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Warning 'msikqw32.dll is missing' on startup


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Ganjafinger

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I was working through a tutorial to help my laptop run my music software better and also changed the Windows theme. Somewhere along the way, a .ddl file called msikqw32.dll has disappeared. I have Googled the name of the .dll hoping for an easy fix but Google doesn't bring up a single result for it which is why I'm turning to you guys, the fact that there isn't a single search result for it makes me more than a little worried :help:
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I have the same problem but it came from reinstalling vista here's my topic with the same thing: http://www.geekstogo...77#entry2123277
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Ganjafinger

Welcome to GeekstoGo

If you can still load Windows, system restore to a date before you tried this enhancement.
Generally speaking you are well advised to stay away from such programs unless you can see that they are well tried and tested.

If you cannot load windows even in Safe Mode then either boot from the Vista or 7 disc and in Repair Your computer select system restore or if you do not have the DVD as the system was preinstalled Key F8 choose Safe Mode
If that does not work choose Last Known Good
If that does not work choose Repair Your computer and then System Restore.

http://windows.micro...uding-safe-mode
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