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cannot start computer... somehow deleted WININET.dll


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Ok. So I have this malaware thing going on and i was in safemode. I downloaded the Smithfraud.C remover as advertised in the malaware section of this website. In doing so, I opened up all the applications and when it came to the WININET.dll, i closed the command prompt before pressing any buttons. Plz help me. I can't get pass the message saying ...cannot find WININET.dll... please reinstall it or something after the login menu. I cannot do anything on my computer. I know I do f8 with the winxp pro cd in it and go to recovery console. What do I type to reinstall that certain file?
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try to do system restore to a time your compter was working good

Edited by rushin1nd, 10 October 2006 - 12:25 AM.

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actually i fixed it... i did Ctrl Alt Delete... File>>New Task>>> then looked for that program that uninstalls wininet.dll and did it so everything works fine now.
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What was the uninstalling program called?
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