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Posted by: Admin
« on: August 30, 2006, 08:52:30 PM »

I've never experienced anything like it... I don't really think I can help, sorry :(
Posted by: Brian
« on: August 30, 2006, 07:43:32 PM »

ZSoft Uninstall was tried on WinXP with existing system problem.
There is no joy uninstalling 3rd-party programs at this time...
I restored all system files from WinXP SP2 CD... no beneficial results.
I suppose the registry has left-over artifacts that affect uninstall.
Maybe someone has had luck with something similar?

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Posted by: Admin
« on: August 30, 2006, 06:34:31 PM »

So all of this was issues before installing ZSoft Uninstaller, right?

Run32.dll is a critical component of windows. If run32.dll is unavailable, windows will not function correctly.

If it is corrupted or deleted, some stuff won't work... One thing you could try is search for "Run32.dll" on Google, and go to one of those places where you can download dll-files to fetch a good, not-corrupted, version of it... I don't know if it will work, and I guarantee nothing (;)), but I guess it's worth a try...
Posted by: Brian
« on: August 30, 2006, 06:24:10 PM »

System: HP Pavilion PC with WinXP SP2
Problem: The fancy console Nvidia v9 drivers crashed Run32dll.exe settings, etc.
Rolling back to v8 video drivers helped a little... multimedia will play again.
Still WinXP Control Panel/Add-Remove-Programs just displays Run32dll access error.?
So I tired ZSoft Uninstaller v2.3.1.4, and it refuses to update the list of installed programs.
Is there a solution this uninstall problem? What is scope of the Run32dll problem?:'(