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marvy

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When I turn on Win98 I het a popup error:

Error Starting Program
The URLMON.DLL file is linked to missing export SHLWAPI.DLL:SHRegGetValueW.

I can work on the PC while the message is diaplayed however when I click "OK" it does not go away off the screen.

When I open Outlook Express I can receiving messages but I can't open the messages because it is saying something about being out of memory.

When I try to open IE nothing happens. The browser is just blank.

Can anyone help me solve this?
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easiest way to deal with that is to reinstall windows....

do you know what version of IE you had?
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I am runninf IE version 5.0.

What if I don't want to reinstall windows??

Edited by marvy, 27 May 2005 - 10:09 AM.

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I run free scan and fix from error nuker and the error message is gine, however IE and Outlook Express does not load. Any ideas?

BTW....I used error nuker free...i was not able to order full version because I can't open IE when I click on the registration button.
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