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hypertrm.dll file missing

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when clicking on the hyperterminal icon under accessories i get the error message "hypertrm.dll file missing". where do i find it and how do i download?
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by:swwelsh
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You can get it from your win95 disk(s) using extract. Which version of win95 are you using? Try a search of your drive to see if it is there. You could also try add/remove programs under control panel to reinstall hyperterminal
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by:skylab060398
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I will email it to you if you need it.
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arnond earned 50 total points
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give me your e-mail and I'll send it to you.
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by:skylab060398
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Hey great idea Arnond!
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skylab: race ya'
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