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Olecli32.dll help

Yesterday I got a blue screen that says:

STOP: c0000221 {Bad Image Checksum}
The image olecli32.dll is possibly corrupt. The header checksum does not match the computed checksum. and so on

how do I fix this? Is there a way without formatting? I overwrote the old olecli/olecli32.dlls but now the blue screen says something about registry values. Doesn't that mean I need to add the dlls to the registry somehow? Please help! Thanks!

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Since it's just a one time event. Why fix it.

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Your post seems to convey it happened one time. PCs do tend to not be 100% reliable so unless it's very repeatable, we reboot and carry on.

Bob

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Re: Since it's just a one time event. Why fix it.

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Yeah it keeps repeating. I'm going to just back up what I can and format.

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Not a one time event. Will look at it now.

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Be sure to note such things and when posting, consider this.

Think that all the forum responder may know is what's in your post. I read your post twice and thought it was a one-time error. Hence my response.

I'll look a little deeper and post a followup in about an hour...

Bob

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Re: Not a one time event. Will look at it now.

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I wasn't getting mad or anything. But I apologize and well I just fixed the problem by formatting. Thanks for taking the time to help.

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Try a memory test.

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