Kernel32.exe Error

After installing Windows NT updates, MultiMedia Keyboard driver for HP model keyboard 5128 and installing Service Pack 6 from the Technet CD, I am receiving this error as follows:

"The procedure entry point UnMapLS could not be located in dynamic link library KERNEL32.DLL"

So far this error occurs when I first boot into Windows NT 4.0 Server and again if I try to access Quickbooks Pro.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
LBailey
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sgentherConnect With a Mentor Commented:
You installed a 95 version of a driver somewhere.See the article below:
PSS ID Number: Q142606
Article last modified on 05-07-1999
 
winnt:4.0
 
winnt
 

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The information in this article applies to:
 
 - Microsoft Windows NT Workstation version 4.0
 - Microsoft Windows NT Server version 4.0
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SYMPTOMS
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While installing, launching, or using features in a Windows 95 application under
Windows NT 4.0, the following error message appears:
 
   <Program.exe> - Entry Point Not Found. The procedure entry point
   <SomeProcedureName> could not be located in the dynamic link library
   KERNEL32.dll.
 
CAUSE
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The application is misinterpreting the operating system version and is trying to
call a procedure in the Windows 95 version of the Dynamic Link Library (DLL)
that is unavailable in Windows NT version 4.0.
 
Clicking OK, the only option, may or may not allow the application to continue.
 
RESOLUTION
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Contact the application vendor for an updated version that runs under Windows NT
4.0.
 
Additional query words: prodnt
 
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Keywords          : kbsetup ntsetup NTSrvWkst
Version           : winnt:4.0
Platform          : winnt
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Copyright Microsoft Corporation 1999.

You must find the 95 dll you installed and replace it with the apropriate NT driver.
 
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lbaileyAuthor Commented:
Thank you very much for the assistance with this problem.  The information you provided worked great.  I found out that the drivers that were on the original CD were in fact Windows 95 and not NT as indicated.  Thank you again.

LBailey
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