Well, then it's gonna come down to "hunt and peck". Try using the free Process Explorer ( http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysintern...ssExplorer.mspx
) to see the files associated with WEXTRACT.EXE - then backup the old ones and replace with new ones. Reboot after each replacement - and if the system doesn't work, then re-replace with the backup. How long it will take depends on the size of the extraction program (and it's dependencies on other files outside of the program).
Not an impossible task, but certainly too daunting for me to attempt! Good luck!
FWIW - on early versions of XP I had issues with the repair install - but lately it seems to have worked flawlessly for me. But, because of those previous experiences I still backup before doing it. It's a good idea to backup anyway - especially if this problem is a symptom of more OS difficulties to come.
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