The Ordinal 56 Could Not Be Located In Dynamic Link Library Iertutil.dll
Mar 4, 2007
I installed internet explorer 7. But i didnt like it so i tried going back to internet explorer 6, But then i stated giving me a error like "iertutil.dll is missing" So i googled it.After reading about other people havING the same problem as me, I found out that i can download iertutil.dll from www.down-dll.com and copied it to cwindowssystem32.Before i done this my desktop was gone..But after doing this my desktop have reapperied however im still having a problem. Every time I try to open a program or do somethinG i get this erroe message "The ordinal 56 could not be located in the dynamic link library iertutil.dll". I would be happy to reinstall windows but I have lost the CD.
ive installed a game called big city adventure but wen i go to run it i get - the ordinal 947 could not be located in the dynamic link library kernel32.dll. ive tried reinstallin the game but still get it, ive even updated my directx n also deleted the game shortcut on desktop n resent it to desktop from the game folder but nothin helps. y am i gettin this error msg n how can i resolve it.
every time i log on or **** down my pc I get this mesage. Procedure entry point get process image file name W could not be located in dynamic link library PSAI.DLL and also Runner file Name(kodak software adapter.exe) lacksa'_' (the app id seperator)does anyone know how to get rid of these error messages.
Someone here at work decided to try and do something on my computer. Now explorer is screwed and wont function and i get The ordinal 35 could not be located in the dynamic link library iertutil.dll." whe i try and use something that needs explorer. Explorer will not reinstal. It is really hindering my work. Also my mouse loves to jump to corners of my screen for no reason. Changed mouses and pads but still happens. This is minor so it's not the important thing here.
When is tart my computer i get this error !!! and nothing shows up i cant do NOTHING i only c this background i have NO . Desktop icons or anything PLZ !!! For the ERROR read the subject OMG !!700 dollar computer just GONE
I know that most of us have had a dll issue at some time or another. However, with xp pro, I have been lucky enough not to have any at all.
A pc has been cursed with dllhell, so please suggest any ideas/solutions.
Before xp pro has finished booting (which takes ages anyway) the following message appears:-
'the ordinal 6663 could not be located in dll mfc42.dll' (related to launapp)
A possibly related issue to this is that some strange things happen with the system (windows explorer crashes and restarts if some programs are opened, or if I access the external usb disc drive. It makes sense to deal with one problem at a time.
I have Windows 2000 SP4 installed in my computer. I am getting this error "The dynamic library MSVCP60.dll could not be found in the specified path" This is happening only when i am trying to use some .exe files.
Since I removed a crapload of spyware using spyware doctor, I get the following message everytime windows starts up "Error loading 0wao0o9s.dll, the specified module could not be found" I'm not really able to find any info on this file.
When I log in I get the following error messages:The user mentioned in the file path on the bottom message is a different user than the one I'm using if that makes a different. I've searched for similar threads and they as for a HiJackThis log. Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.0 (BETA)Scan saved at 7:14:32 PM, on 4/14/2007Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600) Boot mode: Normal
I have a win xp sp2. after installing ie7, i got a blank desk top with iertutil.dll missing. now i can only access through task manager. get messages ordinal 173 not found in---, ordinal 313 not found --, explorer not found. even if i try to remove ie, it does not get removed.
It all happened 2 days ago on my Compaq Presario R3000 laptop when I decided to uninstall the newest version of Internet Explorer 7. Because I didn't like Internet Explorer and all the stuff I heard about it containing some bugs, I decided to uninstall it.So I went through Start -> Control Panel -> Add or Remove Programs and searched for Internet Explorer 7. I clicked on the one that only said "Internet Explorer 7" and it took me to this uninstalling phase.
It then warned me that most programs would "freak out" if I have done so by uninstalling Internet Explorer 7. So I decided to ignore it and take the risk, a risk that I was going to pay very soon.It took a few minutes of deleting the files and stuff, then I had to reboot, upon logging on to my account this error message pops up stating: "This application has failed to start because iertutil.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem."
About 2 days ago after installing an upgrade for IE8 and restarting it, my taskbar and desktop have disappeared. Luckily I accessed the task manager window and tried to use the System Restore option, but instead I get a message saying something about 'iertutil.dll'missing. I tried installing and moving 'iertutil.dll' to the system32 folder, and now I get this message saying 'the ordinal 56 could not be located in the dynamic link library 'iertutil.dll'.
