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Missing AUTHZ.DLL

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by jimk7734, Dec 8, 2001.

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  1. jimk7734

    jimk7734 Thread Starter

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    When I was trying to install a mailing program yesterday the install stopped with the error that it couldn't access regedit due to missing AUTHZ.DLL.
    I tried it again today with same results. So I went to run and typed regedit and entered and got the error "Missing AUTHZ.DLL".
    I did a Find and nowhere do I have a file AUTHZ.DLL.
    I checked the Windows 98 install disk and it is not there either.
    Does anyone know where I can find the file AUTHZ.DLL and in what folder should it be in?
    Thanks for any help.
     
  2. Mosaic1

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    Did you or do you hve a securuty program installed which has the capability of preventing access to various programs? The name authz.dll sounds like authorize. I couldn't find anything on that name in an Internet Search. Please double chsck the dll name.


    Or you may have a virus. Perform an up to date virus scan.
    Here's a link to a free online scan:

    http://housecall.antivirus.com/pc_housecall/

    And last but not least, go here and Download Startuplog. Run it. When it opens the results, copy and paste them into a post here.

    http://home.earthlink.net/~rmbox/Reticulated/Toys.html
     
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