Error while using Windows Vista

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I am running an Acer Aspire 5735-4061 with Windows Vista, but now every time I open a program or not even loading something this error popping up:


"C:progra~1wi9130~1datamngrdatamngr.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact your system administrator or the software vendor for support"

I also getting the Blue Screen of Death lately but AVG Anti-rootkit Scan “MBR rootkit.TDSS.TDL4” able to fix it and Trend Micros Rootkit Buster won’t run, please help I am willing to do anything to get this back to normal.

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Error while using Windows Vista

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Hi Emily Dave, You have been infected by a Rootkit Virus giving you Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) infecting your Master Boot Record (MBR) even though your Anti-Rootkit software detected the virus, It cannot remove the virus thoroughly. Damage to your system has been made and probably the virus created a backdoor to steal all the information like passwords, credit card information or conduct unauthorized  activities without your concern and it is hard to reverse it, the best thing that you can do is format your Computer to get rid all of the virus and infected files. I hope this helps you. Thanks

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Error while using Windows Vista

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Is the error message popping up for all programs that you open or only a selected few programs that you open? Because if they are some programs that you installed that are resulting to the error every time you execute, then observing what the error message says, it seems like you got the wrong applications that are not meant to run on the operating system that you are using, and therefore they are incompatible. In that case you will need to go and search for the right applications that meet the system specifications on the OS you are using, download them and install them.

But if the error is occurring for all programs, then it is possible that your operating system is corrupt, either due to attack by a virus or some action you did, and therefore you will need to perform a clean installation of it to remove the bugs that are causing the problems.

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