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rscr32.dll help

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by thadon, Jan 15, 2003.

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  1. thadon

    thadon Thread Starter

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    i deleted this soemwhere along the line by accidnet, where can i get this file for windows Me, it is the file needed to run resource meter, please help


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  2. RSM123

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    Try here :

    http://www.dictacomm.com/Win_Dll/98_1st/R_dll_Files.htm

    Never used this site but found through Google.

    All other links to downloads led to $$$ sites - hope this works out for you.

    RSM123

    Can you reply if the above is valid - so people in the same boat in the future know its not a timewaste ??
     
  3. thadon

    thadon Thread Starter

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    i already downloaded that version.. its for win 98 didnt work.. thanx tho
     
  4. mtbird

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    Did you try uninstalling, then reinstalling the resourse meter ?

    Control panel>add/remove programs>windows setup tab. Scroll down to system tools. Highlight it, then click details. Scroll down to resource meter and uncheck it. Click ok, then reboot.
    Now go back into the same place and recheck it, then reboot again.

    Hope this helps.

    Debe
     
  5. thadon

    thadon Thread Starter

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    thanx man it worked


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