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lhardy

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I want to know how do you disable the firewall, and when I start my computer I get this message:error starting program; a required .DLL file. MSASNI.DLL. was not found.
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Ok, let's take it from the top, shall we?

What Operating System are we working on here?
What firewall program is it that you need to disable?

We'll need to know that information before we are able to assist you. Let us know.
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lhardy

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I'm sorry, but I should have told ya. I am working on Windows 98, and I am also trying to disable any personal firewalls. I know I have to right-click on the icon and disable the firewall, but I can't seem to get the right one. I really need help with this error on my system though.
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I'm sorry, but you're loosing me now. :tazz:

If you know you have to right click the firewall and click disable, how are you disabling the wrong one? How may firewalls are you running on your machine? You should only have one good firewall installed. May I be inquisive and ask why you are trying to disable the firewall? Is it that you need to uninstall it instead?

I've done some research on your missing .dll file, but am not coming up with anything so far.
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