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lynchcastle

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My son's computer is windows 98. I recently rebooted the computer due to other error messages all the time . Now when I try to load a netgear adapter (which worked before) I get an error message missing export CRYPT32.DLL.Certgetname stringA. The computer has no internet access without the adapter working so I don't know how to fix the problem. I guess I don't mind buying software to do this but I'm not sure that will even work to take the chance. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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gerryf

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sounds like a corrupt inf file in the driver installation.

You should be able to download the driver to floppy or burn to cd, and reinstall
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I take that back...I read it to quickly and it looks like an installation routine is looking for a hook into the DLL file....

I gave it some more thought...that's a windows file...you said you have windows 98...I wonder if you somehow have the wrong version?

Could you do a search for it and right click it, choose properties, and relate the version number? And size (in kb)
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