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Word 2000 I accidentally deleted critical files


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#1 Firetooth

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Posted 06 September 2009 - 03:14 PM

I have an old Sony computer Z-505 Windows 98 that I use only for writing. Today, just to create more disc space, I removed a program MediaFACE II via add-remove. I tried to be careful to not get rid of shared files, but, long story short, I now have two Windows 2000 critical files missing.
They are (via Norton):

ODBC32.DLL

ODBCJI32.DLL

I googled and found that there are sites which can do the repair. However, so far they appear to be attached to scans which I do not want to run on this very old computer, nor do I want to update it.

What I would like is to either have the URLS for just these files or a way to enter them by hand into my registry. I am open to either method.

Thank you!

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Posted 08 September 2009 - 12:25 AM

Update: just wanted to let people know that my problem is solved! Found the files I needed and inserted them into my Windows\System file. Word 2000 works perfectly now!

ps just noticed that in my first post I wrote Windows 2000 instead of Word 2000. Doh!

Edited by Firetooth, 08 September 2009 - 12:26 AM.





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