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My problem is I have a printer and I cannot install it because the file wiafdrv.dll on windowsxp home editon cd-rom is needed an do not have one.

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Are you getting this error with RPCRT4.DLL. If you do you need to replace this file from the Xp disk.
If you cannot follow, send me a message at rocksmani@gmail.com and hope we can talk over gmail or skype and i'll guide you through.

It may be difficult for you to do it.But if you could do, here the steps are :--
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Do you have a Lexmark printer? I found this dll file and many of the comments about it relate to Lexmark printer issues. Click the below link and it will download your missing dll file. I searched for "wiafdrv.dll" and there were no hits for this dll, but there was one for the dll file "wiafbdrv.dll". Make sure before clicking the link below, that this is the correctly named dll file you need.

http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/wiafbdrv.zip?0VFiP0aMgO

Extract this file and place the dll file in the correct location as specified by the error you're receiving.

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