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I have a file damaged in my Windows, i dont know if i need it or i should repair it and even how to, but i was hoping someone can lead me in the right direction. The file is in my downloaded program files Windows/system32/IUCTL.DLL, THE PROGRAM FILE DOESNT HAVE A NAME BUT USES AN ID -{9F1C11AA-197B-4942-BA54-47A8489BB47F}
THE CODEBASE IS -

http://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/CAB/x86/unicode/iuctl.CAB?38181.8081597222 When i open this file i can only copy or extract these items and the 4 items in the cab are iuctl.dll / iuctl.cat / iuctl.inf / and iuengine.dll
.......... I copy n pasted the IUCTL.INF on my desktop and opened it and here what it reads........


;INF file for Project1.ocx
;DestDir can be 10 for Windows directory, 11 for Windows\System(32) directory, or left blank for the Occache directory.

[version]
signature="$Windows NT$"
CatalogFile=iuctl.cat

[DefaultInstall]
CopyFiles=install.files
RegisterDLLs=RegisterFiles
AddReg = AddRegKillBitWUV3IS

[RInstallApplicationFiles]
CopyFiles=install.files
RegisterDLLs=RegisterFiles

[DestinationDirs]
install.files=11
[SourceDisksNames]
1=%DiskName%,IuCtl.CAB,1

[Add.Code]
iuctl.dll=iuctl.dll
iuengine.dll=iuengine.dll

[install.files]
iuctl.dll=iuctl.dll
iuengine.dll=iuengine.dll

[SourceDisksFiles]
iuctl.dll=1
iuengine.dll=1


[iuctl.dll]
file=thiscab
RegisterServer=yes
clsid={9F1C11AA-197B-4942-BA54-47A8489BB47F}
DestDir=11
FileVersion=5,4,3790,14

[iuengine.dll]
file=thiscab
RegisterServer=no
DestDir=11
FileVersion=5,4,3790,14
[RegisterFiles]
%11%\iuctl.dll

[AddRegKillBitWUV3IS]
HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility\{CEBC955E-58AF-11D2-A30A-00A0C903492B}","Compatibility Flags",0x00010001,0x00000400

I dont know what to do from here so if anyone could help i'd really appreciate it.

Thankyou, vc
 
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Open Windows Explorer. Click on the 'Windows' folder. Click on the 'Downloaded Program Files' folder. If it is listed as Damaged, right click it, and select Remove. At a time when you need it again, it will be downloaded automatically.

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