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All of a sudden, whenever I start my WinXP running computer there's an error message saying something like "A DLL user32.dll was repositioned in the memory. The application won't run correctly. Repositioning ocurred because the DLL C:\WINDOWS\system32\HHCTRL.OCX took an address space reserved for DLLs of Windows system. A new DLL should be asked to this DLL supplier" (the message is in Portuguese and the translation is probably innacurate).

After pressing the OK button, everything works fine... until the next time I start the PC.

What can I do, my frequent helpers?

Best regards from Portugal.
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There are a few threads dealing with this. I posted the answer in the following thread.

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