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17-Feb-2011, 04:31 PM
LPK.dll
I used System Restore, didn't like what it did, so I undid the restore. But now ANY program I try to run that isn't part of windows says "(program) can not run because LPK.dll is missing." Something along those lines.

Now I've read up on lpk.dll so I tried replacing the file with a newly downloaded one. Guess what? Need permission even though I'm the highest in admin rights. So I tried safe mode with command prompt. Guess what? Access is denied. I CAN NOT replace lpk.dll. Secondly, as I said, NO programs work. So if I try to use a program to fix the problem automatically, it doesn't work because of lpk.dll. If I try to use a program to stop the access is denied stuff, it doesn't work. I need a way I can FORCE the system into replacing the file. Otherwise there's no way I will ever be able to use my computer again (besides reinstalling the OS).
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17-Feb-2011, 04:57 PM
Let me clarify. I just need to know if there's a way to fix all the mess that system restore has gotten me into. I can't believe that a tool that's supposed to help you actually makes everything WAY worse. It can't even properly restore!
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11-Mar-2011, 03:36 AM
I have the same problem after a re-done restore. PLEASE, any help?!?
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