You should take a look in Regedit at the following keys:
Look in the right pane for references to this dll, or to programs you're sure have been removed.
If you find one, highlight it, and click 'delete'.
Before you start removing anything, do this:
Go to Start/run, and paste the following into the box: regedit /e reg.reg
Your registry will now be exported (copied) to a reg file on your desktop, so that you'll have a backup in case you remove something from the Registry you shouldn't have.
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