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jimanny

Missing browser.dll, Computer Browser service fails

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I'm trying to nLite Server 2003 SP2 R2, but get a message box at every bootup:

At least one service or driver failed during system startup. Use Event Viewer to examine the event log for details.

Event Viewer shows:

Event ID: 7023

The Computer Browser service terminated with the following error: The specified module could not be found.

The service startup type is Automatic, but it's not started (which is normal I know). But when I go to start the service from Services, it gives:

Could not start the Computer Browser service on Local Computer.

Error 126: The specified module could not be found.

From what I've gathered, the Computer Browser service uses browser.dll, which doesn't exist in system32, and I've no idea how it's missing. :(

There are no updates or hotfixes, but there are components removed and tweaks added. Attached is my last session.ini.

Any ideas?

Last_Session.ini

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FYI, I narrowed the problem down to the "Network Monitor Driver and Tools" component. With it unchecked, browser.dll came back, and there's no longer the error message on bootup! :thumbup

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Thank you, will be checking this.

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Thanks nuhi! I hope the info helps. I'm looking forward to your next release. :D

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I also had this problem. YES now my disc will be PERFECT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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