If you type IMAGE.DLL into google.com you find it's either SPYWARE and you don't want it or it's a scanner drive and you fix by reinstalling your scanner software.
Best of luck and if you don't have a scanner, then you don't want to put IMAGE.DLL on the machine.
I'm running ME on a Sony VIAO laptop, a while back Viruscan detected some programs that were suss. I deleted them and since then get that RUNDLL cannot find the image.dll file. I've gone back and found the dll file and reloaded it into the windows directory. Now at startup I get that it cannot find some of the library files associated with image.dll! Where does it stop. What can I do to sort it out?