Fix kernel32.dll errors
kernel32.dll is a DLL file which is responsible for component Windows NT BASE API Client DLL in Windows systems like Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit. It was created on 7/13/2009 4:16:43 PM, the size is 836608 bytes and its version is 6.1.7600.16385.
kernel32.dll can be infected by virus Backdoor:Win32/Agent.BT which spreads through social network Open Diary to download and install malware FileStream TurboBackup on the affected machines.
Once infected, the file path of kernel32.dll will be re-set as:
And the software like PC game S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2, Web browser RockMelt 0.9.64.319 or antivirus Avira Antivirus Premium 2012 can't start up, along with error message:
kernel32.dll is missing or was not found.
When you restart your computer, you would receive kernel32.dll blue screen of death (BSOD), along with stop error code:
kernel32.dll error can be easily fixed by kernel32.dll file repair tool DLL Suite:
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DLL Suite allows its users to download kernel32.dll for free by taking the following steps:
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windows ME kernel32.dll
Hi. I would like to know how to replace or reinstall the registry on my computer without running the recovery CD. I have been having problems with my kernel32.dll file and a few other .dll files. and please don't send me a link to a Pay to run a registry fixer you will be wasting your and my time. There has to be a way to fix this by replacing or reinstalling the registry. I am pretty good on my computer so if I had good directions I'm sure I would be able to follow them. I thank you for your help. Wishing I didn't have windows ME!! thanks again Luli Shanghai,China
Hi, · What is the exact error message you are receiving? · What is the make and model number of the computer? You may refer the links below: Error Loading Kernel. You Must Reinstall Windows: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/146419 Support for Windows Millennium Edition: http://support.microsoft.com/ph/6519
Fatal Error: Failed to get proc address for Set Dll directoryW (kernel32.dll)
What does this error mean, and how may I correct it? I am using Windows 2000 and cannot upgrade Windows or get updates on other software that I use due to this error.
Hi, For more specialized assistance on this issue, you may post your query here Windows Server Forums http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winservergen/threads
Umm that error may mean something isnt compatible with 2000. What version of IE are you using?? IE 5 or 6? What service pack is on it Gail?
kernel32.dll error with Max Payne 3
I'm having a kernel32.dll issue with a certain game made by Rockstar Games. Brad P. told me to come here and ask what to do. Now, here's a link for the Rockstar Support page I wrote the problem on: http://support.rockstargames.com/requests/549792 You can get all the details from there. The update problem was solved as you can see, but the kernel32.dll error keeps on going. I run Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 3. My graphics card is nVidia GeForce 9600GT, the computer has 2GB RAM memory and an AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 5600+ processor. I just hope I won't get any solutions such as "reinstall Windows" or "get the new, amazing Windows 8!" Cheers
Hi Extermination Corporation, I see that you get some errors while playing games on xp. I will help you with this issue. 1.What is the make and model of the computer? 2.Which security software is installed on the computer? 3.Did you make any changes to the computer recently? : There could be a loss of data while performing a scan using Microsoft safety scanner to eliminate viruses if any. Let us know if you need further help with any windows issue. We will be glad to help.
Hi Extermination Corporation, Thanks for the reply. Create a new user account in Windows XP and check. You may create a new user account and try to play the game to check. Once the new user account is working fine, then copy the data from the old user account to the new user account. How to copy data from a corrupted user profile to a new profile in Windows XP : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/811151 Thanks.
Hi Extermination Corporation, Thanks for the reply. Boot the computer in safe mode and then perform a full computer virus scan. After the virus scan, restart the computer and then check for the issue. To start the computer in safe mode : http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/boot_failsafe.mspx?mfr=true Run a full computer scan with the Microsoft Safety Scanner to make sure that the computer is free from viruses. Microsoft Safety Scanner : http://www.microsoft.com/security/scanner/en-us/default.aspx Safety Scanner Disclaimer : There could be a loss of data while performing a scan using Microsoft safety scanner to eliminate viruses if any. Feel free to post your query here on Windows Forums, we would be happy to assist you. Thanks.
I have multiple user profiles on my PC, because my first one got some kinda virus and after deleting it, it stopped working. This user profile that I use now is my main one and I have tried playing the game by using another profile. Didn't work. Thanks anyway!
My computer has ASUS M2N68 motherboard, nVidia GeForce 9600GT video card, 2GB memory, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 5600+ processor etc. The security programs I have are AVG Anti-Virus 2012, ZoneAlarm and something called Advanced SystemCare. Haven't made any changes lately. The issue only comes with this game. Everything else works normally. I do have the game installed on my computer. I thought it's what is supposed to be done if one wishes to play a game.. About method 2, I have done that more than ten times with no help. My computer has no viruses. I have checked it with different online scanners and my trusty AVG. The clean boot didn't help either. Sorry it took so long to answer. I've been busy.
I need help repair a Kernel32.dll file in Vista Ultimate!
Hello, Can anyone help me regarding fixing a Kernel32.dll file in Vista Ultimate? Is their any free fix applications or someone may have a better method. I dont trust the software companys that state they have a fix it.
Unable to merge. Refer to link: http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vistaperformance/thread/3ec7fe16-8441-41f2-924a-f0ed79504941/#ca00aad0-164d-4611-8b27-1836325bfe32 James Microsoft Answers Support Engineer Visit our Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think.
kernel32.dll is faulting module. I cannot scan from PaperPort and ABBYY FineReader.
Hello, kernel32.dll is faulting module. I cannot scan from PaperPort and ABBYY FineReader. The following error messages have been returned by the system: - “Scanner driver error TWRC_FAILURE/TWCC_UNKNOWN". - Please, advice. Thank you very much. #130727_0436_i2_PC_Xer_PapFix
Hi Igor, Kernel32.dll is loaded to protected memory space when the computer starts. Kernel32.dll is a system file, and if the file is corrupt then System File Checker scan should detect and repair it. Refer to the following article to run SFC scan: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929833/en-us Keep us updated on the status of the issue.
Hi Igor, Uninstall all 3; Xerox WorkCentre, PaperPort and ABBYY FineReader. Install them one at time and check if it helps. Let us know the status of the issue.
Hi Igor, What is the make and model of the scanner? You may check if the scanner is compatible with your version of Operating system visit the following link: Windows 7 Compatibility Center Note: Enter the scanner model in the Search bar and select the category as hardware and look for the compatibility of the program and select the System Type as Windows 7. Also, refer this article for ABBYY FineReader: The parameter is incorrect / Cannot open TWAIN source http://knowledgebase.abbyy.com/article/493 You may check the error message or error code in event viewer. Refer the link below: Open Event Viewer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Open-Event-Viewer Hope this information helps.
Hi Kiran, Yes. I have done it yet. I uninstalled all 3; Xerox WorkCentre, PaperPort and ABBYY FineReader. Install them one at time and check if it helps. No. It did not help. The status of the issue is the same. Please see the description above. What do you think about it? Please, advice. Thank you very much.
Hi Winston, Yes. I have already checked if the scanner is compatible with my version of Operating system . No. This information did not help me. Thank you very much.
Hi Kiran, System File Checker scan have not detected the corrupted files. ------------ C: \Windows\system32> sfc / scannow Started system scan. This process may take some time. Start by scanning the verification phase of the system. Verification 100% complete. Windows Resource Protection did not detect violations of integrity. C: \Windows \system32> ------------ Thank you very much.
Hi Kiran, Thank you very much for you help. I have checked this knowledge base article, but I have no idea about the solution. I suppose this problem has came after the windows update. Hope, it will disappear after the next windows updates. If I find a solutions I let you know about it. Thank you very much again and have a great weekend.
Hi Igor, I would want you to check the following knowledge base article. Note that this article is not directed related to the issue at hand, but is similar. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/311075/en-us In the article mentioned above refer to the section ‘Cause’ of the issue? Sure the make the make and model of the device & operating system are different and the error itself. This article talks about the twain driver not working with any Twain applications but works with other software’s. You are facing a very similar issue where the scanner works with Xerox but not with Paperport and ABBYY FineReader. ‘The scanner still works with its own software but does not work with any TWAIN applications.’ Hope the information helped.
kernel32.dll problem on Vista Home Premium
I'm tying to install my copy of Office 365 which I have 2 spare licenses for and every time I attempt it, it says " The procedure entry point SetWaitableTimerEx could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll. I've tried to install a new kernel32.dll file but am unable to replace it in the system folder. I found another question similar to this and the suggestion was to use command prompt and a scan but nothing came up. Does anyone know what I can except to do a clean install of windows (which I haven't got). Thanks, Brendan Moved from Vista Programs Forum.
