
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