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Thread: problems with rundll32.exe and drwatson.exe

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    Nope i get no errors like the one you showed.The only error i get is the one i showed in the thread earlier and that was only happening when i tryed to browse folders on my hard drives.But like i said once i deleted drwatson.exe after shutting it down everything seems to be working fine.so far no more freeze ups or errors.

    by the way whats with the above post? "geezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz"

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    It has been a long time since I had a rundll32 error. Probably dates back to two or more years. My solution was to find file in Windows>system 32 folder, change the file name. Then I conducted a search for rundll32.exe, downloaded and copied it into Windows>system32 folder.

    I know that it is risky to download a system file from the net. I would only use this solution when everything else has failed.
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    I know that it is risky to download a system file from the net. I would only use this solution when everything else has failed.
    Why can't you get it off the CD ?

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