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''can't load res_dll''

Everytime I turn my computer on it appears a Load dll error window with can't load res_dll error when I click ok it shows up again any suggestions??

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    junkpile3137 May 26, 2012

    Followed the fix suggestion. Found no utilities folder AND I no longer have the wireless adapter "stick". It burnt out in less than a week! What do I do now?

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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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Try reinstalling Windows. Apparently, something happened to the file. If you know the syntax for copying a file, you can also try that. (If you want it, let me know. But you must do it in DOS.)

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