Everytime I have to reboot (sometimes to get my printer to work) I get a message that says "you recently ran a program which used an older version of the following file: c:\windows\system\ddeml.dll
and you will need to restart your computer to repair it" or something similar to that. I generally just click ok and then continue on: my question is:
What is that file? Do I need an updated version? Why do I care? and if I need it, how do I get it? I upgraded to 95 from 3.1 and am fairly computer illiterate.
It's been there for a long time, so I can't tell you if it's been only after I loaded a certain software.
This question was answered on September 22, 1999. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.
Yes, what you need to do is to update that .dll that the error message is pointing out to you This can be done by going to Http://windowsupate.microsoft.com/default2.htm Click on product updates and the website will customize the menu for you.
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Posted by Ken Colburn of Data Doctors on September 22, 1999