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Help? Windows XP RUN Error Message


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Alias775

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Hi you wonderful guys!

I have a .dll I'm trying to install. I've copied and pasted it to both the System32 folder found in my C: programs area and also in the just plain C: Windows folder.

Then I went to RUN and entered rgsvr32 js3250.dll. It came back to me and I wrote down what it said: "LoadedLibrary(js3250.ddd) faild. The specified module could not be found".

Does this mean I have a bad copy of the .dll from Windows? Do I need to go get another copy? What should I do?

Thanks so much! Alias775 :D

Edited by Alias775, 04 October 2010 - 02:10 PM.

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Where did you obtain the "js3250.dll from and am I correct in thinking you are using Mozilla Firefox.

Edited by Macboatmaster, 04 October 2010 - 05:51 PM.

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Alias775

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Hello Boatmaster! Thanks for caring!

No, I accidently deleted some files that were under the subheading of Windows.

Now my html editors won't work at all. They will not give a font or a color.

I am NOT using Mozilla Firefox, I'm just trying desparately to get my html editors to run again.

When I got the missing .dll message, I went to Windows and got a copy of the exact match. That's the one I copied into the system32 folder.

However, I've noticed this .dll is also found within my html editor folder also.

Perhaps I should try using the copy from the file of my html editor?

Thanks! Alias775 :D
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If you have XP installation CD place it in the CD drive and when windows shows up click Exit. Click Start and then Run. In the dialog box type sfc /scannow (note the space before /) and press Enter. Now windows will look for missing or corrupt system files and will install them afresh. When the process ends the dialog box simply disappears.
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