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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Virgina77598, Sep 26, 2003.

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  1. Virgina77598

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    upon rebooting my pc, it says missing file something about VREDIR.VXD and press any key to cont., then it reads unable to load the dynamic link library: msnp32.dll.

    What should I do?
     
  2. NiteHawk

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    Hi Virgina, and welcome to TSG.

    What version of windows are you runing?
     
  3. Virgina77598

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    windows 98se
     
  4. NiteHawk

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    OK, Vredir.vxd should be in Windows\system and so should msnp32.dll. Check to see if they are there. Either use the Find command or use Windows Explorer to locate them. Let's see if they are really missing first.
     
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    ok it came up with nothing
     
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    OK, you know how to rename files and also how to move then from one place to another, right?

    I am going to send you a file called msnp32.txt

    For security reasons, we can't attach files with extensions like dll or vxd

    remame the txt part to dll and then move it into \windows\system

    the next message will heve the other file
     

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    Change this one from vredit.txt to vredir.vxd
     

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    Once you have both files renamed and moved into \windows\system then reboot and see if you get the same error.

    Computer keeping you up late tonight? :D
     
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