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Yes, I have it checked so that I can see the hidden files/folders

There appears to be NO dllcache folder in my C:\WINDOWS\system32

But there IS a wscui.cpl file in there. (It's not hidden, it just shows up regular)
Do I delete it?
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no do not delete it do you have a windows xp cd?
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sadly, I do not. It is at my step-dad's house. Do I need it?
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Extract from CD Insert your Windows installation CD and stop any autostart.
Go to Start => Run and type in the following:
For a single file: expand -r E:\i386\wscui.cp_ C:\Windows\System32\

Where E: is the drive letter for your CD-ROM. There is space before
and after -r and a space before C:
Not the underscore after .dl - don't type in .cpl yes your going to need it. unless you want to uninstall and reinstall sp2

Edited by krmooo, 13 June 2007 - 10:51 PM.

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do me one favor go back to the folder options and where you checked the hidden files and folders scroll down about three boxes an see if the show system files box is .i cant understand why you dont have a dllcache folder its sorta looks faded out in the system 32 folder

Edited by krmooo, 13 June 2007 - 11:02 PM.

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