Hi, Office 365 System Requirements state that it is for Windows 7 and above, not Vista. https://products.office.com/en-us/office-system-requirements?legRedir=true&CorrelationId=167eb9e6-4421-4b90-b384-c7c2dda73779 Operating system PC: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 R2, or Windows Server 2012 Mac: Mac OS X 10.6 or later Cheers.
Multiple programs crashing "APPCRASH" fault module kernel32.dll
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: finale.exe Application Version: 1d1d64b872c793392285053bf8183ae1 The problem has been going on for well over a year now. restoring the system to a time when it was working is not a very viable option at this point. I would have tried this, but when it first began I only noticed it with protoolsLE.exe. it did work prior to that though. today I installed the other two programs listed and I immediately got the exact same issue. I have never successfully opened the programs since the problem, and protoolsLE.exe is the only one I have ever been able to open period. I recognized it as the same and realized it must be a problem more widespread than with just these programs. I am running on vista home premium. I don't think it is a virus because aside from these 3 programs I have no other problems. I have tried running an SFC scan which was recommended to another user with a similar problem.
Hello areyouserious, Palcouk suggest to uninstall the two programs as the kernel32.dll seems to be corrupt. Uninstall and reinstall from the original media for the two programs will write over the affending error and reinstall a new version that isn't corrupt. Your other option would be to do a system restore to a point where the programs were working correctly. To choose a System Restore point, · From the Desktop click the Pearl (start) button · In the Search Field type “System Restore” and hit enter · Once System Restore is open, select the option “choose a different restore point” and hit next Once on the next screen, pick a restore point to go back to when it last worked for you. Once you select the restore point, click next, then select finish, this will start the restore process. Please reply back with an update. Thanks, Marilyn Microsoft Answers Support Engineer Visit our Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think
it is fully compatible with vista and wasn't designed for win2000. and why would I want to uninstall these programs? that wouldn't solve anything. the problem is that I can't get them to work. what good does uninstalling them do me?
Uninstall the two programs causing the problem Wasnt ProtoolsLE released in 1999, and subsequently discontinued? thus there may have been no bug fixes or updates (And if 1999 was probably designed for win2k?)
(Close) Is Kernel32.dll Error Associated With Driver Power State Error?
I have ran into a considerable number of issues with my computer lately, namely in a Driver State Power Error that I can't identify the problem for, which not only occasionally crashes my computer but also disconnects my computer from the internet every 15 minutes or so. After many (failed) calls to Microsoft IT and hours of internet research, I found where someone recommended running an SFC on Command Prompt. When I run said prompt (which surprisingly worked, seeing as I can't use my command prompt to shut down or restart my computer at the moment) it informs me that there's a sort of error with kernel32.dll, and that it cannot resolve it on its own. Is there any chance that this error is causing the Driver State Power Error? How do I resolve this (or these) issues?
Hi Grace, Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community. Please follow below steps and check if it helps. Method 1: Run SFC Scan trice as it can fixes the issue automatically. Hope these information helps, please get back to us for future support, we’ll be glad to assist you further. Thank you.
Thank you for the response! Sadly your suggestion did not work. Either way my computer ended up crashing entirely due to unrelated reasons and I currently have it getting fixed by a professional, so I suppose this post is no longer necessary.
Keep getting error message: "0x80040707 DLL Function Call Crashed: Kernel32.LoadLibraryW", when downloading Fix-it Utilitys pro.
Original title: How do i fix: error: 0x80040707 Kernel 32.LoadLibraryW I have tried to download a disk, Fix-it Utilitys pro. I keep getting error#: 0x80040707 DLL Function Call Crashed: Kernel32.LoadLibraryW. I contacted the software company, they say the problem is not in theyre program, its in my system. I ran Microsoft Mr. fix it, Still i cannot download this program. All of my other computers have this installed. How do i fix this error?
Hello, I had exactly the same error as jomarle55 but with Fix-it Utilities Pro 14. I resolved it by desinstalling "Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 x64 Redistributable" & "Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 x86 Redistributable". Fix-it downloads them and installs them so be sure to be connected during installation. Enjoy !
Hi Jomarle55 , 1. Which Microsoft Fixit did you try to run? 2. What do you mean when you say “ download a disk”? Did you try to download the setup files for Fixit utility? 3. If so, where did you download the file from? If you are receiving the error message when trying to install the software, you may try the following steps and check if it helps: Method 1: You may try running the fixit from the link and check if it helps: Fix problems with programs that can't be installed or uninstalled Method 2: You may try performing a clean boot and check if it helps: You may refer the following KB article to put the computer in clean boot: How to configure Windows XP to start in a "clean boot" state Note: Make sure you put the computer back to Normal Startup once you are done with the troubleshooting.
msn shuts down due to faulty kernel32.dll
Receive following message" Faulting Application MSN.exe,version 10.50.19.1000, time stamp0x51ddb7de, faulting module kernel32.dll, version 6.0.602.18704, time stamp 0x5065ccb6, exception code0xe043452, fault offset ox0003fc16, process id 0xc38, application start time 0x01sec756ec94d6cf". This happens every time I try to sign-in to Ebay and also other times. How can I fix this? Where can I obtain a copy of this kernel32.dll file?
getusergeoid dynamiclinklibrary kernel32.dll
I am trying to install a seagate external hard drive onto my server and I keep getting an error that tells me GetUserGeoId Dynamiclink Library Kernel32.dll error. Can anyone help me?
Error GetLogicalprocessorInformation(kERNEL32.dll) while using Skype.
Original title: skype not lunch Moved from OneDrive/Launching and Closing. when i click skype shortcut icon it does not openning.show some text as 'Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalprocessorInformation(kERNEL32.dll)
my windows operating system is windows xp professional ,version 5.1(build 2600.xpsp_sp2_rtm 040803-2158-service pack 2)
Hi Arif, This error usually occurs for Windows XP, what is the version of Windows Operating System you are using? You can check for the version of Windows Operating System using the steps given in the link below. Which Windows operating system am I running? http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/which-operating-system Let me know the asked detail, we will assist you further.
Hi Arif, Thank for the reply. I suggest you to follow the steps given in the link below. https://support.skype.com/en/faq/FA12388/why-am-i-getting-a-fatal-error-kernel32-dll-when-i-try-to-launch-skype Write to us if you have any other issues.
I Cant Play any of my games because of an error That KERNEL32 error ive tried everything i just dosent work
Hi When I try to launch a game on windos XP it shows me that Entry Point not found and this followin message:,, The procedure entry point GetLogicalProcessorInformation could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll" Can you help me with this? Thank you very much.
I Need help fixing a Kernel32.dll file in Vista Ultimate?
Hello, Can anyone help me regarding fixing a Kernel32.dll file in Vista Ultimate? Is their any free fix applications or someone may have a better method. I dont trust the software companys that state they have a fix it.
Hello marcelt, Thank you for your reply back! When are you being notified of Kernel32.dll? Are you getting any other error codes when you are notified? I know you advised you had no luck with a system restore, did you try to log in Safe Mode and perform a system restore? Since you have Norton for your antivirus, disable the software and see if you are still getting an error message. Again I don't know when you are being notified of Kernel32.dll file, but I found a link with a user who had a similiar issue. Please let us know status. Thanks! Explorer Has Caused An Error In Kernel32.dll http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vistaprograms/thread/ffc54734-9882-4ae0-803f-548ee7b42f7a James Microsoft Answers Support Engineer Visit our Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think.
Hello, I appreciate your expedient response. I tried the system restore yesterday and this morning I tired the sfc/scannow option as well. With no luck! I have Norton Antivirus suite. Nothing has worked thus far! Do you have any other advice repairing the kernel32.dll file! Please advise. Thank you very much for your assitance.
