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Internet Gaming Zone, Age of Empires, Win 95 errors

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I am consistently getting one glaring error on my system everytime before i turn it off: DIBENG.DLL @ 0003:000026e6.  I have had this for a long time and it is driving me so crazy i am almost willing to re-format the entire hard disk.  It happens in the Internet Gaming Zone, in Age of Empires game, in windows explorer, just about everywhere.  I have checked across the web and haven't found much.  I would appreciate sincerely ANY ideas, suggestions, whatever would be remotely useful. Thanks.
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I have two suggestions:

1) Give me your email, and I will send you a new copy of that DLL.  This probably won't work, but it is easier than option number 2:

2) Reinstall Windows.  There is not necessarily a need to reformat, you should be able to reinstall on top of the existing version.

If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask.  Thanks!
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