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Corrupt system file

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Herzl Regev, Apr 1, 2010.

  1. Herzl Regev

    Herzl Regev Flightless Bird

    On a working WinXP system, I got a message that a file, I think
    c:/WINDOWS/system32/wbem/framedyn.dll, is corrupt. How can I verify that
    claim and how can I restore that file?
     
  2. Mark Adams

    Mark Adams Flightless Bird

    "Herzl Regev" wrote:

    > On a working WinXP system, I got a message that a file, I think
    > c:/WINDOWS/system32/wbem/framedyn.dll, is corrupt. How can I verify that
    > claim and how can I restore that file?


    See the following KB article:

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319114
     
  3. Etaoin Shrdlu

    Etaoin Shrdlu Flightless Bird

    On 4/1/2010 10:21 AM, Herzl Regev wrote:
    > On a working WinXP system, I got a message that a file, I think
    > c:/WINDOWS/system32/wbem/framedyn.dll, is corrupt. How can I verify that
    > claim and how can I restore that file?


    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319114
     
  4. Herzl Regev

    Herzl Regev Flightless Bird

    "Mark Adams" wrote:
    > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319114


    It says to get the file from %systemroot%\system32\dllcache. I don't know
    the situation in the system that I'm trying to repair, but I don't have the
    file there in my system (WinXP SP3). I have the file in four places: one
    version in c:/WINDOWS\$NtServicePackUninstall$, and another in
    c:/WINDOWS\ServicePackFiles\i386,
    c:/WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download.bak\bla, and
    c:/WINDOWS\system32\wbem. Does that mean anything useful for the system that
    I'm trying to remote control?
     
  5. Etaoin Shrdlu

    Etaoin Shrdlu Flightless Bird

    On 4/2/2010 8:31 AM, Herzl Regev wrote:
    > "Mark Adams" wrote:
    >> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319114

    >
    > It says to get the file from %systemroot%\system32\dllcache. I don't know
    > the situation in the system that I'm trying to repair, but I don't have the
    > file there in my system (WinXP SP3). I have the file in four places: one
    > version in c:/WINDOWS\$NtServicePackUninstall$, and another in
    > c:/WINDOWS\ServicePackFiles\i386,
    > c:/WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download.bak\bla, and
    > c:/WINDOWS\system32\wbem. Does that mean anything useful for the system that
    > I'm trying to remote control?


    Did you try the "Verify System Variables" solution on that KB page?
     
  6. sanjacstudent14

    sanjacstudent14 Flightless Bird

    "Herzl Regev" wrote:

    > On a working WinXP system, I got a message that a file, I think
    > c:/WINDOWS/system32/wbem/framedyn.dll, is corrupt. How can I verify that
    > claim and how can I restore that file?


    You need to perform the following two tasks to fix the framedyn.dll error:
    - The steps listed below guide you on how to replace the framedyn.dll file:
    1. Go to Start menu and then click Run.
    2. In the Open dialog box type C:/system32\dllcache and press OK button to
    open the dllcache folder.
    3. In the dllcache folder locate and right-click the framedyn.dll file.
    4. Select Copy.
    5. Go to Start menu again, click Run, type C:/system32\wbem and click OK.
    6. Right-click on wbem folder and select Paste. If a message pops up on your
    screen, asking whether you wish to replace the existing file or not, select
    Yes.
    - The steps listed below guide you on how to verify the system variable
    settings:
    1. Go to Control Panel window, choose the Performance and Maintenance link
    and then select the System link. If you encounter a framedyn.dll error
    message at this step, press OK.
    2. In the System Properties dialog box that opens, click the Advanced tab
    and then choose the Environment Variables button. This will open the
    Environment Variable dialog box.
    3. Now, choose the variable Path listed in the System Variables section and
    click the Edit button. This will open the Environment Variable dialog box.
    4. Enter C:/Windows\system32;C:/Windows;C:/Windows\System32\wbem in the
    Variable value box and click the OK button.
     

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