Windows 2000 registry link

Windows 2000 proff

have reinstalled my computer totaly with new scsi raid and scsi disks, and have now done every update awailible on both windows 2000 and office produckts..

but have a konfigurationproblem as follows:

c:\winnt\system32\ftpctrs2.dll for service MSFTPSVC are not the same as libory cleared in registry, and will not be autorised as cleard. (all in Norwegian and freely translated ;)

this makes a slowdown in my system, and have now checked everyting in my services to see if i might stop the service

Any ideas or help?

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The above sounds like it may be your problem?

Deb :))

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Haakon37Author Commented:
Yes it did ;) thanx and strike one :)

have an nice night

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