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internet explorer is linked to a missing export shlwapi.dll:185
how do I fix this problem it is on a win 95 machine?
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That's the "Shell Light-weight Utility Library."

It's in win95_20.cab on my Win95b CD. It's also on win98_33.cab on my Win98 CD.

For the Win95 CD do the following:

Assuming your CD-ROM drive is D: and your Windows folder is CD:\Windows click START | RUN  then fill in the box with:

extract /L c:\windows\system d:\win95\win95_20.cab shlwapi.dll
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Ooops. That should be "C:\Windows" not "CD:\Windows" for the location of the Windows folder. (Sometimes it would be nice to be able to edit something that's already been submitted.)
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