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MFC42.DLL Unicode problem
Posted 28 December 2004 - 12:19 PM
The driver provided by Lexar Media requires MFC42U.DLL -
the version of MFC42.DLL for Unicode. The unofficial Win98
SE service pack provides MFC42.DLL not MFC42U.DLL and
if I just download and copy MFC42U.DLL if fails to load with
a message saying that it will only work on NT.
The Unoffical service pack says that it installs Unicode but
the MFC42U.DLL sill doesn't work. Any idea how to get it
Posted 28 December 2004 - 12:52 PM
if you install the sp you don't need the drivers
i use a jumpdrive elite 256MB&512MB&1GB and it never gives me that
MFC42U.DLL is for windows nt not windows 98 se
the file that the sp gives is for windows 98 se
just dl MFC42.DLL from here: http://www.dll-files...les.shtml?mfc42
put it in the system folder and try again
i know the sp doesen't often install the windows installer v2 for me so i just get it offa one of my comps that has it or just dl it and install it
if you need to Rename the MFC42.DLL to MFC42U.DLL
that should work
Posted 03 January 2005 - 10:27 AM
If it does rename the registry entry to point to mfc42.dll.
The mfc42.dll file that is included in the Win98se SP is much newer than the
one found at the dll-files web site.
The mfc42u.dll file is for NT4, Win2k, XP & 2k3 systems only.
Posted 03 January 2005 - 07:46 PM
Posted 25 October 2011 - 10:17 AM
Posted 26 October 2011 - 06:47 AM
after downloading this file i am getting some errors in my pc... actually i am not sure. is that error happen for this file or not.. because today i have found another site.. they says if i download this file .. it will may damage your system file... is this true.?/. my anti virus also can not detect any virus. i am using Kaspersky ... what should i do now..? plz help
The site you mentioned is nothing but a "fake" site trying to promote the use of a Commercail software - BTW of doubtful quality (at least judging on the way they attempt to promote sales) - to fix *any* probelm you may have.
It's one of thos sites that "pollute" the internet by publishing nonsense but containing keywords likely to be searched for (common Windows errors/issues) and that regularly propose to do nothing but using the "universal" Commercial tool "xxx" or "yyy".
- NOT panic
- describe with some detail the problem you are having, the OS/environment you are working in, etc., etc.
This way it is possible that someone can help you specifically on the specific problem you are having.
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