i have tried the link u gave me, it came back with 2 results for inetcfg.dll one is block capitals, 1 isnt... any difference in each file? reboot? i havnt done that after adding a .dll to c:windows/system, could that be the problem?THEROACH said:ok, that is the proper location for that Dll , for that OS. No it isn't case sensitve . Perhaps you got a bad file ? You could try to d/l another,and try again. Remember to re-boot after installation .
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