googlemanagerupdate.dll error

I have a computer that when if boots up it displays the error "C:\Program Data\GoogleManagerUpdate.dll" not found".  I tried to search the registry to see if I could remove this but found nothing.
sambec22Asked:
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thakurdineshCommented:
You can try disabling the google update Service from Service manager..

Run services.msc from search and hit enter, then look for the service related to that specific error and try disabling it.

Another option I would suggest is to uninstall the program and try reinstalling it.
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thakurdineshCommented:
I believe this file is library for Free Doanload Manager, try uninstalling it or reinstall that application.
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jcimarronCommented:
sambec22--I am not sure that is a legitimate file.  Searching on Google finds nothing.  You may have malware on the PC.  Scan with your antivirus and MalwareBytes.
http://www.malwarebytes.org/products/malwarebytes_free
If you find no malware, show us a screenshot of the error message.
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Arman KhodabandeIT Manager and ConsultantCommented:
Go to
Start menu > Run > msconfig > startup tab

Then uncheck anything that you think is related to the dll.

You can also check the services tab for anything suspicious.
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johnb6767Commented:
See if you can identify the owning process this way.....

Process Explorer
http://live.sysinternals.com/procexp.exe

Use the above, to find out what process owns that message box. There is a little crosshairs at the top, that you can drag onto another window, and the owning process will highlight. Then you know where you have to start to rectify....
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