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Supercalifragilistic

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how do i put a screenshot in this post so i can show u what it sais
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unless you have server space, attach it instead

hit prtsc or(or alt-prt sc for just the windows) to snap the picture, open MSPaint, hit Ctrl-V to paste it, save it, then attach it to a post
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wen i try and add the attachment it trys to load
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wen i try and add the attachment it trys to load geekstogo.com/forum/index.php

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theres nothin there
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i think ive done it

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thats right but dfrag does exist becausae i found it in the system folder but wen i clicked on it i got the same message
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ok, well.....what ?

You are, I guess, loading the MMC? Whate preceded this?

Try this:

start > run
dfrg.msc
enter

what happens?
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If you've opted to have an administrative logon you may just need to log in before using it.
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wen i type that in on run i get the same message and wot do u mean by administrator logon
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I figured it out!!!!!!!!!

I've had the same problem due to Norton Antivirus deleting some dll's in system 32 from infection. Seems as windows has failed to automatically restore them like it usually does so you must do it manually.

go to http://www.dll-files.com and get these dll's (some you might not need)

msxml2.dll

msxml2r.dll

msxml3.dll

msxml3a.dll

msxml3r.dll

msxml4.dll

and msxml4r.dll

If asked if you want to replace another version of the dll, don't untill you've tested dfrg.msc and if it still don't work replace them all.

Drag these dll's in C:\Windows\System32\

you can back up your old dll's if you wish but when you put the new ones in then delete them windows will automatically start replacing them.

Try that my friend and spred the word to everybody having this problem. Took me a good 4 hours of reefing windows to figure this out.

Edited by Krazie316, 03 August 2005 - 03:47 PM.

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