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By tidiamon ·
ehy shen I boot up I receive error msg. - RUNDLL32 caused an invalid page default in module RUNDLL32.EXE at 016f:00406086

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by dmiles In reply to rundll32

RUNDLL32.EXE is a network protocol.NETBIOS is an application interface that allows applications to access network services provided by network transport,you may be expierence a protocol error.Go to network neighborhood and reinstall your TCP/IP protocol.Another option is to use find,files or folders and then locate in c:\windows\applications and double click to reinstall.Hope this Helps

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by tidiamon In reply to rundll32

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by BV2 In reply to rundll32

RUNDLL32 is not really a network anything - It is responsible for printers, modems, hardware in general. For what I've read it's a runtime dynamic link library for the OS in general, but in generally related to hardware. Most of the errors that come with RUNDLL32 stem from hardware issues. I would reboot into safe mode and remove all duplicated devices from the device manager, then reboot. If that didn't solve it, I would reinstall the OS.

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by tidiamon In reply to rundll32

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by Lyf In reply to rundll32

I agree with volbbm....
Also - you can use System File Checker to determine if RUNDLL32.EXE has been corrupted, and retsore it if necessary from your Win CD.
System File Checker Tool
Windows 98 includes a System File Checker tool. You can use this tool to verify the integrity of your operating system files, to restore them if they are damaged, or to extract compressed files from the Windows 98 CD-ROM. NOTE: To use System File Checker to extract a compressed file from the Windows 98, follow these steps:
1.Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click System Information.
2.On the Tools menu, click System File Checker.
3.Click "Extract one file from installation disk," type the name of the file you want to extract in the "Specify the
system file you would like to restore" box, and then click Start.
4.In the Restore From box, type the path to the Win98 folder on the Windows 98 CD-ROM, type the destinationfolder in the Save File In box if necessary, and then click OK.
5.Click OK, click OK, and then click Yes when you are prompted to restart your computer.
NOTE: If you do not specify a source cabinet (.cab) file in the Restore From box, System File Checker first searches for the file you are extracting in the specified folder (outside of a cabinet file). System File Checker then searches all cabinet files, sorted by MS-DOS directory order, in the specified folder. System File Checkerextracts the first instance of the file it finds.
(See MicroSoft KnowledgeBase Article Q129605 for details)
Hope this helps !

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