Hello marcelt, Thank you for using Microsoft Windows Vista Forums. Are you receiving any errors in regards to this? Have you made any changes to your operating system recently? I have added some information below that I hope will assist. Please let us know status. Thanks! This will describe how to use the System File checker tool and System Restore. How to repair the operating system and how to restore the operating system configuration to an earlier point in time in Windows Vista http://support.microsoft.com/kb/936212 This might help you sort out your right-click problem. ShellExView v1.18 - Shell Extensions Manager http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/shexview.html Have you checked your machine thoroughly for malware infection? As well as using a good Anti Virus program I see lots of recommendations for programs like - SuperAntispyware http://superantispyware.com/ Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php James Microsoft Answers Support Engineer Visit our Microsoft
Win XP error c0000221 kernel32.dll corrupt
Hello, I have an HP dv9000 with win xp MCE (came pre-installed), and windows will not load. Chkdsk keeps looping resulting in error c0000221 (Bad Image Checksum) kernel32.dll corrupted. I have already tried restoring system to last known configuration but the same c0000221 error appears and the system loops after loading xp screen Already tried booting in safe mode, but the system hangs at mup.sys. I don't have the XP recovery CD because the OS was pre-installed by HP Any help?
Hi cricketer_1, Did you make any software or hardware changes on the computer prior to this issue? a) You may follow this link and check if it helps. "STOP: C0000221 unknown hard error" or "STOP: C0000221 STATUS_IMAGE_CHECKSUM_MISMATCH" error message occurs b) You may also contact the computer manufacturer to check if they can provide you a recovery disc. http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/siteHome?cc=us&lc=en Hope the information helps. Please post back and let us know.
Hi Debleena, Thanks for your reply. The HP Support website unfortunately did not have any links in providing my recovery disk. I did have a recovery partition and restored my PC to the factory settings (Windows XP SP2) using HP PC Recovery (F11). My C: was dirty and I ran a chkdsk /f /r and it was working okay after the clean. It was working fine until I was updating Windows. Many of the Microsoft Windows updates failed (wasn't even trying to install SP3 yet) and it told me to restart my computer. After the reboot the Windows XP splash screen loaded and after that the system hangs. I tried pressing F8 to restore the system to last known good configuration but again the system freezes after the Windows XP splash screen. I tried rebooting in safe mode, but the system hangs at black screen with Safe Mode in 4 corners with (XP (R) Build 2600.xpsp_sp2_qfe.090206-1236: Service Pack 2) at the top. I am only able to move the cursor, and that's it. Is there any way I can fix this without the re
i installed linksys software on windows me and when i try to open it it says wusb54gc has caused an error in kernel32.dll wusb54gc will now close if you continue to experience problems try restarting your computer how to fix this
And the computer is not connected to the Internet
It was not a crash it is an error message
The reason I have 4 routers is because I have 30 devices that connect to it and kernel32.dll error is not a crash it is not the blue screen error it is a popup
We do need the actual log files (called a DMP files) as they contain the only record of the sequence of events leading up to the crash, what drivers were loaded, and what was responsible. Please follow our instructions for finding and uploading the files we need to help you fix your computer. They can be found here If you have any questions about the procedure please ask Please read this wiki to find out how to find and upload your event viewer logs
It was a crash and if it is not connected to the internet why do you have a router? We need much more info.
APPCRASH on windows installer fault module kernel32.dll
I am getting the same app crash when I try to install 2 different software packages. Yet it doesnt happen all the time. I tried uploading all the current windows updates and upgraded my windows installer, but the eror remains. Any ideas where I can pursue the next step for a fix? Im running WIndows Home Vista Basic SP1 Problem signature: Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: MSIEXEC.EXE Application Version: 4.5.6001.22162 Application Timestamp: 48080879 Fault Module Name: kernel32.dll Fault Module Version: 6.0.6001.18215 Fault Module Timestamp: 49953395 Exception Code: c0000005 Exception Offset: 000254d8 OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.768.2 Locale ID: 1033 Additional Information 1: a3e0 Additional Information 2: aee72335629a00de4409e987961c77e4 Additional Information 3: e001 Additional Information 4: 5137abbcd22b02325edd964221da23d6
Hi bekfmul At what stage in the installation does this error come up? Try these steps and check if it helps: Step 1: SFC Scan Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think.
Uma- Thx. I ran the SFC scan and it straightened some things out. Was able to install the software that was aborting earlier. Thank you for your help.
I tried this and it still doesn't work. I tried to install the latest version, yet Vista says the updated does not apply to my system.
Kernel32.dll error with XP SP3 and LifeCam HD-3000
I'm getting an error when opening the Microsoft LifeCam software for a new LifeCam HD-3000. I'm running XP with SP3. I have uninstalled and reinstalled, restarted PC, used different USB Ports and installed a workaround driver from MS that got the software to run but the Cam was not getting detected. The error I'm getting for LifeCam3.60.exe is: AppName: lifecam.exe AppVer: 18.104.22.168 ModName: kernel32.dll ModVer: 5.1.2600.6293 Offset: 00012fd3 The error I'm getting for the workaround driver LifeCam3.22.exe is: Webcam not detected Please Help!
Can you please explain how creating a new user account will resolve an issue with the Microsoft LifeCam software application not working? Again the camera itself works with skype and other applications. It is specifically the LifeCam Application download from Microsoft.com that does not work. There is only one account on this computer (Admin) and I don't want to risk loosing all my outlook email by following steps that won't fix a faulty application install. Thank you
So its been 2 months and I'm still waiting for a response from Srimadhwa B (perhaps he's been laid off) and a way to fix this paper weight that is sold as a webcam with Windows XP compatibility. It comes down to an Install package issue, the install packages needs to be fixed on microsoft's end. They have 2 install packages: 1: Installs but I get the error: AppName: lifecam.exe AppVer: 22.214.171.124 ModName: kernel32.dll ModVer: 5.1.2600.6293 Offset: 00012fd3 2. Is a workaround diver that gets the software installed and I don't get the kernel32.dll error any more, BUT now the Webcam is not detected by any of my USB ports. I'd prefer to get a fix for the workaround driver as all efforts to fix the original install do not resolve the kernel32.dll error. Can someone help me with getting the Workaround Driver provided by Microsoft to start detecting the webcam?
these workaround steps were provided in the links previously suggested. i tried the registy cleanup, clean boot, disable security software, etc. the application is still not working.
Hi, You may create a new user account and check the status. Once the new user account is working fine, then copy the data from the old user account to the new user account. How to copy data from a corrupted user profile to a new profile in Windows XP : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/811151 Thanks.
Hi, You may refer to this article and check if this helps. Troubleshoot failures to find new LifeCam hardware: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929087 Important: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you follow these steps carefully. For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: How to back up and restore the registry in Windows For Windows XP: 322756 ( http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322756/ ) Thanks.
Hi Raven Jinn, Thank you for posting this question in Microsoft Community. To provide an appropriate resolution, I would need more information from your end. 1. Which security software is installed? 2. Did you make any changes to the computer prior to this issue? You may refer to these articles and check if this helps. Troubleshoot failures to find new LifeCam hardware: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929087 To do so : Important this section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you follow these steps carefully. For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: How to back up and restore the registry in Windows For Windows XP
I have tried all the workarounds provided in the two links. Nothing works. The problem is not with the camera itself, it is with the LifeCam Application on Windows XP. The Camera Works with other applications such as Skype. But the LifeCam Application does not work on my XP Machine. What other steps can we take to correct the LifeCam Application Software as it does not run correctly on Windows XP? From what I have seen on the Web this has been a regular issue and has not been resolved for many users. Thank you, Rose
I have Norton Anti Virus installed on the computer. I have not made any changes that I am aware of to the computer prior to the LifeCam install. What kind of changes would you been looking for?
