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Thread: Strange error

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    Strange error

    Whenever I run some programs, I get this error.



    Windows 2000, 1GHz PIII 512mb RAM, Realtek RTL8029AS PCI network card.
    IBM ThinkPad T21 - 750MHz PIII, 256mb RAM, XGA, S3 Savage IX8, 40GB HD, Windows 95
    IBM ThinkPad T42 - 2GHz Pentium M, 1.5GB RAM, SXGA, 64mb ATI RADEON 9600, 60GB HD, XP
    HP Zbook 14 - i7 4600U, 16GB RAM, 1920x1080, 1GB AMD FirePro M4100, 240GB SSD, 7-64
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    Is the program (are the programs) or the specific version(s) in use known to be compatible with Windows 2000?

    And is "the culprit" always ntdll.dll
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    Yeah, these programs always ran before on the other Windows 2000 system.
    IBM ThinkPad T21 - 750MHz PIII, 256mb RAM, XGA, S3 Savage IX8, 40GB HD, Windows 95
    IBM ThinkPad T42 - 2GHz Pentium M, 1.5GB RAM, SXGA, 64mb ATI RADEON 9600, 60GB HD, XP
    HP Zbook 14 - i7 4600U, 16GB RAM, 1920x1080, 1GB AMD FirePro M4100, 240GB SSD, 7-64
    Desktop - i7 3770K, 16GB RAM, 2GB AMD 7870, 256GB 840 SSD, 1TB HD, 7-64


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    There should be a copy of ntdll.dll in the i386 folder of the Win2K installation CD which you could use to copy over your current file in the System32 folder.

    You could also try SFC /scannow but might need to reinstall any SPs currently installed.
    Take nice care of yourselves - Paul - ♪ -
    Help to start using BiNG. Some stuff about Boot CDs & Data Recovery Basics & Back-up using Knoppix.

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