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    I am having a problem with the RundII32.exe

    for example I have been trying to access this site for a time as well as others but I couldn't.
    There has been problems with programs on my system as well.
    And It was all because of RundII32.exe, I had to delete the RundII32.exe file and It all stopped.
    Now I can access this site as well as others

    Now some of the menu's won't work, mainly In the control panel.

    I don't want to put RundII32.exe back on my system, for It to start all over again.

    What I am looking for Is a file that does the same job as RundII32.exe, and makes the menu's work.
    And works In XP Professional.

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    rundll32.exe is a Vital windows file, you need it.
    the problem is probably not the rundll file but something else
    + i doubt you really did delete it properly unless you also deleted it from dllcache folder (hidden), hence if you look in c/windows/system32 you will see that rundll32 is back.
    do a virus scan, system check etc

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    Do a virusscan immediately. It's possible your rundll32.exe file has become infected.

    As 100% said this is a vital system file, and should not ever be removed.

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    It's one of the running processes for windows, I know this.
    And I did delete It, I did It In safe mode.

    I had problems with RundII32.exe I deleted It, now all the problems have gone.
    RundII32.exe was the problem

    I did a virus scan, It came up with nothing

    I am looking for Is a file that does the same job as RundII32.exe

    I found a solution to the problem, I downloaded a modified version of RundII32.exe.
    Then I had to go looking for another dII, called MSVCRTD

    It's working now,
    Last edited by forcus; 05-19-2008 at 02:28 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    anyway good of you for posting a solution

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