How do I reinstall netesugaa.dll and what is this?
I have a hp business reworked computer and seemed to have gotten a visrus some time ago. Everytime I start the machine, there pops up this warning,that the application cannor be made, I need to reinstall Netesugaa.dll. I have managed to circumvent the system by repeatedly pressing ''ok'', sometime for 25 times, before the notice disappears and I can go on. And than it pops up again. It is a nuisance, what can I do? I would rather not use a hp restore disk and lose all my files and pictures. HELP
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Re: How do I reinstall netesugaa.dll and what is this?
You can try using microsoft security essentials and malware bytes. They are good anti-malware/anti-virus programs that will probably fix the problem after being run a few times on your machine. If that doesn't work, you can always do a windows repair. If you go to install windows using the install disk, it should locate the previous windows version and ask if you want to repair it. If you do that, you shouldn't lose all your files.
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insert the Cd you got with the desktop and run the repair option, the Cd will detect the issues with the system and repair them or else you can search for the specified file in the Cd or download it from www.hp.com/support. and install it.
i would suggest please do not play with the *.dll files as it may harm your Pc.
Win 7 has been very thoroughly reworked so those 'missing' files were probably never there.
Go to the HP website and click your way to the product support page for your model.
I'm fairly sure you will find and updated install program or at least new drivers compatible with Win 7.
Restart your computer. Sometimes mfc71.dll errors are one-time issues
and a simple reboot will fix the problem. It's not a very likely solution,
but it's an easy first step that could just save the day.
Reinstall the program or game. If you receive a "mfc71.dll not found"
error when you open a specific application, reinstall the application. The
installation should restore the mfc71.dll file to its proper location.
Note: Even if you're not asked to, be sure to restart your computer
after the uninstall and before the reinstall. Restarting your computer at
this point will help to make sure that any loaded files are cleared from memory and
that the uninstallation is totally complete.
Download the latest update to the program. Visit the software program's
website and download the latest
service pack, patch, or other
update. It's possible that the
mfc71.dll error may have been corrected in an update issued by the program
Using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003? Most of you won't be, but if you do,
visit Microsoft's website and download the latest update to the program.
Install the latest version of Internet Explorer. The Internet Explorer
web browser is one easy source of the mfc71.dll file. It's certainly easier
to single the file out and download mfc71.dll from a "DLL download site" but
installing IE is the much safer option to take.
Reinstall the drivers for your Broadcom wireless network card. This
solution only applies when your mfc71.dll error is accompanied by a message
about the bcmwltry.exe file. You can update these drivers by visiting
Note: Many computer manufacturer's use Broadcom's network hardware in
their computers so the best source for drivers in this case would be your
computer manufacturer's website. For instance, many Dell, Gateway, and HP computers use Broadcom's network hardware.
Okay, the driver for the sound card (hal.dll) needs to be reinstalled.
Do the following:
Press the windows key and R
Type in command
In the command prompt that comes up:
Type in cd C:\Windows\System32\
Type in taskkill /f /im "hal.dll"
Type in del hal.dll
Then restart your computer
What taskkill does is kill the sound card application that is using the
driver so you can delete it. After your system restarts, Windows will
automatically reinstall the sound card driver, and the problem will be
Okay, the driver for the camera (hal.dll) needs to be reinstalled.
Do the following:
Press the windows key and R Type in command In the command prompt that comes up: Type in cd C:\Windows\System32\ Type in taskkill /f /im "hal.dll" Type in del hal.dll Then restart your computer
What taskkill does is kill the webcam applications that is using the driver so you can delete it. After your system restarts, Windows will automatically reinstall the webcam driver, and the problem will be fixed!
what it means is it is a popup and the computer is trying to block it but cannot and so the popup is trying to gain acsess to your computer via the internet/a webpage. that is all i know i sorry i hope this helps.