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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Hemijoe, Feb 4, 2003.

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  1. Hemijoe

    Hemijoe Thread Starter

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    When using printer, error code appears, Rundell32 yada yada. Printer wont print. tryed everything I know, Re- Boot etc. Never have had a problem before. Any thoughts?
     
  2. pyritechips

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    Hello!

    Your thread states "rundii32", your post states "rundell32" and Windows has "rundll32". This is a point of confusion.

    If it is "rundell32" as I suspect then it may be due to a viruss, or a Trojan. Do you have anti-virus software, is it updated and have you run a full system scan recently?

    Go
    HERE and run a full scan, then go HERE download and run Startuplist and post the results here.
     

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  3. Davey7549

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    Welcome to TSG!
    Sometimes Printer Drivers can become Corrupt and cause errors. There of course can be other reasons for error but the simplist to start with is uninstalling and reinstalling the printer.

    Dave

    PS: PC seems to have beaten me to the punch. His Idea of checking what is residing and starting on your system is a great idea and should be explorered. You can always uninstall-reinstall.
     
  4. pyritechips

    pyritechips Gone but Never Forgotten

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    Hi Davey:

    What concerns me is the confusion in spelling. I noted the "ii" instead of "ll", then the "e" added. In a search I found this. It isn't too clear, as it is a translation from German:

    "a Trojaner with the file name "rundell32.dlI" was obviously gedroppt."

    Note the added "e" and a final "I".
     
  5. Davey7549

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    Yes I concur PC that is why it is a good route to check for any nasties that may be lurking.

    Dave
     
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