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aaaaaaargh i hate error messages


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#1 dsfan68

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Posted 27 December 2004 - 01:05 AM

OK. I have issues I need help with. I run Windows 98.
The other nite I was trying to istall a new program, but when I put the disc in to begin I got an error message saying
E:/ is not accessible" Device not ready

The other one I get pops up randomly at times and it says
"A required dll file C:/program.exe is missing"
when I hit OK 2 or 3 times it goes away and I continue what I was doing

what do these mean? How can I fix it?
And also waht is KERNDL 32. DLL
It is another error I get when I try to install some games I Have.


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#2 cowsgonemadd3

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Posted 27 December 2004 - 09:43 AM

Im not going to give you a fix im in a rush but ha ha sounds like my 98. It always makes me happier to work with the pc if I hit it once or twice and then scream and holler at it,call it a stupid peice of junk, all while hitting the power button!

JK Dont do that, Just some humor maybe. That last error has happened to me but I dont know the reason. I just figure my pc is possessed and go on with life.

But if it happenes often there might be a problem......




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