Hello! Okay, so this seems to be quite a common problem all around, and ive tried some solutions such as cmd and doing a full scan. The cmd run i done said it couldnt fix 1 problem. I also tried typing in Regedit in the start bar and followed this step by step instruction help. I saw there were two Rundll32s in the system and obviously one of those is bogus, i just dont know which one. I get pop-ups saying that Chrome stopped working, Firefox stopped working and Rundll32.exe stopped working. I also unistalled some programs i thought might be the problem. What can i do to get rid of this annoying problem? Please help, thankyou.
Rundll32.exe problems(14 posts)
Iam trying to fix the Rundll32 problem, and how to get my laptop working again, properly.
As for the contents:
Data: RUNDLL32.EXE C:\Windows\system32\NvCpl.dll,NvStartup
And the second one -
Data: RUNDLL32.EXE C:\Windows\system32\NvMcTray.dll,NvTaskbarInit
This is what i saw when i typed in Regedit and went through the files for Rundll32.
I for one would go to the Nvidia website and see what the NEWER version is AND look at the README/CHANGE LOG. If you computer is a year or two old, newer drivers generally are useless. They generally include new h/w in the drivers.
If you DO disable the driver, Windows will revert to the VGA driver in its place.
I don't even know why you are concerned at all. Those registry entries are legit, and these are not a problem. Leave it be and go on.
Unknown1, I was talking about the SPECIFIC RUNDLL32 problem you 'think' you have. You do NOT have a problem with it...
If you do NOT know what you are doing, DO NOT go about replacing any DRIVERS unless YOU know you need them. You could do more damage than good.
If you are that concerned about what could be on the computer and lost, purchase a FLASHDRIVE and ALWAYS save the data to the COMPUTER and the FLASHDRIVE. That way you'll always have a copy.
Unknown1, In your 1st post you said;
"ive tried some solutions such as cmd and doing a full scan. The cmd run i done said it couldnt fix 1 problem."
What do you mean "full scan"? Was it malware/virus scan? Was it SFC that reported "it could not fix 1 problem"? If it is, what was the 1 problem file?
@Unknown1, I usually don't write a story but the problem you are having entices me this time. Two computers I looked at recently had similar problems to yours. They clicked on ads for speedup your computer or some such nonsense with Nvidia driver downloads. They could not remember the exact wording. Just a guess you might have done the same thing. Both computers ended up with a trojan virus.
One computer I was able to save this way the other one needed reinstall. Either way won't hurt to see what scans find.
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