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By wayneinreno ·
I keep getting a pop up saying( "Program Not Found" "PNCRT.dll" cannot be located, do you want to start anyway? "This is an essential program"). I went into my programs to try to find this PNCRT file, but I get lost trying to locate it. I open folder options click DLL then edit, and I get nothing. Can you help figure what I can do to find this file and reinstall it?? Is this even possible??

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by Erwin Marsch In reply to DLL Files

Go to Start on the Windows Desktop and click on find. Then pick files and folders and type in the file name. Make sure the drive to search is set to C: and press OK. You should find PNCRT.DLL in the Windows/System directory. If it is not there it is on the original CD in Win98_56.CAB. You can restore it to your system by using the extract tool included with the installation CD. The procedure for extraction can be found in question Q129605 "How to Extract Original Compressed Windows Files"on the Microsoft support site.

Go to http://search.support.microsoft.com and mark the radio button for Specific ID Number and type in the question number Q129605.

The file you are looking for in Win98 is:

PNCRT DLL 282,624 05-11-988:01p

The file is also installed and used by IE 4 and 5. I am assuming you are running Win98. However, if it is another version the procedure is about the same and can be found at the Microsoft support site.

If all of this is complete Greek,you can copy the file from a friend and place it in the Windows/System directory. As long as your friend is running the same opertaing system it should work.

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by wayneinreno In reply to DLL Files

This has to be a RECORD.I no sooner placed my question, there was the answer about a half hour later. This service HAS to be the best tech site on the web. PERIOD. Also I want to say thank you to the person that answered my question with such precision.
Technically Yours, Wayne Christian.

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