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Re: ''can't load res_dll''
If you have or have had a linksys wireless networking device on your computer its software is the cause for the error. You must uninstall the device using its supplied installation cd. Using the windows add/remove software utility does not remove the software. It will remain on your system even if not visible on the installed programs list. Insert the installation cd then exit/cancel out of the installation. Click START then MY COMPUTER then right click on the drive showing the linksys name. Click OPEN then click the "utility" folder. There you will click on the "setup" icon. This will run the uninstall utility and remove all the linksys software from your computer. There is more than one "setup" file at this stage, the one you want will show "setup.exe" as its description as you roll the cursor over it.When its done remove the cd and restart the computer. You can install linksys usb networking devices using the windows new hardware wizard and they will run with no problems.
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User32.dll errors come from issues inside Windows that involve the User32.dll file. This file contains important information regarding graphics details for objects such as dialog boxes. When there is an issue with the file, there will be problems when using other programs that use dialog boxes and other pop-up windows. Normally, a quick Windows update will solve all errors and problems.
Click the "Start" button and then "Run." This will open the "Run" window. Type in "wupdmgr". This will open Windows Update. It will now scan the computer to detect any necessary updates that are available from Microsoft. Turn on automatic updates by clicking "Start" again, followed by "All Programs," then "Windows Update." Select "Change Settings"; then select "Include recommended updates when downloading, installing, or notifying me about updates." Click "OK" and everything will be set. Windows will download the necessary update and install it to correct the User32.dll errors Hope this helps.
This is what I do on Windows 7 64 bit to
make it work.: Minimize the game, even if it freezes, and click cancel on the error
box\s that say they can't load whatever file. It will more then likely
work then for whatever reason.
1.Click on Start,Run
2.Type msconfig, click ok.
3. Go to the strartup tab at the top of the window that opened.
4. Look for a startup entry, that is linked to your problem, go through all of them carefully and remove the tic mark in the check box,
5. Restart your PC
6 After the restart, a grey block will popup saying that you've made changes .....
7. Tic the checkbox that says,"do not show this message again"
This is most likely a virus. There is no files in Windows with that name. You need to install a good antivirus program and try to get it removed. You can try to get it to stop loading when your computer starts by entering the MSCONFIG utility (Start button -> Run -> type "msconfig" -> click OK). There is a Startup tab on top left. Click it, and it will show you a list of programs that load up when your computer starts. See if you see one corresponding to the 915724.dll or a blank one. Uncheck the box for it, and click Apply and OK on the bottom to accept this change. You will be prompted to restart your computer...do so. When your computer restarts, you will see a new window popup that warns you that something changed. That is because you changed something and is normal. make sure to click the small checkbox on that window so you do not see this warning again.
If you still see the error message, then the virus is a little trickier and you will need antivirus software to remove it. Another option is using System Restore to restore your computer to a time before this virus infected your computer.