Hi, Thanks for the reply. 1. Were you able to follow the steps from the articles provided in my previous reply? Method 1. Boot the computer in a clean boot state and check if this helps. A clean boot helps to verify if any third party application service or startup item is causing this issue. How to configure Windows XP to start in a "clean boot" state : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310353 Clean boot disclaimer for Win XP: Note: After clean boot troubleshooting, follow the “ Steps to configure Windows to use a Normal startup state ” in the provided link to return the computer to Normal startup mode. Method 2. You may disable the security software temporarily and check if this helps. Disclaimer : If you have to temporarily disable the antivirus to install other software; you should enable the antivirus as soon as you're done. If you're connected to the Internet or a network while your antivirus software is disabled, your computer is vulnerable to virus attacks. Feel free to post your
W2K & Flash Installer - SetDllDirectoryW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll.
fully patched W2000-SP4 - trying to install or update adobe flash gives "The procedure entry point SetDllDirectoryW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll." it says ths for both FF and IE versions of the flash installer... this has just started recently... at least since the beginning of 2012... no mcafee or norton stuff has ever been near this box... this is (currrently) only limited to installing or updating flash... NOTE: had to choose "Other/Unknown" for the windows version option in these forums because some bright spark removed the "Windows 2000" option :? :(
adobe evidently messed up because i had a version 11.something that kept trying to autoupdate to the latest... while the one above may be the last official supported version, they did release another that installed just fine... since i wrote the above, i've dug deeper and deeper into the problem... specifically it stems from the installer having been changed to use this function instead of the older locatedll (IIRC) function... flash still works just fine on w2k... my digging finally lead me to a thread in adobe's forums and a bug entry in their bug tracker... someone there found a wrapper or two which wrap the kernel32.dll file and provide missing functions... i grabbed one and was easily able to install the FF/Other and IE/AX flavors of flash player 126.96.36.199 released on Apr 15th, 2012 if i'm reading http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player.html correctly... the problem with sticking only with older versions is the bugs and security holes in them that are exploited daily with no obviou
Yes, but aren't the WIndows vulnerabilities since July 2010 that also affect Windows 2000 wide open? Not all of them need a vector like Flash, Java, Office etc.
I'll just post a link to the workarounds in case anyone else wants it: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/965334 Given that Windows 2000 went out of support and hasn't had any security updates from Microsoft since July 2010, I'm puzzled about why people are so concerned about having an up to date Flash Player. Any exploits are likely to be totally confused.
Given that Windows 2000 went out of support and hasn't had any security updates from Microsoft since July 2010, I'm puzzled about why people are so concerned about having an up to date Flash Player. Any exploits are likely to be totally confused. not that i've seen... there are critters out there attempting flash, pdf and java exploits all in one go... if any one or more of those three are successful then multiple additional critters are pulled down and installed... the OS is detected and passed along in the data passed when the exploits are found to be working... this way the necessary versions of whatever nefarious critters can be installed... plugging the holes is one of the first steps in preventing infestations... detecting the bad traffic is the first step... this is where groups like Emerging Threats and the SourceFire VRT along with many others come into play... flying blindly in the middle of the highway is how one gets quickly run over ;)
Yes, but aren't the WIndows vulnerabilities since July 2010 that also affect Windows 2000 wide open? Not all of them need a vector like Flash, Java, Office etc. possibly but this is where perimeter firewalls with intrusion detection come into play... especially those which react to the intrusion and block further traffic to/from that IP... internal infections are another matter but they, too, can be caught with an internal looking IDS/IPS and tools such as OSSEC... in any case, flash, pdf, and java are required for just about all internet comms these days... one only need to have an installed vulnerable java and/or flash and visit a site with unvetted ads or even just opening an email with a link to a nefarious site to be hit by a drive-by infestation... the email one being a social engineering form and the other being an unknown drive-by... blackhole and incognito are two prolific critters out there and they appear to be sharing code and possibly a base toolkit... having up to date ve
What version of Flash Player are you trying to install? According to Adobe the last version to be supported on WIndows 2000 is 10.1.102.64. There is a link to download that on this page: http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/archived-flash-player-versions.html Update: You might find it easier to download from FileHippo http://filehippo.com/download_flashplayer_ie/history/4/ You could find a later version there which still works. The SetDllDirectory function is only present in XP or later. It looks like Adobe have added this to address a library loading vulnerability.
how do I add Kernel32'dll missing file?
OS XP pro. IE8 Having formatted Hard Drive and reinstalled XP Pro which also installed IE6. Keep getting cannot find Kernel32.dll. when I want to add updates. Have managed to update to IE8. but the error message still appears. This also prevents download of SKPE. Help appreciated..
If you have not installed Service Pack 3 yet, you will not be running the current version of Skype since SP3 is a requirement: https://support.skype.com/en/faq/FA10328/what-are-the-system-requirements-for-skype You might be able do download and install Skype, but it will not launch and you will see a message like this: Fatal Error Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessorInformation (kernel32.dll) That is because the GetLogiclProccessorInformation was introduced in SP3 (which has been available for almost 5.5 years). Of course if the MS Answers forums would prompt for fundamental system information when a new question is asked - like 'What is your XP version and Service Pack' we would know all this already. Dear Elderl Thank you very much for your advice which was so effective in correcting my problem. Thanks also to those who gave me the same advice. I am indeed grateful. Optician .
OS XP pro. IE8 Having formatted Hard Drive and reinstalled XP Pro which also installed IE6. Keep getting cannot find Kernel32.dll. when I want to add updates. Have managed to update to IE8. but the error message still appears. This also prevents download of SKPE. Help appreciated.. Please post the exact syntax of the error message you're seeing.
If you have not installed Service Pack 3 yet, you will not be running the current version of Skype since SP3 is a requirement: https://support.skype.com/en/faq/FA10328/what-are-the-system-requirements-for-skype You might be able do download and install Skype, but it will not launch and you will see a message like this: Fatal Error Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessorInformation (kernel32.dll) That is because the GetLogiclProccessorInformation was introduced in SP3 (which has been available for almost 5.5 years). Of course if the MS Answers forums would prompt for fundamental system information when a new question is asked - like 'What is your XP version and Service Pack' we would know all this already.
The procedure entry point K32GetModuleFileNameEXW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll
Hi, I am trying to play game called Starcraft on my new desktop PC with Window XP, and when I try to run their app called battle.net, I get the following message and cannot run the program. Any help would be really appreciated. The procedure entry point K32GetModuleFileNameEXW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll
iexplorer.exe- Illegal system DLL relocation "The system DLL kernel32.dll was relocated in memory" for Internet Explorer
I get a Error Message when I try to open Internet Explorer that reads: "The system DLL kernel32.dll was relocated in memory. Tje application will not run properly. The relocation occured because the DLL Dynamiclly Allocated memory occupied in an address range reserved for Windows DLL's. The vender supplying the DLL should ne contacted for a new DLL. Please, tell me how I can correct this memory problem Thanks, Morris
i'm getting the same error, (the system dll. kernel32.dll was relocated in memory. the application will not run properly. the relocation occurred because the dll dynamically allocated memory occupied an address range reserved for windows system dlls.) but it happens to me on most software on my computer. i tried to system restore, but when i click on the link, nothing happens. i also can't open the help section, and control panel. i've run sfc/scannow, and the results were i have corrupt files, but i didn't get a list of what files were/are corrupt. i tried cmd.exe to get a cbs.log, but got a message that i'm not authorized, even though i tried after clicking run as administrator. is there anything i can do to fix this, will i have to wipe my hard drive clean, and reinstall everything? thanks s jordan
Hi Morris, This issue might occur kernel32.dll is corrupt that is used for programs such as Internet Explorer. Is the issue specific for Internet Explorer? If this file is damaged, deleted, or removed, the system will no longer work correctly. If a program or a service accesses User32.dll incorrectly, the program or the service will not work correctly. Let’s reset the Internet Explorer settings to try and fix the issue. Refer to the link to do so: To open Internet Options , Press Windows+R keys and type “ inetcpl.cpl ”. Hit Enter . http://windows.microsoft.com/en-ca/internet-explorer/reset-ie-settings#ie=ie-9 Note : The Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature might reset security settings or privacy settings that you added to the list of Trusted Sites. The Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature might also reset parental control settings. We recommend that you note these sites before you use the Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature. You would also have to re-enable add-ons after
When I want to opet Viber on my desktop, appears this message: The procedure entry point GetLogicalProcessorInformation could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll . I tried all ways to solve the problem, but still i can't run viber. Please,can someone help me. :)
What OS and computer are you running? Do you have all the updates installed?
Make sure you have Windows XP Service Pack 3 installed. It's still available from Microsoft here: http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/Search.aspx?q=windows%20xp%20sp3 Although, you need to be running Internet Explorer v6 or higher to access the Microsoft Update Catalog. I just installed Viber on Windows XP 32-bit with SP3 today. It does work.
