Firstly, I have 4 programs named: Rundll which have lost their path. I believe these are from a Jagex program as my son once upon a time constantly played on Runescape – an interactive game.When I purchased the computer it came with no discs and I did not know at the time I should have made some back up discs.I believe my options are:
Unistall all the programs that I believe we have loaded – but I’m not sure which these are ?)
Run a systems restore from the beginning and then reload word etc, then run a disc frag (clean up) and then create a back up disc – but I don’t know how to do all this ?
Load my copy of Windows XP and then word etc as I have the discs for this for my other computer and then remove Windows Vista.
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Re: program which has lost its path.
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If the problem is not more than 14 days then, I suggest you restore the computer else.
Please uninstall the game or application that you are facing the problem with, if this could not fix the issue then I suggest you format the computer and reinstall the operating system, to reinstall the operating system I will provide you a weblink which has detailed information on installation of XP.
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Hi, Rundll.exe files are programs that are directly tied to the registry on Windows computers. Dynamic Link Library (DLL) files contain libraries of information used by other programs running on your computer. They were originally created in order to help computer programs run faster on the Windows operating system. When a DLL file is corrupt or missing, a Rundll error will be generated. Normally when a rundll error is generated it is related to malware.
Note the process that is generating the Rundll error by examining the last file name in the error that ends in ".dll."
Open the service configuration program on your computer by selecting the "Start" menu and typing "command" in the search text field. At the DOS prompt type "services:msc" and click "Enter."
Select the DLL service from Step 1. Right click the service name followed by the "Stop" menu button. Exit the service configuration program.
Open your computer's registry editor by typing "regedit" at the DOS prompt and navigate to the Rundll registry key by typing "Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run" in the Search field.
Select the registry key returned and in the value associated with the registry key, confirm it ends in the same DLL file name found in Step 1. If it does, single left click the value and Press the "Delete" key. Exit the registry editor.
Restart your computer and the Rundll error will be corrected.
This problem could have happened due to an incorrect program removal
procedure. You can hence try to fix it by installing the program that
has been removed and to correctly uninstall it either with the
Uninstall option proposed by the program itself or through the
Add/Remove feature found in the Control Panel menu.
1. Go to the Start menu and open Control Panel
2. Select Add/ Remove program option and locate for the program that you want to remove and click Remove.
3. When the procedure is over, delete any shortcuts that could have stayed and empty the Recycle Bin.
Ok, first it seems that you uninstall manually the MyWebsearch application. You can try running System Restore, which it may help. Otherwise you need to clean the registry to get rid of the unused registry key that your Operative System is looking for. There's a free software called Advanced System Care Free which is very handy and user friendly. Install it, run it and it should fix the problem. Good luck
Rundll.exe files are systems process directly related to your computer's Windows Registry
All Dll files are a part of vast library that contains code and data
that is shared by many programs. This helps to produce speed and memory
efficiency in your operating system by reusing the same code or file to
run many functions by various programs. An error occurs when program
aren't allowed to access this code.
Now, if you able to access the XP in safe mode, You could go to :-
Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Restore.
Select a restore point and it's all done.
Unless, the only User Fixable option is to Repair the Windows. Put the XP disk in tray and run Repair. Once repaired, it would fix the problem.
It appears that a program has been removed (not uninstalled) from the computer and XP can no longer locate the removed files while references to the files still exist. So, we need to find what is referring to this file. The easiest way would be to download, install and run a registry cleaner such as CCleaner (from www.download.com), but this can also cause more problems than it solves. The other way is to use the msconfig utility to disable all of the extras that are loading and then enable them one by one and rebooting each time until the problem appears again. Then just disable the last one enabled (that caused the problem to reappear), and continue on until all other programs and processes have been reenabled.