I am running Win2000 on a dual boot with Win98, when booting up to Win2000 I recieve the following error message
"The procedure entry point ThunkConnect32 could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.DLL"
How can I get rid of this error message? Once I click OK everything seems to run just fine, I would like to keep that from poping up on every boot.
Here is the history leading up to the error message.
upon installing the video card (Abit Siluro GF2, Geforce2 MX chipset) I did recieve the error message, something about missing NVARCH32.DLL from the NT system folder, (click OK and everything seemed OK but I wanted to get rid of it) anyway I found that file on the driver disk and copied it to the folder that it said it was missing from, that error message disappeared.
Now I get the new error message and I cannot find any file by that name on any of the drivers disk.
I was getting the (missing NVARCH32.DLL) and did a reinstall of Win2000 to get rid of it, it did not show up again until I installed the drivers for the video card.
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