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Freecell is a game I suppose, but regardless at that point I would have suspected the software I just installed!! I would either uninstall it or try to fix it.
I installed some software on my mums machine and then Freecell wouldn't work.
I'm assuming the error mentioned rundll32. Not sure how you disabled it? Did you delete it rename it or move it? Tell me exactly what you did please. Where was it originally located at anyway?
The offender was rundll32 as when I disabled it eveything appeared fine, except I couldn't set up a shortcut on the desktop as it needed it.
I'm assuming you have win 98SE on that machine. rundll32 is located in c:/windows/ on every one of my win 98se machines. And as far as I know on a win 98 machine that's where it goes normally. Too many versions and flavors of windows and on some it is in windows/system32 (I think?)
Some posts on the web say the file should be in windows/system32 dir
Good idea there. I'm going to find it and glance thru it. I'm just a student here so I can't answer your HJT log, but I can certainly see if you have a problem!!
I did do a hjt scan and posted it
Edited by mr gambo, 26 May 2005 - 12:40 PM.
Yeah I love it. Had to use it too many times myself.
www.driverguide.com, excellent site eh?
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