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Error: Entry Point Not Found

Posted on 1997-09-08
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After my local networking software was installed I get the following
error message when various programs are invoked:
mpnotify.exe - Entry Point Not Found
The procedure entry point WNetGetCachedPassword could not be located in
the dynamic link library MPR.dll.

MPR.dll file size is 59,152 and the date is 4/30/97
mapi32.dll file size is 635,152 and date is 10/14/96

Many of the previously working applications are now refusing to start.

Does anyone know what to do about this?

Thanks,

Robin Ferebee
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I just checked my mapi32.dll and it has a size of 730,384 bytes. MPR.dll has the same size as yours. I guess your mapi32 dll is either corrupt or out-of-date. If you drop me a mail at ajain@cvbnet.cv.com, I can mail my mapi32.dll to you. I'm running NT 4.0 SP3 on intel.

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