I'm about recovered from a HDD failure (C:\, of course) a month ago, but maybe not quite. Every startup, an error warning arrives - apparently savdiz.dll and piong.dll (see attached screen print) cannot be found. Hitting OK, then I don't see or hear of any further trouble, and then can find no source for or explanation of these .dll "modules".
My Presario PC desktop runs Win XP (SP3).
Data surived the disk failure (offline backup) but a Casper Ghost copy was not functional (after trusting it for years) and then the supplier was really unhelpful in the mess. So current copies of some 20 programs had to be downloaded from a series (dammit!) of Internet sources (Adobe, Mozilla, RealPlayer, et many al.)and reinstalled, and that's when a raft of virus warnings started. There's a Microsoft utility to check the validity of OS files, and it found no problems. After a change of antivirus (AVG to MS Security Ess) and more than 13 Trojan removals, these two .dll "modules" appear to be the last issue.
I suppose regular error messages ARE a problem. Can anyone suggest what they need done, please?
Postscript: can't find an acceptable screenprint image extension: each message reads:
Error loading C:\Documents and Settings\Compaq_Owner\Application Data\savdiz.dll
The specified module could not be found.