C:Windowssystem32atiumdva.dll time error in boot up time

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Hi,

If I boot my laptop I get a two Bad Image errors at the same time but appears always at boot up time.

I get: C:Windowssystem32atiumdva.dll and also get a: Failed to load CommonRes.dll at boot. After clearing a malware infestation on one of the other forums still having problems with the OS.

I found times out, when I need to run an update it to Service Pack 2 the installation.

Need ideas on these issues.

Thanks.

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Best Answer by Perlas Draplin
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C:Windowssystem32atiumdva.dll time error in boot up time

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I have a solution for your problem Please download this file because it will be need for your problem to be solve http://www.dlldll.com/commonres.dll_download.html and http://www.dllme.com/dll/files/atiumdva_dll.html Open the downloaded file extract them to this location on your computer.

C:windowssystem32  But if you are using a 64-bit version of windows, you should place the file to C:windowsSysWOW64 Overwrite any existing file and reboot your computer and Run the program and if it still occurs.

Click start and then run and type this on the run regsvr32 atiumdva.dll (same for the commonres.dll) and then enter.

And then run the program again this will surely work now. I hope you enjoy you’re stay here

 

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C:Windowssystem32atiumdva.dll time error in boot up time

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Please follow the below mentioned steps to fix the error.

Step 1: Register both the dll files atiumdva.dll and comonres.dll.
Click on Start> Run and type regsvr32 atiumdva.dll and click ok
Click on Start> Run and type regsvr32 commonres.dll and click ok

Step 2: Disable Windows Aero, Use Windows Vista Basic instead.
Click on Start > Control Panel > Personalisation > Window Color and Appearance > Classic appearance properties for more color options.Select Windows Vista Basic and click on Ok to implement the same.

Step 3: Uninstall the following driver from your operating system ATI Technologies Inc. Radeon Video Acceleration Universal Driver.

Step 4: Even after uninstallation of the application it might be feasible that the intricate registry keys associated with it are still intact. Scan the registry with the assistance of the following link

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