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Ig4dev32.dll is an OpenGL library file, part of the Intel graphics accelerator drivers for Windows Vista. ig4dev32.dll probably came with your graphics card software you installed on your system. You may be looking at a registry problem, or a fragmented file. It's possible to replace that one file from the Internet. Search for the old one, and copy the new one on top of it.
If you have the graphics card software disk, try reinstalling it. Failing that, find a free registry checker/cleaner and see what it shows.
A more draconian approach wouold be to reinstall Vista, but the risk is that you'll lose a lot of work. You'd need a full data and program backup, or be prepared to reinstall everything you now have on the computer; a LOT of effort.
Vista is known as a relatively troubled operating system, and if this is only one of many problems you've experienced it may be useful to upgrade to Windows 7
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This refers to a text file that may be corrupt or missing. Nothing serious. Run a good quality registry cleaner and chkdsk/f. That should clear it.
Posted on Apr 09, 2014
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