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hi to all geeks. i got this problem yesterday winnsi.dll is missing. i cant open my internet explorer and my google chrome so i decided to fix it becoz i want to use internet. these are the list of things i did.:
2.sfc /scannow
3.system restore on later dates
4.msconfig -- clean boot
5.run my avg anti virus
6.i copied winnsi.dll to my c:\windows\system32 using my recovery disk
all of that didnt fix my pc.
i fix it by using the image i created before needed to update my pc again and lost some program.
i want to know if is there an easy way to fix that missing dll files??? i want to be good on fixing computers and thats the reason why im always here in this forum to learn:
i saw some site where its like you need to download dll files then everything will be fix... but i dont usually just use the site unless you guys geeks here will recommend it.
is there anything else aside from the above list that i do would fix that dll files missing??? is there really a good site or safe site where i could easily fix dll files is missing??? thanks guys for reading my post. hope someone here will give me good advice. thanks in advance.
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Start with Microsoft HERE and let me know if it resolves the issue.
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