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Thread: Rundll32.exe causing Errors After Latest Nvidia Driver Updat




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    Hey There.

    I Am Running Win2K Pro, MSI Via KT7 Motherboard ,AMD 1900Xp, 512Mb, Gainward Ti4200 64Mb 8X Agp. I Have Just Recently Updated My Graphic's Card Drivers to 52.16 And Straight After Re-Booting Windows I Open Up Control Panel To Change My Settings And It Comes Up With This Error "rundll32.exe has generated error and will be closed by windows. You Will need to restart the program." I Fully Un-Installed The Previous drivers before updating to 52.16 So I Don't Think It Is A Driver Confliction, And I Have Scanned For Virus's. None. I have Even Tried Downgrading My Driver Version. So I Would Like To Get This Error Fixed.


    Any Help On This Subject Would Be Really Helpful

    Thanks

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    System restore back to a few days ago?

    Have you tried Last Known Good Config? (F8 at startup)

    Another thing is to see if Rundll put an error in your Event Viewer. Does 2k have an event viewer? I have no idea, never used it. If so, it's Ctrl Panal -> Admin Tools -> Event Viewer. There you might get a better idea of if it's the exe or if it's the actual dll it's trying to initialize that's causing the problem. If it says it's a dll and you don't know what the dll is use for, you can probably find out by searching for it on google or posting here. GL.
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