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COMDLG32.DLL corrupt  ?!?!?!

Posted on 1997-08-18
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Can you please help me, when I scanned my hard drive, the message came up that the comdlg32.dll file is corrupt, and reinstall it.  How do I find a good dll file? and install it in windows 95?    
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the comdlg32.dll is a common file, just ask any of your friends to copy the file to a disk and then copy it to  you your \windows\system directory.
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Hello,

What if I don't have anyone else to ask for this file?


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Well before going too far, you have to know which version of WIN95 you have the 950a (first released in August 24,1995) or the OSR2 (Released last October 1996), and to find out: go to Start, Control Panel, then double click on the SYSTEM Icon, you will see it just in front of you (4.00.950 ????) Then let me know include your email address, and I'll send you the correct file.
Good Luck!
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