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DLL Error Missing Entry: ResetCIDS

Posted on 2013-01-15
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OS: Windows XP Professional SP3
Error: Error in C:\Windows\System32\csnp2uvc.dll Missing Entry: ResetCIDS
Occurs: Everytime the PC is logged into

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Question by:Helping_Almac
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You have a program that is expecting to use a different version of the csnp2uvc.dll than the one you are running.

Hopefully the windows event log will tell you what the offending program is. Then with that knowledge you can determine what version of the DLL you need.
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