Whaat?You using Windows 32bit?Go to shop and buy the new 64bit computer, and problem are solved! :)
Lifecam VX-5000 DLL issue - kernel32.dll
I have a Lifecam VX-5000 and I am running Windows XP 64 bit. It was working fine until last night. I went to open the "microsoft lifecam" exe and I got this error: AppName: lifecam.exe AppVer: 2.4.542.0 ModName: kernel32.dll ModVer: 5.2.3790.4480 Offset: 0002237e It also saved this: C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\cee9_appcompat.txt I tried top post the information but it said my msg was too long to post it. I have uninstalled the software twice and removed it from the registry and I still get the same error. I have tried 2 different registry repair software and still it won't work. I tested the camera under the Audio/Visual wizard and the camera and microphone are working so I know it's not the camera. What else can be done? Or is this going to be another windows re-install classic like I have done at least a dozen times before?
Hi, This can be due to older PCs that have older graphics chipsets that do not fully support DirectX 9.0c (specifically Pixel Shader). Such a system can fail when enumerating the effects. A work around would be to move the files starting with “04Geometric_” from the following location: C:\Program Files\Microsoft LifeCam\Effects\Visual I would recommend creating a folder in the ‘ Effects ’ folder titled ‘ VisualBackup ’. C:\Program Files\Microsoft LifeCam\Effects\’VisualBackup’ Once you have created that folder, move the files starting with “ 04Geometric _” into that new location. Hope this helps.
I have to post this txt file in 2 parts because I keep getting a msg that I have gone over 60,000 characters. Here is Part 1 of 2:
Hi, Have you tried System Restore before at the time Life-cam worked? If not, I would suggest you to perform system restore and check with the issue: How to restore Windows XP to a previous state http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306084 Note System Restore does not affect personal files, such as e-mail, documents, or photos. You can only restore files that you have deleted if you have made backups of those files. Hope this helps.
I tried everything you suggested and I still have the same above error. There were no changes done to the pc or software. In fact the pc was running and the camera was on when it happened. One second the camera was working the next my monitor had nothing but a grey screen. I had to use the reset button to reboot my computer. The error above is the complete error I get everytime I try to run the Lifecam EXE. I will try to post the txt file it saved but I don't know if it will fit.
I tried what you suggested and it still gives me the same error. I've checked to see if my kernel32.dll and kernel32.dll**32 is in their respective folders and they are.My computer just turned a year old so I don't how it could be "old". I choose to use xp 64 bit instead of these "new" windows. I don't like them. But that's a whole different subject. My camera works. I've tested it. The visuals work fine. But the program "lifecam.exe" just don't work. The error it complains about is that it has an problem and wants to close and then I get this message AppName: lifecam.exe AppVer: 2.4.542.0 ModName: kernel32.dll ModVer: 5.2.3790.4480 Offset: 0002237e So it's having issues with the kernel32.dll. I have tried everything I could possibly think of to fix this issue and apparently the exe is corrupted and requires windows to be re-installed. That I am not doing again. It takes me literally all day to get my computer back up and running to the way I had it prior to these issues.
Hi, 1. Are you aware of any changes to the computer, prior to the issue? 2. What is the complete error message? Perform the steps provided in the article: Resolve compatibility issues between LifeCam and other programs http://support.microsoft.com/kb/953692 Hope this helps.
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Keep getting error message "The Procedure entry point K32 GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll"
I have downloaded Microsoft Office 10 however when I go to install Ikeep getting error message "The Procedure entry point K32 GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll" Can anyone please help me?
I have clicked the link but the page cannot be found. Is there an updated link that you could send to me please?
Hi, Thank you for posting your question in Microsoft Community. I will assist you in resolving the issue installing the Office 2010. Before we start the troubleshooting, provide us more information to help you better. 1. Are you able to install other applications in the computer? Try installing the Office Clean Boot mode and verify the results. Check this KB article to start the computer in Clean Boot mode: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135 Note: After the troubleshooting, restart the computer in normal mode. You may also try installing any other application and check the results. Reply to us with the results to help you better. Thank you.
Hello. Thank you for your reply. I tried this and it still did not work. It is not actually Office 2010 but it is actually Office Professional 2013. I have heard this is not compatible for Windows Vista. Is this the case? I have Vista. Will I be able to have this fixed or should I seek a refund? Leisa
hI , i am trying to install Office Professional Plus 2013, But getting same error message. The Procedure entry point K32 GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll Hi, The following error message 'K32GetProcessImageFileNameW’ occurs if you are trying to install Office 2013 on an unsupported Windows operating system. Office 2013 is not compatible with Windows Vista or previous version. It can be only install on Windows 7 and later version of operating system. For more information related to Office system requirements you may refer to the link below: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/products/office-system-requirements-FX102921529.aspx#Suites I hope this helps. If you need any further information, you can always reply and I’ll be happy to help you. Thank you.
I have tried to complete a clean boot and troubleshoot the issue and it is still not working. Can you please advise what to do next or please provide me with a link that will let me download the software that I have already paid for? Thank you.
I have tried to complete a clean boot and troubleshoot the issue and it is still not working. Can you please advise what to do next or please provide me with a link that will let me download the software that I have already paid for? Thank you. Hi, Thank you for replying. Check if the Office Installation setup file is running in compatibility mode. To do that, Save the setup file on the desktop. Right click on the Setup file and then click on properties. In the Properties window, click on Compatibility tab. Under Compatibility tab uncheck “Run this program in compatibility mode for” and click on OK. Hope this helps to resolve the issue. Reply to us if you need further assistance. Thank you.
hI , i am trying to install Office Professional Plus 2013, But getting same error message. The Procedure entry point K32 GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll
Hi, Thank you for replying. Office 365 is not compatible with Windows Vista. You must install Windows 7 or Windows 8 to use Office 365. In case you have purchased the Office from the Microsoft Store, check the link for the refund process and check if it helps: http://www.microsoftstore.com/store/msstore/html/pbPage.Help_Return_Exchange Thank you.
I have tried to complete a clean boot and troubleshoot the issue and it is still not working. Can you please advise what to do next or please provide me with a link that will let me download the software that I have already paid for? Thank you. I am having the same issue and frustration levels are rising!!
internet explorer raised unhandled exception module kernel32.dll
I keep receiving this message every couple of minutes then webpage freezes and reopens the tab again. computer very slow.Any ideas on how to stop this would be appreciated. ta.
Hi , Did you make any recent changes on the computer prior to this issue? Method 1: I would suggest you to run the troubleshooter and check if it helps. Fix Internet Explorer add-on problems when IE hangs or freezes http://support.microsoft.com/mats/ie_freezes_or_crashes/en Method 2: If the issue persists, I would suggest you to try the steps in the article and check if it helps. Internet Explorer does not start or stops responding http://support.microsoft.com/kb/926449 Disclaimer: The Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature might reset security settings or privacy settings that you added to the list of Trusted Sites. The Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature might also reset parental control settings. We recommend that you note these sites before you use the Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature. Note: Any data files that are infected may only be cleaned by deleting the file entirely, which means there is a potential for data loss. Method 3: To resolve the issue with slow per
I E Unhandled Exception - kernel32.dll
I know there seems to be a quite a few problems with kernel32.dll messages that are appearing on the forums and now I have become the victim of these messages on both my laptops running Vista SP2. I posted a question about an hour ago which seems to have completely vanished of the IE forum so here goes again. The only common thread between my laptops is that they have both been updated on 10 and 11 April 2013 with an IE 9 update KB2817183 . Is anyone aware of issues with this update or is this just purely a coincidence? No kernel32.dll messages before then but now over the last few days I am getting the message all the time. Don't want to reset IE as the problem may be with the latest IE update. Can anyone help please? Thank you
Good morning Subscription had expired before BT/McAfee installed. Norton Removal Tool was used plus restart before new install. Laptop was my elderly father's and was in such a mess with programmes/extremely slow running etc it was more effective to start again. It was pre-installed again and that was the version removed (see answer to Q.2). BT/McAffe is inclusive or chargeable depending on which broadband package you choose from BT. Thank you Paul
Hi Paul, First let’s run Internet Explorer in no add-ons mode to check if this issue appears. a. Click Start and then click on Run . b. In the Run prompt, type iexplore –extoff and press enter to open Internet Explorer in no add-ons mode. If the error doesn’t show up in no add-ons mode, then it has to be a third party add-on or a toolbar on Internet Explorer that’s causing the issue. I would suggest you to disable the add-on and uninstall the toolbar. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows7/how-to-manage-add-ons-in-internet-explorer-9 http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows-vista/uninstall-or-change-a-program Note: The steps mentioned in the above links are applicable to Windows Vista and Windows 7. If the issue appears on Internet Explorer no add-ons mode, then it’s clear that the security update installed on the computer is causing the issue. You may consider uninstalling it for time being. Please follow http://windows.microsoft.com/is-is/windows-vista/remove-an-update to unin
Good morning I must have activated pre-installed Norton because I can remember messages appearing asking me to renew subscription after a while and I didn't purchase a new subscription - clean install was on or about 27 August 2011. As Norton free trial period is usually 3 months it must have expired at the end of November 2011. Not paying for McAfee as it is included in the level of broadband package I have. I have checked Programs and Features and Google Toolbar (for IE) is installed but it doesn't appear on my IE browser (install date 12 January 2013) so it hasn't been "activated". Thank you
IN RE LAPTOP #1: 1. After completing the clean install of Windows "18 months ago" (i.e., c. September 2011?), did you Activate the originally-preinstalled Norton application (possibly free-trialware) or did you purchase a new subscription? [Generally speaking, you only get one (1) shot as such preinstalled security apps.] 2. How long had the Norton subscription (or free-trial period) been expired before you installed the BT/McAfee suite? 3. Are you paying for the BT/McAfee suite installed on Laptop #1? 4. Did you also "drive-by" install Google Toolbar (for IE) when you updated Flash Player?
