working on a desk top system upgraded to windows 7 64 bit, keep getting this error every time i reboot, then i check event viewer, this is at the top of this list all the time, saying "custom dynamic link libraries are being loaded for every application, the system adim should review the list of libraries to ensure they are related to trusted application"
so how do i check out my dynamic link libraries.
Perhaps a bit off-topic for this forum, but it sounds like you have AppInit_DLLs set to load. Check the [HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows\Appinit_Dlls] value in the registry, and try to determine what DLLs are loading from there. (Alternatively, check Sysinternals' Autoruns' AppInit tab.) Google software adds DLLs there, as do AV software packages and various other software.
Read elsewhere that the path(s) to the DLL(s) is/are listed in the Details tab of this warning. For me, it is showing C:\Windows\system32\nvinitx.dll which is part of the NVIDIA driver on my notebook. (It's this hybrid Optimus thing where it can switch between integrated and discrete GPUs per application, so this sort of makes sense.)
Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 on a HP Pavillion dv7-6153a Laptop
I have the same problem with event id 11 errors. I used to Autoruns to check the AppInit_DLLs set to load and discovered that the AVG antivirus resident shield starter, avgrssta.dll, was set to load.
What should I do? Should I disable this to stop the error? I have hundreds or id 11 errors and they are all based on this!
Many thansk for any advice,