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Msls31.dll file missing

I am an attorney and run EZ Filing software. When I try to run an update and install the update I get a message that it is unable to find msls31.dll. I puschased this software to fix this problem and it has not addressed the issue.

Running XP Home edition,

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Puneet Jain
    Puneet Jain Nov 09, 2008

    Ok, I had downloaded and paste it in the folder you mentioned.


    After this I got the error : window does not have permission to paste this file here, either go to administrator account to resolve this.


    I got sttumped as I am only the administrator, so how can it be??

  • Puneet Jain
    Puneet Jain Nov 09, 2008

    I dont think it is a right way to solve the matter !! I need some expert now to solve this problem.

  • Puneet Jain
    Puneet Jain Nov 09, 2008

    Ok, thanks anyway but I am going to reinstalled the software now. Have a Nice day!

  • francoyn Dec 19, 2008

    the more l type in there is kind thing apearing msls31

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OK,

U can Find & Download This DLL File form Following Web Link......

http://www.dlldump.com/dllfiles/M/msls31.dll

After Download this file follow the blow steps-

1- Copy & Paste this File in "C:\windows\system32"

2- On Desktop Click on "Start" & Click on "Run"

3- When Run window appear, type the following command

       regsvr32 msls31.dll

NOTE: Give a Space Between regsver32 & msls31.dll
4- After type the command hit ok, a popou window appear again hit ok

That Done Now Ur EZ Soft should Run Properly....

If after this any problem persist, send me the error (as given by window). I will happy to help U.

Tip:- U Use XP Home Edition, It is Good But I Suggest U that U should Use XP Professional SP2 Edition it is Better & Having more Softwere Competibility.

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

  • Yogendra Kumar
    Yogendra Kumar Nov 09, 2008

    Ok

    There is a restriction in ur windows so u cant able to paste file in system32 folder..

    Try to make a new user with administrative rights. and logoff PC again Login with Newly make User

    After Login Follow the Above process (THat I Post Before)

    TO Create a New Account GO To

    Start>Control Panel>User Accounts>Create A New Account>(Type Account Name & Click Next)>Click on Computer Administrator>Click on Create Account.

    It Should Help U

  • Yogendra Kumar
    Yogendra Kumar Nov 09, 2008

    Ok Dear

    there is one other way to install that dll file and solve ur prob.

    Copy and Paste the downloaded dll file (msls31.dll) to EZ Filing software Installed Directory
    that is in  C:\Program Files\

    U should find the EZ Installed Folder. I Take a example that if EZ installed folder is "EZSoft" in 
    C:\Program Files\

    Than Paste msls31.dll file in C:\Program Files\EZSoft

    Now Click on "start" than "Run" type the following Command--

       regsvr32 C:\Program Files\EZSoft\msls31.dll

    After that hit ok a popup window appear click ok again...

    Try to run ur EZ Filling Software It Should Work.....

    Always Happy to Help U

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