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HERBERT HYMEN asked on February 17, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.

Dll File Deleted After Running Eset Antivirus Scan

» I have run a online scan for my computer using ESET. After that it detected C:\Users\......\AppData\Roaming\sncpl.dll a variant of Win32/Medfos.HP trojan cleaned by deleting (after the next restart) - quarantined. So after the next restart my dll file deleted and now i am getting that dll error while loading. it says that particular module could not load.

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» The fact is that a computer tends to report not the whole of a problem to you, but just the first issue that makes it stop. In this case: a missing DLL file. So you need to figure out what the actual problem is, that is to do troubleshooting and locate the real issue.

The causes can range from removing an installed software to a bad sector or corrupt disk to installation of a new software, even by a virus/Trojan(Trojan:Win32/Alureon). What is more important, dll files are so mysterious that even a veteran of computer may be puzzled by the error in them. To determine the exact reason is professional and cannot be done by an inexperienced user.

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RACHEL HOLST replied on February 23, 2013

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  1. LEN PASQUARELLI replied on February 17, 2013: » Step 1: I would suggest you to boot the computer in Safe Mode and check if the issue persists. Step 2: I would suggest you to place the computer in clean boot mode and check if the issue persists.A clean boot helps to verify if any third party application services or startup item is causing this issue.

  2. EMILY DECARO replied on February 17, 2013: » As ESET antivirus is the one reporting the error, I would suggest you to contact ESET support. They should be able to tell you if the sncpl.dll module is part of the Medfos.HP Trojan.

    It is not a problem with the operating system but reported by the antivirus.

  3. KATHLEEN FLEMING replied on February 18, 2013: » You could try searching for the .dll file using Softperfect File Recovery program. Do a Google search and you should easily find it.It's a tiny stand-alone program that doesn't need to be directly installed to use. Just download and run it... and in the search window enter ".dll" (without quotation marks, of course) and it should be able to locate the most-recently deleted .dll files

  4. PAUL CROOK replied on February 21, 2013: » if you know exactly what .dll file were deleted, it's possible for you to either extract them from an XP cd, or, possibly find an available download from one of many websites that offer misc. .dll files for people in need of them (use Google to find such sites by entering the name of the file you're looking for)

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