So you do NOT see the behavior (error) when you start IE9 in No Add-ons mode, is that correct? Would you be interested in replacing the BT/McAfee nonsense [IMHO] with a more reliable, less problematic application that's also free (i.e., Microsoft Security Essentials )? <= THAT'S JUST A QUESTION, NOT A SUGGESTION (at least for now)!
Please answer each of the following [admittedly tedious] diagnostic questions in a correspondingly-numbered list in your very next reply, preferably Start | Control Panel | Programs and Features | View installed updates (in left-hand menu)
Good morning Thank you for your response. Here goes with the information you asked for - as this affects both my laptops the answers relate to both. 1. (a) Laptop 1 November 2008 - Laptop 2 February 2008 (b)Both use Vista 32-bit. 2. BT NetProtect Plus in association with McAfee - on going subscription started October 2012 - includes firewall and anti-spyware. 3. & 4. Norton was pre installed on both laptops but uninstalled prior to NetProtect Plus installation. 5. All updates mentioned have been installed on both computers and reinstalled on laptop 2 following Windows clean install (see answer to Q.9). 6. No working Java detected on either laptop. 7. Aobe Flash Player v11.7.700.169 installed on both laptops. 8. Chrome and never used and this is only on laptop 1 (forgot to untick box when updating Flash Player) - IE only on laptop 2. 9. Laptop 1 clean install 18 months ago - laptop 2 clean install 1 month ago. 10. Haven't used "Registry Cleaners" on either laptop. Hopefully I have s
Hello Kevin Thanks for the response, just checking now and will let you know shortly Paul
Hello Kevin Looks like the add-ons/toolbar are the problem - need to look at them as nothing has been added or changed on them for months so not sure why all of a sudden now the problem has happened. In no add-ons mode no kernell issues soon as I open a separate tab with add-ons included kernel issues start. Thanks Paul
Note: We can only troubleshoot one (1) computer at a time. Let's work on Laptop #1 first, please. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1. Had your Norton subscription already expired by the time you replaced it with BT/McAfee suite in October 2012? 2. Did you (a) uninstall the Norton application AND THEN (b) download/run the Norton Removal Tool & reboot (c) BEFORE you installed the BT/McAfee suite? 3. Why did you do a "clean install 18 months ago?" 4. When you did the clean install, was the OEM-preinstalled Norton application installed again? 5. Is the BT/McAfee suite a freebie or...?
Get a message to reload Kernel32.dll
Original Title: KERRNELL32dll how to reload Kerrnell32dll to my computer running windows 7
Hi DerrickJackson, 1) When exactly do you get this error message? 2) What is the complete\exact error message that you get? 3) Do you remember making any changes to the computer prior the issue? Get back to us with more information so that we can assist you better. Suggestions for asking a question on help forums http://support.microsoft.com/KB/555375 Hope this information helps.
Receiving the following message: Procedure entry point set dll directory "W" could not be located in the Dynamic Link Library kernel32.dll.
PROCEDURE ENTRY POINT SET DLL DIRECTORY 'W' COULD NOT BE LOCATED IN DYNAMIC LINK LIBRARY KERNEL32.DLL.MESSAGE POPS UP.. PROCEDURE ENTRY POINT SET DLL DIRECTORY 'W' COULD NOT BE LOCATED IN DYNAMIC LINK LIBRARY KERNEL32.DLL. THIS MESSAGE POPS UP.
I Have made a recent software on the system
I have windows7, and I'm facing this problem while downloading a mobile software
Hi, 1. When exactly are you receiving this error message? 2. Have you made any recent software or hardware changes on the system? 3. Are you able to boot to the system in normal mode? Method 1: If this a recent issue, then you may try performing a system restore to a restore point before you were experiencing the issue. Note: When you perform System Restore to restore the computer to previous state, programs and updates you have installed are removed. To perform System restore, you may refer the following link: How to restore Windows XP to a previous state Method 2: You may also run SFC scan on the computer which would scan for corrupt system files on the computer and replace them. The scan may take some time, so be patient. Windows will repair any corrupted or missing files that it finds. If information from the installation CD is needed to repair the problem, you may be prompted to insert your Windows XP installation disk. a. Click Start, click Run, type cmd , and then click OK. b. I
"the procedure entry point sunMapLS_IP_EBP_12 could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.DLL"
"the procedure entry point sunMapLS_IP_EBP_12 could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.DLL" this massage is appearing as i run the recently installed program named EIS SPHERA FROM OMICRON TECHNOLOGY. KINDLY HELP
Please repost your question in the Programs Forum at: http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vistaprograms/threads . Good luck! Lorien - MCSE/MCSA/Network+/A+ --- If this post helps to resolve your issue, please click the "Mark as Answer" or "Helpful" button at the top of this message. By marking a post as Answered, or Helpful you help others find the answer faster.
Hi, I am running XP home edition, service pack 3. I am using IE8 and Google. Recently, a box keeps appearing on the screen saying kernel32.dll.The text in the box says "Internet Explorer raised unhandled exception in third party module and should be closed. We are sorry for inconvenience". When you close the box, it disappears, but when you do a search, it reappears. Regards
Hi, Try reinstalling the toolbar. It's possible that uninstalling/reinstalling will fix the problem (whatever it was.) Don
Hi, Determine which "third party module" (probably a browser add-on) is involved. Start Internet Explorer without add-ons by right-clicking the IE icon on the desktop. Choose Start without add-ons. or from Start> Programs> Accessories> System tools> Internet Explorer (no add-ons) If the problem goes away, an add-on is causing it. To determine which add-on is causing the problem see: IEBlog Troubleshooting and Internet Explorer’s (No Add-ons) Mode: http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2006/07/25/678113.aspx Windows Vista Help- Internet Explorer add-ons frequently asked questions: http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/e85a03aa-c7c6-428e-9891-67ea76df9b7e1033.mspx Don
Hi, I have reinstalled the toolbar, and the problem remains. Regards.
Hi, I chose start and followed your instructions, and it shows Start> Programs> Accessories> System tools> Internet Explorer (no add-ons). The problem seems to arise if I use www.nectar.com toolbar. I have uninstalled this toolbar, and the problem seems to have gone. I have used this toolbar many times in the past without any problems, so I cannot understand why it is happening. Regards.
WinDirect Error: Unable to link to KERNEL32.DLL! (0xc0000142) (NOT SOLVED)
Hi! I'm new on the forums and I got this problem when I tried to play an old Windows 95 CD game. It is Donald in Maui Mallard (1996). The CD worked well and I installed the game with no problem, but when I try to run it, I get this problem: WinDirect Error: Unable to link to KERNEL32.DLL! and error code (0xc0000142). I've heard that many else have this problem too, when they are trying to play some nostalgig games, like me. :) I really would like to get it work. I have tried to run it with compatibility mode (Win 95, 640x480, only 256 colors, themes disabled, run as administrator) but it doesn't work. Still the same message. However, I got those reports that my PC would like to send to you, Microsoft, so you could use them, but I'm not sure if I can get help that way or at least it is too slow. That's why I post here. The reports: /end of the reports\ I have thought that maybe I could get a Windows 95 emulator but it may be illegal and possibly hard to get so I really hope you can do something for this. It's a hard job maybe impossible, but I'd like to get a response from you. Thank you for reading this! :D (And sorry my bad English = I'm from Finland and only 16 years old)
I know this is a really old post, but for people having the issue now, another option is to use VMware and run Windows 95 on it. I am a big classic game fan and I find it best to run a game on its original operating system. Its worth a try for any other classic gaming enthusiast.
