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Oniketsoku

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I finally fixed about everything, but lost a lot of files from doing an irrelevant scanreg /restore
so i went to restore it and i restored it back to 11/6 and when the PW screen came up it said in an error box

Load DLL error
Can't load ProcNICs9x.dll

so i reinstalled my router software and the stupid message sitll comes up, and when i try to restore it to an even farther back point it wont let me :woot:
Soo..Retarded.. :tazz: :) :woot: :)
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Neil Jones

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Scanreg doesn't touch any of the files on the hard drive apart from the registry. It's an entirely different thing from System Restore, which you don't have (I'm assuming you're using Windows 98).

This file therefore was removed on another occasion away from Scanreg. Google it, it seems to be connected to a wireless network card? Try reinstalling that. Otherwise you should be able to download the file from somewhere.
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Yeah..well.. as soon I restored it back to the way it was 11/6 the problem started, and now scanreg wont work anymore and restore to any other previous points.. :tazz:
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Hello Oniketsoku...

Do you remember how we uninstalled the network adapter in Device Manager last time? Try doing that and reboot...let me know if that helps.

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Really strange lol, I was sitting ehre after that didn't work, ran a few virus scans, and in the middle of running one, AIM and the homepage pops up O_o
It was really random. But whatever, it works, it'a all good.
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Oniketsoku...

Glad you're back up and running! :tazz:

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