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Sir when i am open any program in my system error is rise

The ordinal 120 could not be located in dynamic .lertutill.dll....... this errr message rise in my computer sir ple give me best solution

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  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    je ne peux ouvrir aucun program dans mon system:ordinal 13 est introuvable dans la bibliotheque de liaisons dynamique iertutil.dll.

  • emmanare Feb 17, 2009

    je ne peux ouvrir aucun programme dans mon system:ordinal 13 est introuvable dans la biblioteque de liaisonsdynamique iertutil.dll.

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If possible just uninstall and reinstall Internet Explorer

if this does not work run an SFC scan

  • Insert your windows cd
  • exit from the autorun menu that pops up
  • Start
  • Run
  • SFC /Scannow
You'll see a progress bar, and it will disappear when finished, restart after it finished (can take as much as 20 or 30 minutes). If you have XP MCE, it may ask for disk 2, just click cancel or skip.

finally if it still does not work, download the dll and replace the existing one www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?iertutil insrtuctions are on the page.

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