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Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by wout, Apr 12, 2004.

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  1. wout

    wout Thread Starter

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    hi good people

    my problem is i get message your computer has perform an illegal operation and will be closed

    if persist contact your local vendor


    some times i click on the x i can go on working but most off the time it freezes i have to restart can some one please help thanks .
     
  2. jnibori

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    You are going to have to post more details, such as what you were doing when the error message appeared, the exact wording of the error message, OS, etc..
     
  3. wout

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    the system has performed an illegal operation and will be closed


    if error persist contact your local vendor

    using win98
    most of the times when i am on the internet

    rarely happens when off line
     
  4. wout

    wout Thread Starter

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    it just did it i get as follows

    This program has performed a illegal operation and will be shot down

    if thge problem persist contact your vendor


    when i click on details i get:
    explorer caused a stack fault in module:
    Kernel32.dll at 015f0 bff.742a3

    ann some numbers about register
     
  5. jnibori

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    Hmmm.

    No idea. You can try and replace the "Kernel32.dll" file. You can get it HERE. I'm not sure where you need to drop it on Win98. I have XP and I usually drop a copy in either Systems, or System32 folder.
     
  6. jnibori

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    Do a search of the file with your Search program and note the path. If you decide to replace the .dll file, then you can see where it belongs. NOTE: There are different .dll version though. Also, I don't know if that file is needed to boot.
     
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