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problem with msgsrv.dll

Occasionally, and randomly, my windows 98 computer with 64 ram freezes. I press ctrl+alt+del and nothing happens. Sometimes it will unfreeze a few minutes later and allow me to view the task manager, which tells me msgsrv.dll is not responding. I read into it on miscrosoft.com and they said there is no way to fix it because advanced power configuration is on. Is there a way to fix it?
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adidasman2k5
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yipihaCommented:
Two options :

- Before noon, you can do it anyday by crossing your fingers

- After lunch, you can do it fullmoon day by dancing naked in the street

Although I may be wrong and you are simply not in the good section of the experts-exchange web site.
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lkicker78Commented:
Lee Tutor solved this one for someone else a while ago:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Win98/Q_20082896.html

Good Luck!
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yipihaCommented:
Now this is weird - sorry for that answer but the question which was displayed last night was about how to put forms under other windows using WindowsPos function....grmb...
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adidasman2k5Author Commented:
wooooaaaahhh... i figured it had something to do with the modem as it only happened when i was connected to the net. thanks.
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