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I may have fixed it.

 

I noticed the file in question was 0kb in size. Since it had "cpy" in the name, I deduced that it was supposed to be a copy of the other file, SuperShieldHook32.dll... especially since SuperShieldHook64.dll and SuperShieldHookCpy64.dll were the same file size. So I simply made a copy of SuperShieldHook32 and changed the name to SuperShieldCpy32... hopefully that's what it wanted. At least it got rid of the annoying popup error.

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