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Windows registry Hi, I've had to reinstall windows due to viruses, I've now installed Norton Antivirus full edition, but the problem is every time i go onto the internet, a warning box appears and it says that (ICFGNT.DLL) is missing, what can i do to solve this problem? Please can you help, it would be much appreciated.

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Download the DLL file from
http://www.nodevice.com/dll/ICFGNT_DLL/item8203.html

the site is full off advertisements and can be confusing

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find this prompt and type in the code, and click download.

download the file, extract it to your desktop, now copy the icfgnt.dll into windows\system and windows\system32

that should solve the problem.

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