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yayagirl

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When checking the command regsver32 Shell32.dll, It say's that Shell32.dll was loaded, but the dllregisterserver entry point was not found. DllRegisterServer may not be exported, or a corrupt version of shell.32 may be in memory. Consider using PView to detect and Remove it. I ran the SFC and everything was fine with the shell.32 dll.
What is Pview? I have win98se, PentIII 256mb ram.
 

TonyKlein

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Yayagirl,

Shell32.dll isn't self-registerable, so your 'error-message' is completely normal.

There's very likely nothing wrong with the dll, but if you'd like, you can always experiment by restoring the original from your Windows CD-ROM: How to extract files in Windows 98 and Windows Me

What is the reason why you want to register it?
 

yayagirl

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I have been having problems with IE6, so have gone into File types, and tried changing URL: File Transfer Protocal, gopher,hypertext, and hypertext with privacy. to C:\program files\internet explorer\iexplore.exe. They change and then I can open hperlinks, but it does not keep the change. Also, am having problems with a pop up window, in a site that I have to enter information on. It will not accept my info. Thanks for your reply so quickly. If you have any other suggestions I sure would appreciate it.
 
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