I normally use a ISP cable service connection. However, yesterday I used a Free public WiFi Hotspot connection. The next time a rebooted, I started to get a pop-up error message at bootup on my laptop running Windows XP with all of the latest maintenance:
rundll32.exe - Bad Image\X The application or DLL C:\Documents and Settings\JC\Application Data\Adobe\Update\kbdhlp.dat is not a valid Windows image. . Please check against your installation diskette.
Adobe support knows nothing about this. So, I deleted the file and then, the following pop-up error message:
Error loading C:\Documents and Settings\JC\Application Data\Adobe]Update\kbdhlp.dat
The specified module could not be found.
I ran a full scan using the latest McAfee software, without finding this to be a problem. I have lots of experience and although I can't guarantee, this seems to me to be a NEW virus or spyware. McAfee support suggested that I post this information on this forum.