Solved: Norton WinDoctor Error - need to know how to fix:

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lisakmusco

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When I run WinDoctor I get the following error that WinDoctor will not automatically fix but I'm not sure which suggested method I should take:

Problem Found: Directory\WINNT\system32 moved from drive C to D (2 problems) - A removable drive has been inserted or removed, or a directory was moved to a new drive causing drive C to appear as drive D. These problems should not be fixed automatically.
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Microsoft Shared .DLL error - The key, "SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\SharedDLLs," refers to a missing file, C:\WINNT\system32\FEELIT.DLL
Microsoft Shared .DLL error - The key, "SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\SharedDLLs," refers to a missing file, C:\WINNT\system32\LOGILANG.DLL

What do I do?
 

lisakmusco

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Well, for the heck of it I opened up the case and pushed on all my connections (especially the drives) and retightened all the screws, and when I reran Norton again the error is gone. So I guess I fixed it myself....Didn't think it could be that easy. But we did move recently so I guess things got jostled around a bit.
 
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