Hi, Which operating system are you using? If you have Windows 7 or Windows Vista on your computer, then you will not be able to play this game as the game was built for older versions of Windows. If you are using Windows 7, you can download and install XP mode on your computer and then install the game on XP mode. Refer these links for more information about XP mode: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/download.aspx http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/ http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/help/videos/using-windows-xp-mode Regards, Afzal Taher-Microsoft Support. Visit our Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think.
Well my computer is running Windows XP so yeah. :|
Entry Point Not Found - ResolveDElayLoadedAPI not located in KERNEL32.dll
Recently I've been experienced the error: Program.exe - Entry Point Not Found The procedure entry point ResolveDelayLoadedAPI could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll I've had it while trying to use various programs and I think it has something to do with Flashplayer. I used Dependency Walker and got this: Error: At least one module has an unresolved import due to a missing export function in an implicitly dependent module. Error: Modules with different CPU types were found. Warning: At least one delay-load dependency module was not found. Warning: At least one module has an unresolved import due to a missing export function in a delay-load dependent module. I've looked online quite a bit and I noticed similar errors but none of the fixes or problems seemed to relate to mine. I'm thinking about backing up my files and just starting a fresh install of Windows. I use Windows 7 Home Premium x64
Hi, 1. Do you remember making any changes to the computer prior to the issue? 1. What troubleshooting steps have you already tried? Please try the following methods if hasn't already tried. Method 1: keep the computer in a clean boot and check for the issue How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135 Note: Please go through step 7 of the Kb to keep the computer in normal startup after fixing the issue Method 2: Reinstalling Windows is the best option to fix the issue; you can also try by performing system restore to a system restore point where the computer was working fine. Make sure that you take a backup before performing reinstalling Windows or system restore. System Restore http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/products/features/system-restore Warning: Before you perform system restore, you should be prepared for a worst case scenario that results in your existing data on your computer bein
The entry point "ConvertToGlobalHandle" in KERNEL32.dll is missing
Original title: I just bought a new computer with Windows 7 and keep getting a popup error message from "searchprotocolhost" stating that the entry point "ConvertToGlobalHandle" in KERNEL32.dll is missing. The only answer I can find refers to a problem with NT Server that is not applicable to me.
Don't understand how Cody - Support Engineer can consider this an answer! I still have the problem. Stating that I don't know what Microsoft product is causing the problem is not a solution. I still have an annoying error message popping up every couple of minutes. If he's trying to say the problem is with Outlook, then maybe he can find a Microsoft Outlook Support Engineer to address the problem since there have been 64 views but no replies to the thread in the Outlook forum!
You need to run each of those commands from an elevated command prompt. That will enable you to run the command, and check the output.
What was the output of SFC? Did it find any problems that it couldn't fix? What about CHKDSK - did it report that there were problems that it couldn't fix because it was run in read-only mode? Searching for ConvertToGlobalHandle and Outlook suggests this problem is related to Outlook, and has been around for a number of years. I haven't run into anything that suggest a ready resolution, however; in one case, an OS and Office reinstall resulted in the same behavior. x_x Might you provide a link to the referenced thread in the Outlook forum?
Neither SFC or CHKDSK reported any problems at all, none fixed or unable to fix. Here's a link to the Outlook forum, which has had 14 views but no replies. http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/officeprog/thread/d169bcaf-2fcc-4d72-aaf7-3edba8b9ac46
Ran them both from the elevated command prompt but didn't help. It seems like the error message only appears when Outlook (2003) is open, so the problem may be with it. Never had the problem with Outlook 2003 on XP, so not sure whether the problem is with Windows 7, Outlook 2003, or somewhere else. I've posted a similar question on the Outlook forum to see if anybody there can help. Thanks.
Can you monitor with Sysinternals Process Explorer or Process Monitor when SearchProtocolHost.exe starts, in relation to when you experience the message?
If you are getting this behavior with a new system, your best bet may be to contact the system maker for assistance. Else, consider running SFC /SCANNOW , and chkdsk.
I'm in this forum because the system is Windows 7. The only answer I've been able to find refers to a problem in NT Server in 2004 that is not applicable to me. Tried running sfc /scannow and chkdsk . Each time something flashed on the screen for mili-second and nothing happened. Still have the problem.
Out of curiosity - if you stop and (temporarily) disable the Windows Search service, can you reproduce the behavior?
I've disabled (temporarily) the Windows Search Service and I'm still getting the error message.
When I was installing Skype error message is showing- kernel32.dll I am using windows XP Home Edition 32 bit please reply as soon as possible
Can't access office error code: The procedure entry point DecodePointer could not be located in the dynamic link library Kernel32.dll
Can't access office error code: The procedure entry point DecodePointer could not be located in the dynamic link library Kernel32.dll
I just paid for office and I cant get into my to get a free month and I cant get it to work?
When do you get this error message? Do you get this error message with all office applications? Try to open office applications in application safe mode and verify if the same issue occurs. To open office applications in application safe mode you need to press and hold the ‘Ctrl’ key and click the Office application. For example: To open outlook in application safe, click start > All Programs > Microsoft Office > Press and hold the Ctrl key and click ‘Microsoft Office Outlook 2010’.
The procedure entry point could not be located in the dynamic link library kernel32.dll
I am running windows 7 Pro - 32 Bit on a Dell laptop xps studio 16. also Microsoft office 2007 pro. As of January 17 -2011 I started receiving this message " The procedure entry point could not be located in the dynamic link library kernel32.dll ". The first thing I did was to make sure that my computer was current with the Updates. I ran a scan for malware / spyware. Nothing found. Any suggestions will be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you.
The procedure entry point SendMessageQ could not be located in the dunamic link lidrary user32.dll
Hi Geobelster , 1. When exactly do you receive this error message? 2. Does this error occur while opening any program or application? I would suggest you to rub SFC scan on the computer. SFC /scannow is a super-useful command you can use in any Windows version. When the SFC (System File Checker) command is used with the /scannow switch, the tool will scan all of the important Windows files on your computer and replace them as necessary. Missing and corrupt operating system files (like many DLL files) are arguably the biggest cause of major Windows issues. Considering that, plus the fact that SFC /scannow is completely automatic and very easy to use, the tool should usually be one of your first troubleshooting steps. Refer: How to use the System File Checker tool to troubleshoot missing or corrupted system files on Windows Vista or on Windows 7 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929833 Thanks and Regards: I. Suuresh Kumar - Microsoft Support. Visit our Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and
Error hpqtra08.exe - Entry Point Not Found. The procedure entry point Get Module F
Original title : hpqtra08.exe - Entry Point Not Found. The procedure entry point Get Module F
Thank you SO very much for your reply. I am totally out of my depth as I'm not computer savvy so I will go through your steps one at a time and will let you know how I go. After I sent the question to Microsoft, I decided to run a full scan and after the scan, this "thing" disappeared. The scan did detect a "Threat" - one file was infected. My computer seems to be running a lot better now too but I will save your information in case it happens again. Just want you to know that I am extremely appreciative of your wonderful help. Have a lovely day ... Regards. Hi, · When exactly do you get this error message? · Have you made any recent changes to the computer prior to this issue? Note : The Microsoft Safety Scanner expires 10 days after being downloaded. To rerun a scan with the latest anti-malware definitions, download and run the Microsoft Safety Scanner again. Hi, Good to know the issue has been resolved and thank you for sharing the information with us. Let us know if you face any issues with Windows in future.
Thank you SO very much for your reply. I am totally out of my depth as I'm not computer savvy so I will go through your steps one at a time and will let you know how I go. After I sent the question to Microsoft, I decided to run a full scan and after the scan, this "thing" disappeared. The scan did detect a "Threat" - one file was infected. My computer seems to be running a lot better now too but I will save your information in case it happens again. Just want you to know that I am extremely appreciative of your wonderful help. Have a lovely day ... Regards.
