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Userenv.dll Missing File Question

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by doogdoog, Feb 21, 2007.

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  1. doogdoog

    doogdoog Thread Starter

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    Aloha,
    I had a program called Gurunet (Like a dictionary) and uninstalled it because it was unsupported by Atomica and it didn't work anymore. Now when I boot up my computer, there is an error message saying "A required DLL file Userenv.dll was not found" and I just click ok to close the error message. Computer works ok but I hate to see that error message everytime I boot up. Any fix to this?? TIA

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    doogdoog
     
  2. kiwiguy

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    The file is part of Windows, the software uninstalled must have been poorly written to uninstall the file.

    You should try System File Check - Start - Run - SFC /scannow

    But that depends on the WIndows version, one thing we do not know from your post.
     
  3. doogdoog

    doogdoog Thread Starter

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    Aloha kiwiguy,
    Thanks for the reply and yes, I forgot to give windows version. I am using Win98SE as my OS. TIA

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  5. doogdoog

    doogdoog Thread Starter

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    Aloha kiwiguy,
    Thanks for the link and I tried it but I couldn't get it to find the missing dll. I have the original Win98SE cd but it couldn't find the userenv.dll file. It didn't check the cd automatically so I had to go to every folder in the cd. Any other idea's?? TIA

    Mahalo,
    doogdoog
     
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