On 13.05.2012 01:18, PictureZealot wrote:
I get the same thing on a Dell/Windows. This seems to be a common problem and I
can't find a good answer anywhere. I've tried renaming an often offending dll
in the System32 dir., uninstalled and reinstalled and can't figure this out.
Use a tool like Process Monitor
(http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896645) to discover
the DLL files that are loaded.
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