Zchvwceaw.Dll not found
MICHAEL CALANDRO asked on February 17, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.
Getting Zchvwceaw.Dll Error Not Be Found Error
» At startup every time, I am getting dll error. ---- c:users/ app data/ roaming/SoftGrid Client/SoftGrid Client/zchvwceaw.dll - The specified module could not be found.
The file ZCHVWCEAW.DLL is identified as the Trojan Program that is used for stealing bank information and users passwords. You need to remove it at once with your AV.
When the dll error is caused by the virus, Trojan: more dll files have been damaged or corrupted because of malware removal and registry cleanup, which are necessary for fixing the problem. They need to be downloaded and replaced, the right and efficient choice is to download all DLL files and fix them in one time. That’s why we have to use DLL Suite for this situation. To do it as follows:
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FRED FULENWIDER replied on February 23, 2013
- ROBERT BAXTER replied on February 17, 2013: » I would suggest the following steps.
Check if you receive those error messages in Safe mode.
If the error doesn’t appear in Safe mode, then put the computer into clean boot state and then try to eliminate the error.
To help troubleshoot error message, you can start your pc by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs. This kind of startup is known as a "clean boot." A clean boot helps eliminate software conflicts.
- NANCY RANDLES replied on February 17, 2013: » February 17, 2013
It is advisable for you to run System File Checker scan for corrupt system files on your computer and replace them if there are any.
Running two or more security products that are not designed to work together on a single computer can conflicts and severely slow down the performance. So I think you’d like to remove any one of the security software.
- MICHAEL CALANDRO replied on February 19, 2013: » My HP support guys guided me to go to Msconfig and then Startup and then click on Disable All. I did that and it solved the issue. My system works well now and no issues at all with performance and errors.
- NANCY RANDLES replied on February 21, 2013: » It is not really a right thing to disable all startups. If so, your anti virus will no longer be functioning and you may lose other functionality.
Your system is infected with malware (Backdoor:Win32/Blohi.B), or has a leftover file that was not removed by your AV program scan.
- MELISSA SMITH replied on February 22, 2013: » Your antivirus has shut itself off and you can't get it to start up again? Your search results are redirected all over the place. A lot of your folders are hidden. Random sounds are played on your laptop at random intervals. You guess it is a virus!
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