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When i try to downlaod software off the internet it asks me what program i want to put it under, and when i try to access my windows files i get a system 32 error(rundll32) application not found

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First, make a new folder on your desktop and name it Temp Download or something like that. When you download a file, look in the left side of the window and click on desktop, then scroll down for your folder you made and hit ok. Don't worry about renaming the file and don't worry about what it is saving the file as....doesn't matter right now...small steps first. Also when downloading be aware of a small pop up bar that appears sometimes over the browser window that states that the download has been stopped until you give the ok. If you continue to get system 32 errors, a repair of the operating system may be in order.

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