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Ive done something wrong

I deleted what was in the .INF file and pasted what was in that 1st link u posted

Now when I go into add/remove programs, then click on add/remove windows componants I get this error

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Hello killallviruses

You deleted the whole file ??? , a .INF file is an Information file !!!

Oww boy... here goes nothing

Quote: As you can see it is integrated into the OS , so you may even end up needing to re-install if not careful what is deleted.. ( i did warn you , not worth the hassle for 10MB of disk space :) )

Click START, RUN, type in

sfc /purgecache

This ensures that system files are copied from your Windows installation media, and files which may be infected with malware or corrupted are not copied from your drive.

Then type in

sfc /scannow

Have your XP installation / Setup CD Ready if needed

If that does not find anything or help at all..

Try downloading the msmqocm.dll and dropping it in the system32 directory
Can be found at : http://www.dlldump.c...8/download.html

Best of luck ! , Hope all goes well :)

Anthony19

Edited by Anthony19, 18 February 2009 - 06:54 AM.

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I thought I had to replace what was already in the file with what I copied and pasted from the link u posted

Help me out here
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Nvm , what is done is done... Unless you just use system restore lol

Alot easyer...

Providing it is turned on.. i would give it ago :)

Best of luck

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Its turned on but it said cannot restore to 17th Feb 2009

Can you post the contents of the .INF file please so I can paste it back into mine

Thanks
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Hello killallviruses

Quote: Try downloading the msmqocm.dll and dropping it in the system32 directory
Can be found at : http://www.dlldump.c...8/download.html

Best of luck

Anthony19

Edited by Anthony19, 19 February 2009 - 12:57 AM.

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Ok thanks ill give that a whirl

Done it, what now

Edited by killallviruses, 19 February 2009 - 04:47 AM.

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Hello killallviruses

Are you able to access add/remove functions/features ok now ???
Or still receiving error ???

Quoted in pic : Setup was unable to open infromation file msmqocm.inf

Anthony19
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PS: and you have tried to download then dropping it in the system32 directory ???

Download from : http://www.dlldump.c...s/M/msmqocm.dll ( Direct Link to File )

Best Of Luck!

Edited by Anthony19, 19 February 2009 - 06:13 AM.

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No I get this error

My sister has my XP installation disk aswell and shes away on business

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