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WINDOWS XP SP2

RUNDLL
ERROR LOADING CMICNFG.CPL
SPECIFIED FILE COULD NOT BE FOUND

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Re install windows from windows sp2 disc.....
dont use the same disc that you already used for the previous installation

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I had installed a wrong sound driver and when i realized that it was wrong, i cancelled the installation immediately and went through the correct sound driver. after restarting my PC, 3 error messages are...


Hi,

Try to restore your system for previous date.
If your are not compatible with how to restore, Go to the link and follow the steps.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306084

After restore install you correct driver .

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Xpcom_core.dll file error


The xpcom_core.dll is included with Mozilla (Firefox) enables the Mozilla program to be an actual framework. The xpcom_core.dll module provides a development environment that includes file abstraction, component management, memory management and object message passing for software developers.This DLL allows for the access of components that can be contacted from a web browser or scripted from any application from Mozilla.
If you're having an issue with your xpcom_core.dll file, the exact message displayed will vary. A few examples are listed below:
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  • "This application has failed to start because xpcom_core.dll was not found"
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Starting computer


try to re-install the windows by booting first priority with the cd rom using the windows xp cd installer.

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When I start up Windows XP I get three error boxes each of them say: Rundll Error Loading C:windowssystem3whnoherd.dll Rundll Error Loading C:windowssystem32cryakfuvzxugjh.dll Rundll Error Loading...


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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.

Let me know, if needed assistance.

Hope i helped you.

Thanks for using ' Fixya ' and have a nice day!!

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RUNDLL error loading C:\WINDOWS\Mfovuxocaciriso.dll


your rundll is corrupt. Try to repair your windows using repair option on windows cd boot

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RUNDLL


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.

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In start up RunnDLL pops up saying ERROR (please help)


this problem is due to missing of dll file from your system, click on Start> Run, type msconfig> tab startup from top and find out the file name above which you just mention and uncheck it now click apply and Ok after restart you will get some messege check mark on it.

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RUN DLL ERROR


IF YOU HAVE ANOTHER COMPUTER IT WOULD BE EASIER, IF NOT YOU WILL HAVE TO PRINT OUT THE INSTALLMENT DIRECTIONS FOR ELIMINATION OF THE ERROR PROMPT. IT'S TIME CONSUMING SO IF YOU ARE IN A RUSH, FORGET IT.(UNLESS YOU ARE A COMPUTER GEEK) :) YOU WON'T BE ABLE TO ACCESS WINDOWS FROM THE COMPUTER WITH THE ERROR, GO TO ANOTHER COMPUTER, PULL UP WINDOWS SUPPORT, THERE'S A SECTION THERE FOR ERRORS, IF YOU DON'T SEE IT RIGHT OFF, JUST DO SEARCH ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE BAR, "DLL" OR "ERRORS" ANY OF THESE WILL PULL UP YOUR FIX. PRINT 'EM, APPLY, AND YOU'RE UP N RUNNING!!!

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