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This error message comes up after all my desktop icons load on Start Up (Win98SE).

I haven't a clue to the hint it gives me to fix it. Clicking OK lets me rock and roll... but the next Start UP gives the same old message.

Any ideas on how to rid me of this bug ?

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This error message comes up after all my desktop icons load on Start Up (Win98SE).

I haven't a clue to the hint it gives me to fix it. Clicking OK lets me rock and roll... but the next Start UP gives the same old message.

Any ideas on how to rid me of this bug ?

have you tried googling the message

looks like it is a d.ll file

and needs to be reinstalled

does win98se allow you to replace those d.ll files via

the command prompt

and scannow

or does this only apply to win xp

good luck

marty

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(Headslap) You're right Marty... I prolly should have Googled first... forgive me my faux pas.

Thanx, TheTerrorist 75, it was my Avast proggy. I DL'd the latest version and am good to go.

Thanx to all.

( hey! one more post and I'm 1337, right? :lol: )

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(Headslap) You're right Marty... I prolly should have Googled first... forgive me my faux pas.

Thanx, TheTerrorist 75, it was my Avast proggy. I DL'd the latest version and am good to go.

Thanx to all.

( hey! one more post and I'm 1337, right? :lol: )

good one bobby

marty

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