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Illegal Ops: rnaap, rasexit

Posted on 1998-12-20
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Since upgrading to Win 98 I am frequently getting Illegal Operation messages that refer to either rnaap or rasexit.

What are they?  How can I resolve them?

Thank you for your help!

Dave
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go to RUN,Type SFC. then choose start for all FILES, then RESTORE corrupted files and Files Older than 5/11/98 if it Stop and say that there is at the RIGht a File with date before 5/11/98 choose RESTORE choose the WIN98 PATH/click OK
do this for all the files that it say is older than 5/11/98 if it is newer than 5/11/98 leave it unless is Corrupted. choose update if there is a file showing that is newer than 5/11/98
Files at the LEFT are the ones that were installed at the Right are files taht currently are used. you will see it this in the SFC screen. the other thing I will Recommend is to go to the NEtwork , In control panel, and remove all the instances, remember which one were installed. then select add, and reinstall the same thing you have and configured them again if they were.
Usually this will solve it.
RNAAP and RASEXIT has to do with the NEtwork devices. and has to do with corrupted and old Files. thats why I said to use SFC and Reinstall the NEtWORK devices in control PANEL
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