Recently my Outlook 2003 will not link. If there is a link in the email to a URL when I click on it I get the following error message. "This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator" I am logged on as the admin, Running Norton Systemworks with AntiVirus. I also have Firefox installed but not running. Control-click from Word will also not work - and gives the same error message
windows loads and everything but when its done the only thing i get is the wallpaper, no START button no programs, seconds later i get a message that says explorer.exe couldnt start iertutil.dll was not found ,, is there anyway i can fix this i dont have the manufacturers cd windows came pre-installed on my laptop.
i've tried system recovery, system restore, deleteing the stupid thing and downloading it, i've tried deteling anything that might have ANYTHING to do with the program.i also tried to download KERNEL32.dll from somewhere to replace the one in my WINDOWS/SYSTEM file but they wont let me.
I m using windows xp I can't download Yahoo Messenger. A two step process, it gets stuck on the second process. Right after I hit the second "run" button it tells me: "Could not load the DLL library. The specified module could not be found." When I go under system 32 I find a ton of dll files.I am pretty new to computers. I asked a friend who isn't sure and another suggested googling DLL, which is what brought me here. One of the websites said i would find the files in the System 32 folder and so looked in there. Now I am writing you.
Whenever I try to open a folder within a folder through Windows explorer, I get this message: Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library Runtime Error! Program C:WINDOWSexplorer.exe abnormal program termination However, when I go into the 'folder' options and select 'view each folder in a separate window', it works fine (But obviously it's irritating that so many folders get opened!) I have tried to use a number of programs such as HijackThis!, lspFix, Regedit, Regcure, Runtifix, etc. but to no avail.
I keep getting this message, cannot load library topsearch dll. Am I missing something? I dont know what it is and if it should be in my computer. I've tried to read up on it but still do not know if it is something that I should have or not
I deleted a file called svchost.exe because Norton said it was infected with a virus. I use WinXP sp2. Now I can't find my taskbar at the bottom and I can't go online.I made a full system back up a few days ago.If I can restore this file(s), I think there were three of them, I think I get my computer to work properly again.The problem is where are these files located? If someone could look on their computer and tell me I would appreciate it.There variations on svchost.I know one was svchost.exe. I also know one was located in Documents and Settings.
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I've just bought an MP3 player and I've installed the software that is packaged with it. The program searched my HDD for all types of audio files and added them to my Library. What happened next was a complete blunder on my part: what I did was go through each file in my Library and delete those that I didn't want and keep those I did. I didn't pay any attention to what I was deleting, and I believe what I did has to do with a disk problem I'm havin'. I don't think my computer recognizes my D drive anymore (excuse me, please, I don't know much-- I mean the drive that plays DVDs/CDs). When I view My Computer, the D drive isn't displayed. Another example: when I'm in WMP and tryin' to copy tracks from a CD onto my HDD, there isn't a D drive listed to upload from.
If you have moved your music around on your hard drives, Windows Media Player continues to add new entries into it's library instead of modifying the existing ones. This means that you will now have multiple entries for the same song, half of which will not work now because you have moved the files to their new location. To delete the current library and build a new one, do the following:1. Close Windows Media Player, wait about 3 seconds for the database to close.2. Using "My Computer", navigate to the following folder:F (or whatever drive is appropriate for you):Documents and SettingsAll UsersApplication DataMicrosoftMedia Index3. Delete the "wmplibrary....db" file here. This is not your actual music, only the database which Windows Media Player uses as a listing.4. Start Windows Media Player5. Hit "F3" and enter the location where you have moved your music to. If it is on muliple drives, check "All Drives". Let it finish.You're Done!All the old listings will now be gone, and you will only have the new accurate ones.
Trying to install DSL, I get a message that the IP address cannot be located. I called Dell and they say that it is a software issue so it's Microsoft's problem. Microsoft says that since the software was installed on the computer when we bought it, it's Dell's problem.
I'm trying to take a shortcut in Outlook Express using it's mail modification security feature to filter out spam emails. I would like to be able to copy and paste all of my "spam rules" from my computer onto the system of other family members using a USB storage device. This would end up saving considerable time by avoiding the input of over 150 words (this amount is always growing), one at a time, into each computers OE mail modification security feature. I've look in the WINOWS folder and can't find where the OE files are all kept, and specifically, the spam rules. I've been to the OE folder before but can't remember for the life of me what the address is.
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