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AXWIN frame Window: mmc.exe - Ordinal Not Found

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Greetings!!!

Windows server 2003.  When I open the computer management and goes to Services.  the followiing message pops up.  "The ordinal 325 could not be located in the dynamic link library SHDOCW.dll" OK button is there.

I have to click few times to get to the services page.  Tried to google it about this error but could not find any answer.  

Note:  This server is also running SQL server 2000.

I will appreciate your help in this regards.  Thanks in Advance
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What service pack are you running for server 2003 ? Also you try sfc as suggested in this link

http://www.computing.net/answers/windows-xp/ordinal-not-found/150775.html

Hope this helps
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