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No entry point apsApply could not be located in the Dynamic link library W/arapi.dll. How do i fix this please help me? Bigguy
My answer is a little complicated, but I think I can explain your problem. It usually means there is a problem with the version of a DLL file. DLL files are a collection of routines different programs can use. The routines are expected to be in a certain order. If a DLL gets changed, the program that uses it may not be able to find the routine it wants because the programs are out of order, or moved internally in some way. Check on the original disk or program directory for that file and look at the date and right-click on it and check the version number. Comare it to what's on the computer now (you can do a find in Windows Explorer to see if there are multiple copies on your computer -- it's possible.) This won't fix anything, but will give you information about what may or may not be different. If the error message gives a full path of where arapi.dll is located, and you have a different version available, copy that one somewhere safe and replace it with the other. Can't guarantee it will work or that it won't break something else because there's a good chance something was installed or removed that changed that file. Check that and leave another message here as to what you found out.
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