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missing files on ME reinstall

I'm running a Dell lattitude and recently had to reinstall ME. I have had a few missing files such as aspi files and cannot run some software. In viewing my ME cd I have found one of the files I need but don't know how to get it on my computer in the right place. Can I just rerun ME again over the top of the one already installed or do I have to wipe clean and reinstall everything again? Any and all help appreciated. Thanks

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Re:missing files on ME reinstall

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A key item is that ASPI isn't supplied with Windows ME. You'll need to remember what you did to install that and from whom.


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I have lost he Iprof32.dll file. How do I get it back?

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"I have lost he Iprof32.dll file. How do I get it back?"

Find the APPLICATION that it belongs to and install that.

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