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MISSING OLEPRO.DLL


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how do i do a system restore with windows 98 i uninstalled norton antivirus and lost download file called oleprodll is there a free download for tat file
is there away i can restore norton 2000 dont have software
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Try this Link this may solve your problem..

http://support.micro....com/kb/187526/

Should you ever have the need to restore the registry, restart the computer in DOS mode and type SCANREG /RESTORE at the DOS prompt. Select an entry prior to
the problem you're having (a problem is usually the only reason you'd restore a
previous registry) and restart when prompted. Any recent program installation
will need to be redone as a registry restore will not include these new registry
files.


The files are located in the Windows folder. The files are SYSTEM.DAT and
USER.DAT. However, there is no need to back them up since Win98 backs up the
registry every day you start your computer. It will maintain, by default, the
backup of the last five days. The backed up files are located in the
Windows\Sysbckup folder, and they are backed as RB###.CAB. The backup includes
both registry files, plus the SYSTEM.INI and WIN.INI files.

As per my knowledge " WinME was the first system with a restore feature "

olepro.dll is a shared Windows System file and can be restored by sfc, I think, If not try to download it from dll-files.com or dlldump.com
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