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I keep getting a message that says a dll file is missing, but I did a search for the file and it was there. How do I get it to work?
Somehow the .dll was deactivated. This can sometimes happen when new software or applications are installed. Thankfully, with Windows ME, 2000, and XP Microsoft made a way to re-activate the dll files called Regsvr32.
If you get a missing dll or missing ActiveX message, first do a search for the file. If you find it, then go to Start/Run and type in “regsrv32 (space) dll name” then hit OK.
Hopefully this will solve your problem.
P.S. If the .dll file is not there, check out this tip for more help…
David Samuel Thomas
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