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Missing dll file...

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by alamal, Jan 12, 2003.

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  1. alamal

    alamal Thread Starter

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    I'm having all kinds of problems with my friends pc. It's a Dell running Windows ME v4.9 with a PIII.

    Among other things one of them is that we can't seem to dial in to his ISP. We were finally able to dial in and get online but the pc wanted to download a newer version of Dell/Net MSN. The pc finally was able to download a newer version of DellNet and we were able to dial in. Now, it won't let us get connected. It says we're missing a SENSAPl.dll file. I can't even find any info on this type of dll file.

    Anyone have any ideas as to what this is and where I can get a copy of it?

    Thanks,
    Peter
     
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  3. RSM123

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    Or try here :

    http://www.dictacomm.com

    Though heed the warning about d/loading the correct file if there's more than one.
     
  4. lost_dude

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    ok i was able to download the SENSAPI.DLL file, but now where does it belong?
     
  5. brindle

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    C:\windows\system
     
  6. lost_dude

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    thank u
     
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    Weclome to TSG and tell all your friend of this site
     
  8. lost_dude

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    ty. but i wasn't the one that started this thread. i had the same question as the guy that did. then i had one that has to do with this one. so i saw no point in creating a new thread.
     
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