Roings:library, what is it, how do I get rid of it?

I am running XP, Norton Internet Security, Adaware, Spybot, Stinger and a couple of others I can't remember right now.  Every time I scan with Spybot I get Roings:library at C:\windows\system32\objsafe.tlb.  It deletes ok but the next time I scan it is there again.  Is this anything to worry about and if so how do I keep it from coming back?
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Hello rider164 =)

Can you find this file on the hard drive yourself, what if you delete it from safemode ??
Does it return back ??

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This can  be a problem.

Look at
for removal advice.

hope this helps

The file objsafe.tlb is a type library, specifically for Visual Basic controls. See this link:

So what you seem to be seeing is a symptom, not the problem. Now, Roings appears to be a nasty hijacker and should be removed ASAP like graemeboro says above.
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Before running spybot turn your System Restore off (control panel, System). If this is turn on your system will reload the old config and your malware is back.
rider164Author Commented:
I searched for the file and deleted it in safe mode, problem gone.  Thanks
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