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setup exe problems

by bewildered7 / January 17, 2011 3:18 AM PST

operating system- win2
I always have errors
can't update my browser because MS doesn't support win2

TODAYS PROBLEM:
tried to setup wireless router BUT it won't show up on screen

states as follows:
KERNEL32.dll
setup entry point Not found
procedure entry point Get process ldcan't be located

I am puter challenged with these type of things....please help if you can. Thank you

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Maybe it's time to move on?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 18, 2011 5:56 PM PST
In reply to: setup exe problems

If today's apps don't run and you can't setup a router the old fashioned way maybe it is time to move up?
Bob

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You need two things ...
by Edward ODaniel / January 29, 2011 8:31 AM PST
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Your router manual for the IP address of the router and a web browser in which to type the IP address to access the router setup.

The router manual will also provide the default user name and password necessary for accessing the setup.

Next, the router manual will step you through a manual setup and explain the settings you will be making.

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