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Invalid RPC sub

Posted on 2003-11-12
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Hi there, i recently tried to install Macromedia Studio MX, but after it had extracted the files, i got an error saying that there was something wrong with my RPC SUB


ANy ideas people?

Cofneverlivetotell
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The oleaut32.dll file may have been replaced you need to reapply the originall oleaut32.dll

Start > Run sfc
Select Extract one file from installation disk
enter oleaut32.dll.
Click Start in the SFC box
In the next window enter either c:\windows\options\cabs or the path to the CD
Click OK.
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Thanks,


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You are welcome :)
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