missing dll msenv2ui.dll

Posted on 2002-03-23
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
when I try to update the Office 2000 install to the service packs on windows update, it asks for the install cd and then says it is unable to access the following .dll:
msenv2ui.dll, located at
PFILES\VSTUDIO\COMMON\IDE\IDE98\RESOURCE\1033.  I guess my cd has become a bit corrupted since I can't acces this file to copy it from the cd, nor can I burn a backup of the cd since it gives an error on exactly this file.  If someone can tell me the exact url where this dll could be downloaded or could send me a copy by e-mail, I would be happy to give you 200 points.

Question by:miki92

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Broken link.....  Any update?

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