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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by quetzal, Jan 30, 2003.

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  1. quetzal

    quetzal Thread Starter

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    While playing Miniature Golf Mayhem I receive an illegal operation warning on exiting the game stating the problem is caused by module cncs32.dll! How can I fix it?:)
     
  2. MadDogMugsy

    MadDogMugsy Guest

    Hi there
    What operating system do you use?

    When you installed the game, did it come with this dll or did it instruct you to download it.

    Perhaps you need to delete that dll and reinstall it in the windows/system folder

    I found that dll at http://www.fpp-games.com/downloads.php

    cheers
    MDM

    whoops - almost forgot!
    WELCOME to this forum - have a great time in here!!
     
  3. quetzal

    quetzal Thread Starter

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    I'm using Windows 98 and not sure about cncs32.dll ? Notice did not say it was missing .only the cause! Thank you for your reply!:confused:
     
  4. MadDogMugsy

    MadDogMugsy Guest

    hiya
    I would still try deleting it (or rename it to old_cncs32.dll) and reinstall it fresh ... dll's can get bashed around and require replacement.

    that's it for my brain wave ... anyone else have suggestions?

    cheers
    MDM

    (oh ya - my endless comment for the week ... have you updated your system from http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com - it is important to have the latest and greatest files for your operating system - if you need any help with this mission please let me know)
     
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