windows\system32\logilda.dll

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    I loaded the TotalAV virus protection program and did a scan on my laptop. No viruses were found but when I ran the junk file there were 700+ of these files. When I deleted these my computer when into slower than slow mode. When I turned it on this morning I had error message windows\system32\logilda.dll Missing entry Logifetch. How do I fix this problem. And what is the review of TotalAV?
     
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    The only thing I have done is uninstall the TotalAV. My computer did start working at normal speed again. But still on start up I receive the error message windows\system32\logilda.dll
     
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    That is almost certainly a dynamic link library file that came as part of some Logitech Software package that you may need to reinstall if applicable.
    IF not then have a look at startup tab in taskmanager and or services.msc and see if you see anything related to Logitech that you can simply disable to prevent the annoyance.
     
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    There is a registry error. To edit the registry, press Win-R, type regedit and press enter. Right below the menu at the top and above the tree like list, there is a location box, just like in a browser. Copy and paste the following into it, replacing what ever is there.

    Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run

    then press enter. On the right, you will see "Logitech Download Assistant". If you look all the way to the right on that line, you probably have "LOGIFETCH". Right click on Logitech Download Assistant and then click on Modify. Change LOGIFETCH to LogiFetch. Click OK. Close the window and you're done.
     
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    aartvark. The thread is almost one year old since the last post.
     
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