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System Error &H8007007E (-2147024770). The specified module could not be found

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by scrollisalegend, Feb 12, 2003.

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  1. scrollisalegend

    scrollisalegend Thread Starter

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    Hi all,

    I work for a relatively small software company and am currently having a pretty big dilemna about the system error as mentioned in the title.

    On further research I realised that I was not alone, and many people worldwide were experiencing this issue which prevents software to install on some XP machines. I thus now realise it is a Windows XP issue and not our companys. However on thorough search through support pages I have not found an ounce of information about it on the Microsoft site :( .

    I have also concluded it is an issue concering DLL and OCX files. Apparently when copies of these type of files are created when installing software, XP reacts in what I can best describe as an unfriendly manner. I am still a bit sketchy on the exact details and thus why I put it out to the forum.

    Does anyone know anything about this System error and what exactly causes it? Any help whatsoever would be GREATLY appreciated! Also does anyone know of a patch of some sort that clears up this problem?

    Thankyou very much and I am very eager to here if anyone out there knows anything about this silly XP problem. Thanks again. :)
     
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