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What does WMRUNDLL.EXE do?

By sluggo210672 ·
I was having problems with my P.C a few weeks ago. I kept on receiving a message
saying The instruction at "0x10001ef4" referenced memory at "0x0009b000". The memory could not be read.I looked up on the Microsoft website and did not find any reference to this application nor could I find much on the Internet itself.

I have since deleted this file and have had no problems.

It was located in the SYSTEM folder of Windows and is about 8KB. It did not appear in any of the processes, and appeared randomly, sometimes the computer was locked, others I would leave the computer for a while and when I cameback it would be there. I had to click 4 or 5 times before the message went away.

What is it, what does it do, and what program put ot there?

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What does WMRUNDLL.EXE do?

by DKlippert In reply to What does WMRUNDLL.EXE do ...

WMRUNDLL.EXE is a workstation manager file. Novel says it acts as a buffer between Workstation Manager and helper Dlls in case of a crash.
It has been connected with ZENworks.
There are some new patches available. Go to WWW.Novell.com and type WMRUNDLL in the search box to find the one that matches your situation.

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What does WMRUNDLL.EXE do?

by sluggo210672 In reply to What does WMRUNDLL.EXE do ...

Thankyou for your assistance. I had originally gone to the Novell site and only found two references to it, which did not elaborate on it, it merely mentioned them.
It does not seem to have upset the computer, so I may be inclined to leave it off.

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