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RUNDLL32 caused an invalid page fault?


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tsloth

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When windows 98 second edition boots up I get this reading:

RUNDLL32 caused an invalid page fault in
module KERNEL32.DLL at 017f:bff9dfff.
Registers:
EAX=0063f9d4 CS=017f EIP=bff9dfff EFLGS=00000246
EBX=81932428 SS=0187 ESP=0063f824 EBP=0063f9d4
ECX=00000187 DS=0187 ESI=00000000 FS=2177
EDX=0063f9c4 ES=0187 EDI=000039d6 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
cc a1 e0 9c fc bf 8b 00 66 64 f7 05 1c 00 00 00
Stack dump:
baaa0000 8193246c 81949cbc 81949c88 81949c9c c1400910 819321f8 00000000 0063f9e4 00000001 0063f878 bff791a8 00000009 00000000 0063f9fc ffecbad7

I have recently removed PS guard virus with much difficulty!!!! Now I have this. Any suggestions!?
Thanks
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This will rebuild rather than restore the registry and also replace missing or corrupt system files

Boot the PC and keep tapping F8 right after the beep until you get options, select command prompt only, type scanreg.exe /fix then press enter, it will run through a few screens then say registry repaired. Press enter then press ctrl + alt + delete keys together to reboot.

When it has loaded, click start, all programmes, accessories, system tools, system information, tools then run system file checker and replace any files it asks for from the 98SE CD then reboot.
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Didn't fix the problem, but I never knew these tools existed! Anymore options?
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Try here

http://www.dll-files....shtml?kernel32

Save to here C:\Windows\System (Windows 95/98/Me)

Reboot your computer
If the problem still occurs, try the following:

1. Press Start and select Run
2. Type CMD and press Enter
3. Type regsvr32 "filename".dll and press Enter
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