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Missing dll

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Bill Arnold, Sep 17, 2004.

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  1. Bill Arnold

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    I have windows 98 and want to install AOL. When 98 comes up, message " A required .dll file, MS09.dll, was not found. AOL says this keeps me from aol install. How do I fix this problem? Thanks, Bill I am communicating this via another PC with Aol.
     
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  3. brindle

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    Whats the exact error message? A google search tells me mso9.dll is for office 2000, did you ever have win2000 on your computer? Why do you want to install ao***l?
     
  4. brindle

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    Bill as your e-mail pertained to your thread it should of been posted so anyone following along will see the progress. I am only asking some preliminary question and my be of no help.
    Is this showing at boot? no mention of system.ini? What about my other questions?
    e-mail me anytime you want...
    you can D\L mso9.dll here http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?mso9.



    Exact error message is: A required .DLL file,MS09.DLL,was not found
     
  5. Bill Arnold

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    Office 2000 was on this system along with other stuff which I uninstalled. It was after all these uninstalles that I have this problem. I get the message MS09.Dll not found after boot up and on desktop screen.
     
  6. brindle

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    I was hoping you'd say that. there is still remnants of office 2000 on your computer. do a file find for the program and mso9.dll. Also search the registry for it and delete all examples found. I'm not familiar with 2000 so don't know if it would be hidden or not.
     
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    Problem resolved through Microsoft help. Some program called "Fast Find" had to be deleted to fix this missing DLL problem. Thanks for the help. Bill
     
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