WHY DO I GET A DLL ERROR MSG, AND HOW DO I MAKE IT STOP?

Question

When I boot my system, I get the message "missing distribution dll", what is going on and how can I stop this message from popping up everytime I turn on my computer?

Answer

This question was answered on January 11, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

DLL FILES ARE COMPONENT FILES TO A WINDOWS O/S WHEN YOU GET THE MESSAGE IT USUALLY MEANS THAT SAID FILE IS EITHER CORRUPTED OR MISSING (THROUGH ACCIDENTal deletion) SINCE WINDOWS SYSTEMS, LIKE XP, ARE SO ENCOMPASSING, IT COULD BE WEEKS BEFORE IT CAUSES A FATAL ERROR BUT EVEN SO TO DISABLE THE WARNING MESSAGES WOULD BE IDIOTIC, SO USE AN XP CD, AND USE IT TO PERFORM A DIAGNOSTIC CHECK, WHERE IT CHECKS TH O/S FILES INDIVIDUALLY, AND EITHER REPAIRS OR REPLACES THEM.

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on January 11, 2004