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where does oscore.dll file go?


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ok, i have the file dowloaded and unzipped, i jus need to know where to put it, it keeps saying its missing...where does it go?. i cant updated my messenger and certain programs i have that run on it, dont run properly, like music for my nox game.
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oscore.dll is a DLL which contains functions for AOL instant messenger.

You could try putting in the folder for AOL IM
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thank you, im trying it, but where else could it possibly go?
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Possibly the main AOL Folder but it isn't of use to any other programme
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i dont have aol, i jus have the messenger. so im hopin this does the trick
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i wonder if this is connected to the erro message i keep gettin wen i try 2 dowload yahoo beta messenger, it says: error: could not load, the DLL library. One of the library files needed to run this application cannot be found
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