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Windows ME 'Explorer' errors

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by rufusdespot, Feb 11, 2005.

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  1. rufusdespot

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    okay on a windows ME computer, when trying to access things such as Control Panel, or My Computer, an error pops up and mentions an error about D3Z0.DLL and another error box immediately after that one pops up and mentions an error involving KERNEL32.DLL. On the title bar of the these 2 error boxes it says: "Explorer"; so I assume that there is a problem running the windows explorer, but i don't know sure. Control Panel DOES load & is completely functional, but only after these two errors are displayed. Same scene in My Computer, but the CDROM cannot be accessed. Man i need some serious help and any help is good help! thanks.
     
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    Have you scanned for viruses?
     
  3. rufusdespot

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    i'm actually installing norton antivirus 2005 right now and i will see this piece of junk is infected in any way...thanks
     
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    Do updates immediately.....there are a ton of them already ;)
     
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    hey thanks for all the advice...i can always find help here.
     
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