Help some Dll file !!! Reply as soon as possible

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Katana_SIm

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I just restarted my computer and some sign came up:

.Dll file C:\Windows\System\MSUCRT20.dll missing

My msn messenger also said something about an error.

HELp
 

Styxx

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you need to start by scanning for virus, trojan or variant on-line at http://housecall.trendmicro.com

Often when you have startup error messages it can be from a program being uninstalled incorrectly, virus, etc.. In most cases reinstall the missing program then uninstall it correctly, restart inbetween uninstall/rinstall, uninstall Mesenger in the Add/Remove Programs control Panel; Restart your computer then reinstall Messenger.
 

gmh

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In Windows 98, a copy of this missing file is lodged in
C/Windows/sysbckup

Use System File Checker to replace the current file
(in C/Windows/System) and, when asked, point to the
backup folder
 

Styxx

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Cure Your Ills With the System File Checker
Windows 98

When you're having trouble with Windows 98--and who doesn't at some point--you might want to try a little-known utility called the System File Checker. Close all open programs and go to Run in the Start menu. Type sfc and click OK.
Check the Scan For Altered Files radio button and click Start. SFC will look for files that have been corrupted. If it finds any, you can use it to extract clean versions of the files directly from your installation disk.

Or

To start System File Checker, follow these steps:
Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, click System Information, and then click System File Checker on the Tools menu.
 
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