Problem with URLMON.dll

Posted on 1999-11-14
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Last Modified: 2013-12-29
When i install realplayer i get an error with RUNDLL32: error in module URLMON.dll.

Windows 95. How can i fix this?
Question by:mordi
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j_powers earned 40 total points
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URLMON is a file that is associated with Internet Explorer. What you can do is try doing a repair if you have IE 5.0.

Another reason why this can happen is if you are running an old version of URLMON.dll, and Realplayer does not like it.

With IE 5.0, you have to have software version 5.00.2014.0200

If you have IE 4.0, I will check the file date and size tommorow.

Here is a microsoft file that can help you with repairing the file


There may be another corrupt driver in your system. Probobly the sound driver.

Check this out, and let me know.

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