...by the malware removal tools.. As such, when the registry 'call' asks to start the infected module or file, it can't be found. That's a good thing assuming it was deleted because of the infection.. It generally should not be a problem except that you want to get rid of the warning at startup. In order to do so, you'll need to search the registry for file name mentioned at the end of the string you've listed, then delete it. If you're not experienced/confident enough to perform such a search and deletion in the registry, you'll need to get some help from a friend or relative who can help you. Or, it might be possible for us to help IF you would list the EXACT and full error message.
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I have Windows Vista Home Premium on a Dell Inspiron 1525. I recently got rid of both CryptoLock and Sirefef using HitManPro and Malwarebytes. I've run full SuperAntiSpyware, Malwarebytes and MS Safety Scans, all say the computer is no longer infected. But I get this message every time I boot up: "RegSVR 32 The Module C:\Users\Christine\AppData\Local\Afzw...ASMsbap 215A.dll failed to load. Make sure the binary is stored at the specified path or debug it to check for problems with the binary or dependent .DLL files. This specified module could not be found." I'm not sophisticated enough about technical terms to know what this means. Can anyone help? Thanks!