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Hello good morning... i got problem with my file.. i put my pc to automatic update.. this morning my pc updated and after updating it... there is file missing... which is the bin.. how can i put it and where can i find bin? i need your help again... thank you...

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Its ushally in the C:\windows\system32 folder that the .bin file is put unless its a driver then its in C:\windows\system32\drivers folder

you can also go to windows update and re download the update and re-install it as well.

does it tell you exactually what file is missing if you have the name write it out in full and I will see what file you need to get that in there and working for you.

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