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win95 Help needed!

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by peril0us, Oct 16, 2003.

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  1. peril0us

    peril0us Banned Thread Starter

    Oct 13, 2003
    Okay. I dont know much about win95, but my grandparents have it. When i was getting rid of their spyware, i musta deleted some file that i needed because the Internet got some error. Anyways i reinstalled the internet, and it works, but now whenever i try to open Outlook Express i get this message that says, MSOE.DLL couldnt be loaded. MSOE.DLL is still there in the Outlook Express folder but it says it can't be loaded! Anyways i am wondering if someone here could help me. :confused:

    Also, on startup, i get 2 errors, IMUTIL.DLL and QDB.DLL. I know IMUTIL is caused by deleting Incredimail, which i deleted because it had a virus in it. Im not sure what the other one is or if it is what is causing this Outlook Express problem. I cant get up my HijackThis log, not sure if it would help.
  2. Davey7549


    Feb 28, 2001
    Seems there could be Incompatability issues here with the MSOE.dll.
    The fixes are not easy from what I have read in the MSKB articles but you will have to work through them.

    Here are three articles that could apply depending on version of IE\OE you are dealing with.


    Good luck and let us know how it turns out.


    PS: the QDB.dll is a Quicken program dll.
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