IORDYUI Error loading resource DLL

Whenever I am viewing my computer and I click on any hard drive I receive this error: IORDYUI  Error loading resource DLL

I am pretty sure it is associated with Iomega software that is no longer on my computer!  I have tried disabling it via the msconfig utility but when I try to disable that one it tells me I cannot disable it even when I am logged in as Administrator.

How can I solve this problem?
ScstatzAsked:
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and235100Commented:
(says for 98 - but should work for XP)
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and235100Commented:
Essentially - take anything Iomega related out of msconfig\startup.

Reboot - then see if the problem is rectified.
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ScstatzAuthor Commented:
Hi and235100!  Thanks for your input.

I have tried the msconfig route and when I do, at least with the iomega related stuff, it tells me I can't modify it unless I am logged on as administrator....which even when I am gives me the same message.  It will let me remove the iomega program from startup but then I get a message box that opens upon boot every time saying that the msconfig has been altered...to stop receiving this message undo changes...blah blah blah!  lol

I couldn't find any fix or anything like that on the iomega site.
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and235100Commented:
Have you still got the software setup file(s)?
If you have - reinstall - i.e. install, reboot, then uninstall again.

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and235100Commented:
Hope that worked for you.
Thanks.
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