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apachesrule

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I have a laptop and I just reinstalled win 98 and it has a lot of .dll files missing here I have a Ibm Thinkpad 390 If anyone can help please help! The files are MSVCP60.dll ndis.vxd ndiswan.vxd dfs.vxd These are the ones I know of if anyone can help thanks! :tazz:

Edited by apachesrule, 08 September 2005 - 08:03 PM.

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peterm

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Do you have the win 98 cd? or did you reinstall from cab files
If you have the cd put it in the drive go sto start > run >
type in sfc /scannow press ok

Edited by peterm, 12 September 2005 - 01:37 AM.

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MSVCP60.dll is either missing or obsolete on earlier versions of win98. You will probably need to download it from the web, and some of the other ones too. If you have a disk with a later version of 98 you may be able to extract them using the System File Checker.
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Yes I have the windows 98 cd and I am reinstalling windows I will post when done with reinstalling windows.
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