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Missing DLL's need help

by x.killeddestiny.x / July 21, 2007 1:14 PM PDT

I'm missing a bunch of shared dll's and I need to know how to get them back without restoring my computer. This wouldn't be a big deal exept I now can't instal anything on my computer. Any help is greatly aprieciated.

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nevermind
by x.killeddestiny.x / July 21, 2007 5:32 PM PDT

I fixed it

It was caused by a program so system restore fixed my problem

Just as well the program was super annoying

Sorry for wasting anyones time

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manual fixing
by abhishek0216 / July 22, 2007 1:59 AM PDT

Well if you have missing dlls , you can easily fix the problem if the dlls you are takin about are of some application programs, you just need to reinstall the associated application program, and if the dlls are system dlls then sorry there is no other sure-shot option than to use the system restore option

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