N/APosted on - 01/04/2012
After booting up my computer, these two error messages always pops-up: “error loading C:usersMy nameapp datalocalnclexit.dll. The specified module could not be found" and another file location is “C:usersMy nameapp datalocalibiwesifiziwe.dll.” I don’t see any problems in my computer’s performance; it’s just that I’m starting to get annoyed by these errors that keep appearing. Any of you guys know how to get rid of them? I’d be really grateful to those who can help.
Nclexit.dll and ibiwesifiziwe.dll: Specified module cannot be found
Most of the times when your system is infected with some malware or virus attack, the antivirus program or antimalware program installed in the system, cleans the infection, BUT sometimes the traces (ashes) of these program are left intact, and their exe files etc. are either deleted or quarantined by the security tools.
Now when your system starts, it looks for the dll files of the programs which were deleted by the security software and as it cannot find them in their original location, results are such pop ups.
What you can do is, go to your start up and look for the line with the path which points to C:usersMy nameapp datalocalnclexit.dll and C:usersMy nameapp datalocalibiwesifiziwe.dll, and simply uncheck them.
You have not mentioned the O/S of your system, as such we can only broadly point you to the startup, like in win XP, simply write msconfig in the run command, and navigate to the startup tab.