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I need to reinstall UXCore.dll as my computer can not find it when I try to open an attached picture in my inbox of Outlook mailer. How do I do that? I am using windows XP media. When I download UXCore.dll from the net to a temp file it is not an .EXC file. It is a 822 KB application Extension.Help Murray

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  • murpeg Apr 16, 2009

    The attachment is not blocked, I just can not open it by clicking on it. If I save the attachment to a temp file and then go to that saved file attachment, it opens just fine, so the attachment is coming through. I want, and used to be able to do, just click on the attachment in the e-mails I recieve and have them open instade of getting the current error message coming up "This application has failed to start because UXCore.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem." Then I click OK and I get "Error loading C:\Program Files\Windows Live\Photo Gallery\WLX PhotoViewer.dll The specified module could not be found."

    Murray

  • murpeg Apr 16, 2009

    Try to open Outlook in Start > Run > Outlook /safe

    I did and it does not change anything ie the attachment gets the same error message.



    I do not have windows desktop search.



    Realize the attachment saved by me can then be opened by me. It is just how can I get UXCore.dll to be found so that the attachment can be opened right at the e-mail without me saving it?

    Thanks for trying to help.

    Murray

  • murpeg Apr 16, 2009

    Your uninstalling instructions worked fine but the problem is still the same,not fixed, when I try to open an attached incoming e-mail file. Thanks for trying to help. What else can I try?

    Murray

  • murpeg Apr 17, 2009

    I tried regsvr32 UXCore.dll and got this message "LoadLibrary (UXCore.dll ) failed - The specified module could not be found."



    What about if I delete, using Add or Remove,

    Windows Live essentials

    " " Favorities for Windows Live Toolbar

    " " Sign-in Assistant

    " " Sync

    " " Upload Tool

    as I do not use Windows Live, anyways. Would this maybe cure the problem?

    Murray

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Hi,
http://www.fix-all-dll-errors.com/uxcore.dll/

You can get that dll from here... :)

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This is because you are missing a file.
Step 1. You can download uxcore.dll here:

http://dllcentral.com/uxcore.dll/12.0.1111.1005/
Step 2. Paste this file into your system32 and system folder. Also putit in your syswow
Step 3. Navigate to your System32(32Bit OS) or SyWOW64(64Bit OS) Folder.
Note: The location of System32 or SyWOW64 is C:WindowsSystem32 (If you are using 32BitWindows)
C:WindowsSysWOW64 (if you are using 64Bit Windows) Step 4. Pastethe uxcore.dll into this folder.
Step 5. Run the game. It might work now. b>

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TRY THIS

To provide enhanced security, Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 is designed to prevent you from unblocking attachments.
Because Outlook is so widely used, it has been the target of several virus attacks in the past that have affected millions of people. Microsoft has acted to protect people from files, such as .exe and .bat files, that are often used to run malicious scripts when opened. Unfortunately this makes file sharing less convenient for many people, but security must take precedence.
Microsoft Office 2003 file types most commonly shared between people, such as .doc, .xls, and .ppt files, are not blocked.
If you need to share files that have file types blocked by this feature, you have several options, including the following:

  • Rename the files to include a temporary file type that is not on the list of blocked file types. For example, you might rename MyFile.exe to MyFile.exe_EXTRA, and then attach the file to the e-mail message. You can include instructions in the message to save the file with the correct name, for example, MyFile.exe, when the recipients save the file to their computers.
  • Use a program, such as WinZip, to package files before you attach them to your e-mail message. In your message, you can include instructions explaining how to extract the files from the package to make it easy for recipients to access the files.
  • Post the files to a secure network share. In your message, you can include a link to the share that you have given the recipients access to.
If your organization uses Microsoft Exchange Server, your e-mail administrator can control which file types are blocked. For more information, contact your administrator. If you are the e-mail administrator, you can learn more about configuring blocked attachment behavior in Outlook by referencing the Microsoft Office 2003 Editions Resource Kit in the online Deployment Center. See

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  • Rayan Tellis Apr 15, 2009

    Try This

    http://www.hanselman.com/blog/Unblocking...


  • Rayan Tellis Apr 16, 2009

    Do you you have Windows Desktop search ?

    Try to open Outlook in Start > Run > Outlook /safe

    Check if you are able to open the attachments

    Try stopping windows desktop services from Start > Run > Services.msc and do right click and click on stop. and then try opening the attachments

    If you have windows desktop search try uninstalling from add and remove programs > Restart your computer

    Then try..............


  • Rayan Tellis Apr 16, 2009

    Try uninstalling

    Windows Live Photo Gallery using windows clean up utility

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301

    after installing WICU from MS website : Click Start > all Programs > Windows installer clean up utility > Select Windows Live Photo Gallery and click on remove

    Smartray83


  • Rayan Tellis Apr 16, 2009

    Try registering using the following command Go to start - run - type:- regsvr32 UXCore.dll make sure the file name is correct

    smartray83

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