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Program which has lost its path.

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:

  1. Unistall all the programs that I believe we have loaded – but I’m not sure which these are ?)
  2. 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 ?
  3. 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.
Please can you advise which method I should use.

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It sounds like you are very much familier with computer and you do not what exactly needs to be done, no problem we are here to help you.
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.

similarly you can find vista and windows 7 installation guides, please make a note of the steps and perform the installation.

This should fix the issue.
Bye, take care

Posted on Feb 03, 2010


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