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Error Msg APWUTIL.DL

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by drgnhrn8140, Apr 13, 2004.

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  1. drgnhrn8140

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    At each bootup, I get a error window that states the "APWUTIL.DLL" is missing.

    I am using Norton AV 2002 on my PC and it seems to be running properly with automatic updates and continuous scanning of files and incoming Email. This is a DLL file found in the Norton directory. It is, in fact, in the directory but it is "missing" in accordance with some program that is looking for it?

    How can I remove or fix this annoying error msg from coming up at each bootup?

    Thankx

    Jack
     
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    Well, no, that didn't help. I have NAV 2002 installed, not the mentioned 2004 version and I can do a complete hard drive scan.

    Any more ideas?
     
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    Are you saying you have both 2002 & 2004 versions?
     
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    I only have the 2002 version of NAV installed on my PC.
     
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    Helllloooo! Did you guys give up on me? That stupid msg is still coming up at each bootup...
     
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