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Missing SPORDER.dll


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DeanM

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I am missing a crucual file; sporder.dll I have a vague idea what the file is about but I have no idea where to recover the file from or where it goes. I hope that someone can help because this file is stopping my internet and network from working properly as well as MSDOS programs.
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Hi,

What OS are you running?

If you are running XP you might want to try doing a repiar install.

How to do a Windows XP repair install

Might also want to try.

Start - Run - sfc /scannow - Enter
Then just follow the prompts.

Note for both of these you will need your Windows disk.

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Hi,

Just googled the file and came back with this. :tazz:

http://www.bleepingc...les/sporder.php
That might be very helful. It even has a download link for the file. (Note it may be spyware, so do the following just in case)

Also, please, download HijackThis. Run it, hit scan now, hit save log, and post the log here, then myself or someone will analyze it.

HijackThis 1.99
Put it in a permanent folder such as, C:\HijackThis\HijackThis.exe

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