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Support how can i repair a rundll?

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  • Lunar_Z Jul 18, 2008

    can u please elaborate?? if you don't mind

  • zamorianviju Jul 18, 2008

    In hard disk not loading the xp os i tried somany times

    wt is the solution??

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Hi.
Thats a Dinamic Link Library file, there are many websites that are plenty of this kind of files you can download for free.

My advice is: do a google search with the name of the file you want to replace.

Hope this help.

Posted on Jul 12, 2008

  • Enrique Barrios Jul 18, 2008

    Hi .

    Sorry, i meant( most the times error are caused for the lost of files asociated with this program( amoung them ( .dll files or dinamic link library files).

    Anyway the same applies, go to google and do a search for

    rundll fixes or rundll problems.



    Regards.

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