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RUNDLL32.EXE is corrupt!

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Ok this is my first post here. So first off, hello all!

Now, every time I try to either open a folder, or access my control pannel, I get this message:

"RUNDLL32.EXE is corrupt. Please re-install the file and try again."

I've tried all kinds of registry-fixing-programs, but with no success.
I don't have a hard copy of windows, only recovery disks. I don't wanna use them coz it will take me weeks to re-install all my software.

Does anyone know how I can fix this problem? :tazz:

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Got to Start>Run, type in sfc (system file checker), hit OK, when sfc opens choose replace a file, type in the filename and run it. You may need to win98 disk, or browse to the win98 or windows\options\cabs folder in your hard drive, if you have it. You can also ask sfc to check all your files.
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