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You can run a utility to log exactly where it expected to find usb.dll (though ~OSDIR/system32/ is most likely) and import the library from a similarly patched WinXP box (just copying it into the Windows system files.)
You can also recover files named that from any handy backup and expect nothing worse to happen than Windows telling you that it was not what it had expected if the patch level is off.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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