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When I ran Windoctor just now it came up with a problem but wouldn't fix it.
C:\windows\system32\MAPISRVR.EXE cannot access a necessary file "gapi32.dll"
Howcan I repair this? Thanks

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The issue appears to be noted...

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My view. The issue is SYMANTEC,

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My view is to not fix this. The issue is a bug in Symantec's tool. It's a mystery why this bug continues to be in Symantec's software when they could use a Live Update and fix it.

Bob

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I was able to download the dill file from a site and all seems well now. Thanks for you help.

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go to DLL-Files.com you should find it there. its a good site for finding missing dll files.

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Guy,

I have the same problem but can't figure out why. I'm just going to go to Google, find the file and d/l into the directroy Norton says it's mssing from.

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