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Missing normalize.dll i have win xp media 2005 edition i cant get explorer to startup, hence the lost nomalize.dll file.. wont work in safemode either my last option is to format from the bios, i dont want to loose everything on my comp.. dont have a recovery cd.. and my support has expired threw emachines.. have any suggestions frank franklucas2k5@yahoo.com

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  • franklucas2k Oct 11, 2008

    see i cant use my desktop at all, when the comp starts up, the desktop is blank, i try and start explorer, to get it to start, and it says, will not start, due to normalize.dll is missing... so i cant download it, hence nothing to start or stop, or run. explorer is crucial... and i also tried the download on a cd, and booted the cd, so it would auto start. but you still need explorer to start autorun.. so it doest work.

    im clueless

    thanks for all trying!


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Use a memory stick to back up all your programs you have installed and then format you computet.
or download or buy a new program for Explorer or get Firefox it is a much better and you can download it for free. Remember to create back up files on an old laptop or a memory stick just in case of any loses during formating the computer... The same is advisable is creating an new account.

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You could download the file from here -----> http://www.dlldll.com/normalize.dll_download.html

OR

If the doesn't work post and I'll email you one off the media center 2005 disc.

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

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    Nebby31337 Oct 03, 2008

    http://www.flashict.net/the-nightmares-o...


    is the warning you getting the same as the one in the link above?


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    Nebby31337 Oct 03, 2008

    Also for got to mention...........

    Once you have the file follow the steps below to register the file in windows.


    If you are receiving errors about an ocx file, registering the file may solve the problem. To register an ocx file
    simply follow the simple steps below.




    1.Locate the file using windows explorer or My Computer. Alternatively search for the filename.


    2.Hold down the shift key and right click on the file. Then click 'Open With...' from the menu.


    3.An 'Open With' dialog box should appear. Click the button 'Other...'.


    4.Navigate to your windows\system32 directory and select the file 'RegSvr32.exe'. Do a file search
    for it if you have trouble locating the exact folder. On Windows 2000 it is typically located in c:\WINNT\System32.
    Click Open to select the file. Then click OK on the 'Open With' dialog.


    5.You should see a message indicating the file was successfully registered. If you see an error message,
    try restarting your computer and going through the above process again.

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