marebear7282

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  1. Resolved! I took a bit of each of your advice, georg and Eidenk, and the problem was solved. I checked and found out that (as Eidenk suggested) the WMICORE.DLL file I downloaded was for another version of Windows. Then I extracted the WMICORE file from the Win98_44.cab and pasted it into the system folder and rebooted my laptop twice (just to make sure). The message no longer shows up. Thank you both so much.
  2. Eidenk, that's a good question. Good question. After reading that question I checked the properties of this WMI file. It is for Windows 2000, not Windows 98SE. Also, my laptop is a Toshiba Tecra 8000 if that makes any difference. I think I will do what you suggest and poke around more to see what program could be using this file. And georg, thank you. If I can't find the program I will go into one of those cabs, copy it and place it in the system folder to see if that makes a difference.
  3. Thanks georg. Eidenk, I don't know what its being used for. I just know that at start up, a message was appearing. The message said the required file was missing in startup. When I downloaded the WMI file and placed it in the Windows system folder, another message began to come up. This other message says the WMI file is linked to missing NTDLL.DLLRtIEnterCritical(?). I am baffled. There must be a program on my laptop (in start up) that requires it but I cannot figure out what program.
  4. I downloaded this file to fix an error on my laptop. What program is associated with this file and in what folder does this file go?