Windows error in running program

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Hello.

Two days ago I received this error every time I ran a program.

C:windowssystem32version.dll is either not designed to run on windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact your system administrator or the software vendor for support.

This same error is displayed for every application except MS word and windows messenger. In the last three months, I tried system restore and that resolved nothing.

Then I run windows defender and it displayed with one click but after removal the error message was still present. I looked at a lot of forums for help but they all suggest antivirus programs which did not solve the problem.

And I am not able to do this because the error is ahead of setup wizard runs. I experimented by download new programs in another computer and transferred by usb to the vista computer.

The browsers such as Firefox, Safari and Internet explorer still won’t open. I am using vista as my operating system. How can I solve and restore this problem?

Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #90867

Windows error in running program

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Hello Olivia.

Your problem sounds like it can be fixed by running Windows System File Checker.

To run SFC, do the following steps:

1.  Go to Start -> Accessories -> right-click Command Prompt icon.

2.  Select "Run as…" option from the list.

3.  Enter the name and password of Administrator.

4.  An elevated Command Prompt window will pop up.

5.  At the DOS prompt, enter the following command: sfc /scannow

6.  Sit back and wait for system file check to finish checking and fixing all corrupted and missing system files.

If SFC does not fix your problem, get you Windows Vista installation disc and do a system recovery from there.

Answered By 0 points N/A #90868

Windows error in running program

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I have a solution for your problem Please download this file because it will be need for your problem to be solve http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?rtutils rtutils.dll.zip

Open the downloaded file extract armacess.dll to this location on your computer. C:windowssystem32 but if you are using a 64-bit version of windows, you should place the file to C:windowsSysWOW64

Overwrite any existing file and reboot your computer and Run the program and if it still occurs. Click start and then run and type this on the run regsvr32 rtutils.dll and then enter.

And then run the program again this will surely work now. I hope you enjoy you’re stay here

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