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By KERMITRICE69 ·
I have a problem with my computer where it states that my olepro32.dll is missing. I have found a download of the file, but I do not know how to add it to my computer. Please help me!

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by Ann777 In reply to dll files

download the file and save it in the path: c:\windows\system

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by KERMITRICE69 In reply to dll files

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by Seeker2000 In reply to dll files

Go to where you have it downloaded and highlight it,click the right button on your mouse and select copy.
Now go to the windows explorer page, click on the c: drive, now highlight the windows folder in the left pane under the c: drive. With the windows folder highlighted right click your mouse again and select paste.If it tells you that file already exists choose to overwrite it.It is corrupted.
If you get this type of error message again in the future and have access to another computer, search for the dll you are looking for, (if you have w98 make sure you are searching on another 98 machine) Go to start,select find,choose files and folders and type in the name of the file in the dialog box. Highlight it, select copy and paste it on toa floppy disk. Write down the path to where the file is located. Bring it back to your computer and paste it back in to where you copied it from.

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by RoadRunnerChaser In reply to dll files

if the others did not work, try the systemfilechecker command from the start/run and type sfc and hit enter. it will either check your whole system for corrupt files or you can tell which files to replace. point to the bad file, point to the replacement and go.

this utility is included with window's operating systems.

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