Nero Startsmart 8 start up problem

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Hey everyone, I have a problem with Nero Startsmart 8 start up. When I try to run the application I get the following error message:

This application has failed to start because MSIM32.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem. 

I’m using Windows 7 Pro,and I’ve never experienced a problem like this before.

Every solution is welcome.

Thanks.

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Best Answer by brionas brain
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Nero Startsmart 8 start up problem

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Guess what??

You have a messed up Nero program. I know it was working fine before.

Check this out!

Check your recycle bin to see weather you have accidentally deleted the very important file named MSIM32. dll. If it is not there, go for a system restore. That will fix the issue in most of the cases. If the issue is still there, try to reinstall the software . Don't just upgrade it. Uninstall completely and then install the fresh copy.

Remember, Never try to download the Msim, Dll files from those so-called websites unless you want to get infected with a nasty virus.

Hope that you can fix the issue and start burning some CDs.

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Nero Startsmart 8 start up problem

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I have found a site where you can fix your problem please download the zip-file and follow this instructions

http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?msimg32

  • Open the file zip unloaded of DLL-files.com.
  • It extracts msimg32.dll to a place in your computer. We recommend to you to decompress it to the directory of the program that it is requesting to msimg32.dll.
  • If that does not work, you will have to extract msimg32.dll to the directory of your system. For defect, this is:
  • C:WindowsSystem32 (Windows XP, Sight, 7)
  • If you use a version of Windows of 64 bits, also you should place msimg32.dll inC:WindowsSysWOW64
  • To do that sobrescribir the existing files (but they do a copy of the original file).
  • Begin the computer again.
  • If the problem persists, prove(try) the following thing:
  • Open the menu Beginning of Windows and it selects 'to Execute…'.
  • Scribe CMD and press Enter (or if Windows uses ME, scribe the command)).
  • He(She) writes regsvr32 msimg32.dll and presses Enter.

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