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Need some 3.11 .DLL files..

Posted on 1998-06-26
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I have accidentally replaced some .DLL files in 3.11 with Win 95 versions (long story) anyway, I would appreciate if someone could email copies of them to me, so I don't have to reinstall Windows to get them back.  The files are:
CTL3V2.DLL
VBRUN300.DLL
MFCOLEUI.DLL
I am not sure these are all standard 3.11 files....send them to: rbrous@spectech.com and you will get the points!
Although after 3 PM PST I will go ahead and reinstall so, don't bother after that!
-Thorin
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gfueyo earned 50 total points
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Go to this page: http://www.fuzzysworld.com/dll.htm
and u will find those dll's and more.
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You only had one of em - but I don't think the other two are Win 3.11 files anyway.  Funny thing is I fixed the problem...and it didn't have anything to do with those 3 files!
Enjoy your easy points!
-Thorin
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thx Thorin... dll's are always funny
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