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.dll problem (inetcfg.dll)

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by hazzarduk1, Apr 15, 2004.

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  1. hazzarduk1

    hazzarduk1 Thread Starter

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    i have just been installing a new isp, i registered online just goin to download the last files for it... and i get an error "unable to load cofiguration library (inetcfg.dll)"

    anyone know how to fix this?
     
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    Hi hazzarduk1 ,

    Click Start, point to Find, and then click Files or Folders.
    In the Named box, type inetwiz.exe, and then click Find Now.
    In the list of files returned, double-click Inetwiz.exe.
     
  3. hazzarduk1

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    i tried it but got an error

    A require .dll file, inetcfg.dll, was not found
     
  4. hazzarduk1

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    i have added this file, i copied from a friend, this is the exact new error

    "cannot load the internet configuration library (icfg95.dll). The following error occurred: one of the library files needed to run this application cannot be found"

    there is a 2nd error after that which says

    "The inetcfg.dll file cannont start. check the file to determine the problem"
     
  5. Pacalis

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    Hi Hazzardduk ; What OS are you using ? And where did you save you DLL file to ?

    Here is a sight I find quite usefull for d/l DLL files. Good Luck !!

    http://www.webzila.com/dll/
     
  6. hazzarduk1

    hazzarduk1 Thread Starter

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    im used windows 98 second edition, the dll is in c:/windows/system

    one other thing, does it matter if the .dll name is in block capitals? the exact filename is INETCFG.DLL
     
  7. Pacalis

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    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 . :p
     
  8. hazzarduk1

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    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?
     
  9. Pacalis

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    I'm really not aware of case sensitive DLL's , but I may be wrong . Your best bet would be to d/l the same as you were prompted , just in case . And yes re-booting will be neccesary for Windows to locate the new addition .
    Good Luck !!
     
  10. hazzarduk1

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    restarting isnt changing anything, same errors :(

    im getting2 different errors from both of the files though lol
     
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