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Did Clean Reinstall now FILE is missing - Win98se

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Rhapsody, Sep 7, 2004.

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  1. Rhapsody

    Rhapsody Thread Starter

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    OK - -
    here is hoping that someone can help me out. i did a clean reinstall of my comp running Win98se due to my IE being all messed up. now every time i log on to my comp i get a black page with a warning that a device file is missing to please reinstall it if i deleted it on purpose for Windows needs it to run - the file name is: "mnsp32.dll"
    Comp will still finish loading after i hit enter - it runs good.

    any ideals as to where i can find this file so i can reinstall it onto my comp??

    THX,
    Rhapsody :D
     
  2. Linkmaster

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    Hi Rhapsody,
    Did you use a full version cd?
    Did you use a manufacturers restore cd??
    You may have to reinstall the motherboard drivers for the computer !
    Also, do you have a network card or onboard network ??
    You can go here to get that file:
    http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?msnp32
     
  3. Rhapsody

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    YES - i used a full version cd.
    when you say that i may have to install the motherboard drivers are you talking about the disk that i got that says: CD-ROM Device Drivers & User Manual? if so i have tried to open and install this disk with no luck. i think i have on onboard network.

    THX,
    Rhapsody
     
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    The motherboard in your pc.
    What brand of pc is it (HP, Compaq, etc.)??
     
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