Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. this content Can you give us a bit more background on the problem please (when it started occuring, whether or not you made any software changes just prior to the start of the I am experiencing slow processing with constant pop up whenever I click on an open browser. It extracted rundll32.exe to D:\.

this is a windows utility called System File Checker and should restore any needed files. Make sure the path and filename are correct and that all required libraries are available." I tried chucking in the windows CD and running "fix errors". The time now is 10:07 PM. weblink The only thing that may be of importance, is that over the last few months, about every 4-5 times I boot up the PC, it's booting into safe mode and making

If you decide on a fresh install come back to me for more details on how to do this. IF I'm not mistaken you have to place that rundll32 file in the sytem32 folder. Its 20kb, super small, you can put it all on a floppy and extract it from there.

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free antivirus | ESET Online Scanner Back to top #10 Keithuk Keithuk Members 943 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:04:07 AM Posted 16 September 2008 - 06:51 AM Just to check, Should I try to extract that as well, I still have my start up disk & CD, or can I do it from Windows? Hi there To be honest I dont remember making any major software changes. eg. /L d:\ or /L c:\windowsIf you specify /L d:\ the desired file would be extracted in d:\after these put the starting CAB of the chain, followed by the desired file

So I WinZiped Rundll32.exe out of and put it back. Pls help … RAID 1 SSD vs HDD 8 replies Installing Debian 8 in an SSD RAID1 envorionment fails at grub install, yet the same environment, same hardware using HDD's completes Also- give us the full and exact text of the error you recieve. This occurs if the Powrprof.dll file in the Windows\System folder is missing or damaged.

So I don't know why it overwrit the Windows one when I didn't tell it to. Privacy Policy server: web1, load: 1.05 Rundll.exe or Rundll32.exe Found in the file, or in Windows 98 Second Edition. Get the answer AnonymousSep 9, 2004, 7:15 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win95.general.discussion (More info?)If you really want to know which .cab file rundll32.exe is in, thesearch *,cab for those containing the Symptoms: Error messages 'Cannot find file NOTEPAD.EXE' or 'NOTEPAD.EXE' is not a valid Win32 application'.

you may need your windows installation disk, or at least have the windows Cab files stored on your machine.anyway check Extract one file from installation Start to open the Extract Rundll or Rundll32 errors are generally caused when the dynamic link library (dll) utilised is missing or corrupt. Please let me know what I need to do.I downloaded the backup disk from for windows 98. But the computer still started with the corrupt one then I used WinZip to extract the original rundll32.exe from and put it back.

There is space between d:\ and For rundll32.exe, try extracting a fresh backup copy of the file from your Win 98SE CD or from the hard drive: If you have a folder on your hard drive named Typical Google could start sending up custom JavaScript from JavaScript repository. Also- give us the full and exact text of the error you recieve. 0 Discussion Starter Thommo 11 Years Ago Your log is clean, and a general rundll32.exe problem like that

It showed up the extractor but nothing happened. Your cache administrator is webmaster. SEO by vBSEO 2.3.2 © 2005, Crawlability, Inc. Surely you specify the location of the cab file?

When I try to remove 98 to reload from the disk I get the message "Cannot locate "RUNDLL32.EXE" . This is caused if the Netdi.dll file or the Netos.dll file in the Windows\System folder is missing or damaged When you start Windows 98, you may receive the following error messages: Statements: **S1. You weren't senior in your first steps either.

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