-=PCTechTalk=- Re: Missing OLEAUT32.DLL

Hi,

Perhaps all that is needed is to register the copy of
oeeaut32.dll that is on your system.  From what I read
in your post the DLL already exists but has a problem.

Try:

START > RUN > and type "regsvr32 oleaut.dll"  (without
the quotes) and then hit OK.

MAKE SURE THERE IS A SPACE BETWEEN "32" and "oleaut"

Hopefully it will return a message that reads:

"dllRegistryServer Oleaut32.dll succeeded"  Hit OK and
your done.

HTH.

John Lehn (Sydeney Australia)
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--- Jan Robey <hrstreak@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello All,
> My computer suddenly decided to render a few of my
> programs useless.  I use 
> a program to check mail & quickly dispose of the
> trash & it seems to go just 
> so far before it wants to lock up & send an error
> message to Microsoft.  I 
> contacted the person who wrote the email program,
> sent him screen shots of 
> the error messages & he said it was not a part of
> the program but it was a 
> windows library file called OLEAUT32.DLL that was
> the problem.
> 
> I went on the net, found the file & tried to
> download that file & replace 
> the one that is there.  When doing this all my
> programs are closed, but the 
> download sends an error saying it can't download
> because that file is in 
> use.  How can it be in use when nothing else is
> running?  But how do I get 
> this file into the computer?  can you give me a bit
> of help? Is there a 
> internal repair kit that Windows uses to replace
> that dll?
> 
> Thanks
> Jan 
> 
> 
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