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RUN DLL ERROR

RUNDLL ERROR
Error loading C:\Windows\System32\qefoqowx.dll
the specified module could not found
how solve this problem

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  • brharishkuma Jan 20, 2009

    when i loged on secssfully next i got rundll error

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IF YOU HAVE ANOTHER COMPUTER IT WOULD BE EASIER, IF NOT YOU WILL HAVE TO PRINT OUT THE INSTALLMENT DIRECTIONS FOR ELIMINATION OF THE ERROR PROMPT. IT'S TIME CONSUMING SO IF YOU ARE IN A RUSH, FORGET IT.(UNLESS YOU ARE A COMPUTER GEEK) :) YOU WON'T BE ABLE TO ACCESS WINDOWS FROM THE COMPUTER WITH THE ERROR, GO TO ANOTHER COMPUTER, PULL UP WINDOWS SUPPORT, THERE'S A SECTION THERE FOR ERRORS, IF YOU DON'T SEE IT RIGHT OFF, JUST DO SEARCH ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE BAR, "DLL" OR "ERRORS" ANY OF THESE WILL PULL UP YOUR FIX. PRINT 'EM, APPLY, AND YOU'RE UP N RUNNING!!!

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