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Old July 7th 04, 01:24 AM
bkelran
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Default corrupted files ??

i ran the scan for windows and it found these 2 files
msieftp.dll

setupx.dll

said they were corrupted but i have my OLD 98 upgrade CD and it would not get it from there what do i do??

also in the start up i have this page now saying file missing progra 1\symantec\symevnt.368

is missing hit any key to continue

My keyboard is also only allowing me to use certain keys

really frustrating
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Old July 7th 04, 02:24 AM
PCR
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Default corrupted files ??

http://search.support.microsoft.com/...SD=GN&LN=EN-US MSKB
Search "setupx.dll"; Windows 98; Full Text; Exact Phrase; does produce
many. Better go look, just to see the kind of errors that would pop up
if you really had a bad one. If you experience no other "setupx.dll"
problem, then do the easier solution in...

http://support.microsoft.com/default...93&Product=w98
Corrupted Setupx.dll After Installing Windows 98 Second Edition
(231793) - After you install Windows 98 Second Edition, you may be
notified by the System File Checker tool (SFC) that the Setupx.dll file
is corrupted.


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Naturally, you will not sue,
should things get worse after this,
PCR

"bkelran" wrote in message
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| i ran the scan for windows and it found these 2 files
| msieftp.dll
|
| setupx.dll
|
| said they were corrupted but i have my OLD 98 upgrade CD and it would
not get it from there what do i do??
|
| also in the start up i have this page now saying file missing progra
1\symantec\symevnt.368
|
| is missing hit any key to continue
|
| My keyboard is also only allowing me to use certain keys
|
| really frustrating


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Old July 7th 04, 07:25 AM
Gary S. Terhune
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Default corrupted files ??

Ignore them. Neither have anything to do with your problems, and System =
File Checker is notoriously wrong about such things.

As for your symenvt error--did you recently uninstall anything from =
Norton? Do you have Norton installed?

As for the keyboard error--first try using a different keyboard.

As for all of the above--you may have been infected by a virus.

--=20
Gary S. Terhune
MS MVP for Win9x
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"bkelran" wrote in message =
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i ran the scan for windows and it found these 2 files
msieftp.dll=20
=20
setupx.dll
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said they were corrupted but i have my OLD 98 upgrade CD and it would =

not get it from there what do i do??
=20
also in the start up i have this page now saying file missing progra =

1\symantec\symevnt.368
=20
is missing hit any key to continue=20
=20
My keyboard is also only allowing me to use certain keys
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really frustrating

 




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