If a process named rundll32.exe is running on your computer, you may have
been infected with a strain of the Whipser-B worm.
rundll32.exe is considered to be a security risk, not only because antivirus
programs flag Whipser-B Worm as a virus, but also because a number of users
have complained about its performance.
Whipser-B Worm is likely a virus and as such, presents a serious
vulnerability which should be fixed immediately! Delaying the removal of
rundll32.exe may cause serious harm to your system and will likely cause a
number of problems, such as slow performance, loss of data or leaking
private information to websites.
"Lucy Lin" <Lucy Lin@discussions.microsoft.com
> wrote in message
> There is a question needs you help!
> When I connect a HDMI Device to Notebook, Event Viewer shows
> the following error message un applications.
> Faulting application rundll32.exe, version 6.0.6000.16386, time stamp
> 0x4549b0e1, faulting module nvapi.dll, version 18.104.22.168, time stamp
> 0x46341432, exception code 0xc00000fd, fault offset 0x00031035, process id
> 0x100, application start time 0x01c7d53ab437e163.
> But when I reboot system,re-connecting a HDMI Device to Notebook!The
> will disappear!Why this symptom happened?