need to reinstall corrupted winmm.dll file (c:\windows\system\winmm.dll)

i checked my w95-companion-disk -- the file's not there; i don't know where to get an uncorrupted copy of the "winmm.dll"-file in "c:\windows\system\"-folder.  i don't know the correct procedure/sequence for producing the results of 1)the corrupted-file having been deleted, and 2)the new clean-file in place.  (thanks for your assistance)
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winmm.dll looks to be from microsoft money? Maybe you look on this cd and reinstall it.
In Windows95 it's in the
WIN95_13 cab file

When looking for such files in cab files
Use Find in the Cabs folder on
the disk or

Then type file name in
Containing text box
Not Named Box

transitionerAuthor Commented:
thegorx's answer may be accurate -- as i wrote originally (my find brought up cab_12 as containing the "winmm.dll"-file); i couldn't get into the cab to get at it, and am ignorant about what a "reinstall the corrupted file" actually entails -- as i wrote originally, i don't know the procedure for getting/installing a clean version of my corrupted "winmm.dll"-file -- at zdnet-help&how-to, there is a skeleton-procedure about extracting the master-list, except it wouldn't open in wordpad.  my experience-level is such that, though i recall a ms-tech did a similar cab-file extraction, the procedure was so intricate and precise, at a dos-prompt, that i'm unable to re-create it.  If either thegorx or mkdjo has specifics for me, as to exactly which steps to take to execute their input, that would probably do the job for me -- and i'd be very grateful, as well as able to rate their answer.  my "thanks", in advance, to the creators of this help-site, and to the pool of talent that is available to "rookies" like myself -- appreciatively, james
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transitionerAuthor Commented:

my problem has been resolved --i checked at ""'s response to my question --> use winzip to extract the file.  i had already run "find" on my w95-companion-disk to locate "winmm.dll" in "cab_12" in "c:\windows\options\cabs"; so i used "winzip classic" to open the list of files in cab12, found my "winmm.dll", checked the box marked "overwrite existing file", selected winzip's "extract to"-option to extract "winmm.dll" to the "c:\windows\system"-folder --> then rebooted, and the job was done.

please disregard my follow-on comments and requests of thegorx and mkdjo, passing onto them my appreciation for the time they took to consider my problem.

thanks again for this website.
sincerely, james
Either get Cab Viewer from Microsoft
Which is hard to find now.

Or you can use Winzip


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