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WSHelper.exe Error Notification on OS Startup

Posted on 2016-11-28
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Since a couple of days I am getting this error on starting up the laptop.
For some reasons, most probably after performing some program installations, whenever the laptop (with Windows 10) is started, after the login and while loading up, three subsequent notifications appear as follows:

DAQExp.dll.jpgCBSCreateVC.dll.jpgCBSProducstlnfo.dll.jpg
I have googled it but most results wants me to install some registry cleanup software and I am reluctant to do so.
I'd appreciate if I could find someone with knowledge on how to eliminate this issue. Thanks.
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John Hurst earned 2000 total points
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Scan your computer with your own Anti Virus software and see if you can remove it that way. Follow with Malwarebytes.
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by:awawada
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This is Malware and your Antivirus software failed to clean it. If this is a corporate client reinstall or re-image it.
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Do you need any other help?
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by:nsiotto
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My IT is now scanning the laptop. As soon as I have an update I will also post it here. Thanks for now.
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by:nsiotto
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It was a malware and my antivirus couldn't recognize it.
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Thanks for the update and I was happy to help you resolve it.
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