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my computer is very old. a year ago was attacked by spyware. cannot access internet, reinstall windows 98 or print. error message: "A required .DLL file, MSASN1.DLL not found". i can access most of my desktop applications and that's it. have installed spyware removal applications but they won't run because i am missing the above file.
what should i do?
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Hi Joins
Go to this site here download the file unzip it and install it in C\windows\system
Reboot.
msan1.dll

Cheers
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Thank you, very much. I will try that.

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if you need a hand we will be here
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it worked! thank you so much. i hope you get this message. i'm new to gtg. not sure how to reply. you saved my computer and i am trully grateful.
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Glad it worked

Edited by peterm, 20 March 2006 - 04:35 PM.

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