Hi, · When exactly do you get this error message? · Have you made any recent changes to the computer prior to this issue? Note : The Microsoft Safety Scanner expires 10 days after being downloaded. To rerun a scan with the latest anti-malware definitions, download and run the Microsoft Safety Scanner again.
Hi, Good to know the issue has been resolved and thank you for sharing the information with us. Let us know if you face any issues with Windows in future.
The Procedure entry point K32 GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll
I am trying to Install Office plus 2013, But getting below error message, Please help me out. The Procedure entry point K32 GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll My system type 32 bit operating system , windows vista Home Premium
No it didn't help as I already read others with the same prob, however I contacted customer support who say they will refund me! Watch this space!
This is absolutely unacceptable customer service. I had the same issue and nowhere during the process of purchasing Office was it clear that it would not work with Windows Vista. This should have been made clear to me. Just unacceptable!
Yes me too, and im very angry that i and others have been duped, most unsatisfactory, i will be contacting the number given as 0800 026 0331 tomorrow, if it doesnt work on vista then they should refund the money, now i,m assuming i,ll be able to speak to some one on that number, whats the betting it wont work? what a con!!!!!!!!!!!!
Exactly the same here, bought through a work programme, no info before hand or during the process. Rubbish.
Welcome to Windows, not keeping up with there software agreement with the community.
Hmmm.. and what about this? http://onlinehelp.microsoft.com/office365-smallbusinesses/ff652564.aspx So how could we use Office365 on Vista if we cannot install Office 2013??
Hi Bhaskar, Thank you for contacting Microsoft community. We are glad to assist you with your concern. As per the description provided, it looks like you are installing Office 2013 on Windows Vista operating system. Office 2013 cannot be installed on Windows Vista as it does not meet the system requirement. For more information refer to the following link ‘System requirements for Office 2013’ and check: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee624351.aspx I hope the above information helps. If you need further assistance with the issue, you can always reply and I’ll be happy to assist you. Thank you
Okay thanks. So what are we to do now?
I have just had this same problem, no where did it say this was not for Vista, I have purchased it via the Barclays staff discount of £8.95 to be told it will not work, anyway of getting my money back?
I'm trying to install MS Office 2013 and keep getting error message: The procedure entry point K32GetImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.DLL. I using Windows Vista and IE 9.
Hello George, Thank you for posting the question in Microsoft Community. As per the description provided, you’re unable to install Microsoft Office 2013 on Windows Vista Operating System . Office 2013 suites are not compatible to run in Windows Vista . It can only be install on Windows 7 and later versions of Operating System. You may check the link below for more information on System requirement to install Office 2013 Preview: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/office-system-requirements-FX102921529.aspx#Suites If you have any other Office related issues, post here and we are here to help you. Thank You.
The procedure entry point K32GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll
After a windows update, an online game that i play would not load anymore, giving me the kernel32 message. I have tried system restore to correct but it is continually unsuccessful, though it does not give a reason why. The game support no longer covers windows vista so the company offered no help. Any idea how i might fix this please?
Dyncamic Link Librabry kernel32.dll
Hey,Yesterday i finish download a software(Unity3d),When I try install it,got some promblem. UnitySetup-3.3.0.exe-Entry Point Not Found The procedure entry point.......could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll. PLEASE HELP ME with this
Hi Steven, - Are you the administrator of the computer? I would suggest you to right click on the setup file and select "Run as Administrator" and check if it helps. If it doesn't help, l et’s follow these methods and update us with the results. Method 1: Fix problems with programs that can't be installed or uninstalled http://support.microsoft.com/mats/Program_Install_and_Uninstall Method 2: Perform a System File Checker (SFC) scan. Perform a System File Checker (SFC) scan on your computer. SFC tool scans system files and replaces incorrect versions of the system files by using the correct versions. Refer the following article for more information on using SFC tool to troubleshoot missing or corrupted system files: How to use the System File Checker tool to troubleshoot missing or corrupted system files on Windows Vista or on Windows 7 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929833 Please post back with the results and we will be happy to assist you further.
Outlook error with KERNEL32.dll
i have try to find and remove the security update kb4011273, but i cannot find the update kb4011273. I am sure that "Show update" is already checked. What shorld i do now? please advice. Many thanks,
the procedure entry point GetFinalPathNameByHandleW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll
Good morning, While trying to install a program, I see the following error message on screen: The procedure entry point GetFinalPathNameByHandleW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll The environment I'm installing on, is a Windows XP 32-bit environment. The program I'm trying to install, is a program, created by my own company, using a 32-bit self-extracting installer, which is also created by my own company, using Flexera InstallAnywhere software. No modifications have been done on the installers environment. No modifications seem being done on the installers creation environment (where the self-extracting installer is created): I have verified the Control Panel/Action Center/Reliability Monitor and no entries are present between a working and a not-working installer. As the file "KERNEL32.dll" is mentioned in the error message, I have verified its modification date, which is 30/11/2012, this should not be the cause of the problem neither. Witnin the self-extr
Those kinds of error messages mean that the program is looking "inside" the specified file (in this case kernel32.dll) trying to find a function/procedure to run called 'GetFinalPathNameByHandleW' and not finding it. Either the program is calling the wrong nonexistent function or the library file doesn't have it in there. Things are not matching up somewhere. A DLL is a Dynamic Link Library and files like kernel32.dll are sometimes just a bunch of functions/procedures/subroutines all lumped into one portable file. In a primitive way, you can use a text editor to open the kernel32.dll file (make a copy if it your desire) and search for a string 'GetFinalPathNameByHandleW' and you will not find it. You can even search for 'GetFinal' and you will not find it in the XP kernel32.dll file: But if you do the same thing on a Windows 7+ kernel32.dll you will find it: So your program is calling a function inside a DLL but that function does not exist in the Windows XP kernel32.dll. I think GetF
error iexplore.exe kernel32 dll. app name>iexplore.exe. app ver>8.0.6001.18702 mod ver>5.1.2600.5781 mod name>kernel32 dll. off set>00012afb
i recently tryed to download from a web site but was given an error message - error in iexplore.exe kernel32 dll app name iexplore.exe app ver 8.0.6001.18702 mod ver 5.1.2600.5781 mod name kernel32.dll off set 00012afb the only thing it seems to affect is downloading net surfing is fine and other functions are ok too. no virus shows up when scaned by avg or spy bot. i have deleted the cache and history,temporary files and it was sugested on another site that a search for *.pwl files may work but none appeared. the biggest problem is i cant download any software that will help. if you have a manual way of cureing my problem it would help(hopefully)
thanks pa bear. i disabeled add ons and am now able to download. ive only been useing commputers for about a year now so the more help the better. your a ledgend. whats the best way to sort the add ons so i can re-enable or is it best left diabled
Please answer all of the following diagnostic questions by number in your very next reply (no need to quote this post): 1. Does the behavior persist if you start IE in No Add-ons mode? => Start | (All) Programs | Accessories | System Tools | Internet Explorer (No add-ons). 2. Does the behavior persist if you Reset IE Advanced settings & reboot? http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923737 3. What anti-virus application or security suite is installed and is your subscription current? What anti-spyware applications (other than Defender)? What third-party firewall (if any)? 4. Has a(nother) Norton or McAfee application ever been installed on this machine? 5. Did a Norton or McAfee free-trial come preinstalled on the computer when you bought it? (Doesn't matter if you never used or Activated it.) 6. Is the computer currently fully-patched at Windows Update? ~Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (IE, Mail, Security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ Disclaimer: MS MVPs neither represent nor wor
yeah its an old pc built by a&r computers with gigabyte parts that im tring to make last a bit longer. given to me by my mother. any way thanks for all your help. things seem back to normal now. will mark as an answer and helpfull. to any body who reads this blog PA BEAR knows his ____ take his help and use it ! you deserve the medals you have. again thanks bloke
Disabling (all) Add-ons and starting IE8 in No Add-ons mode is not the same thing. Which have you done? Please answer all six (6) of my original questions in your next reply. ~Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (IE, Mail, Security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ Disclaimer: MS MVPs neither represent nor work for Microsoft
You're welcome and thanks for your feedback & your kind words. ~Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (IE, Mail, Security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ Disclaimer: MS MVPs neither represent nor work for Microsoft
...am able to download u-torrent but not site downloads...i had kaspersky 2010 but had massive problems...tried to update but it ran for over an hour and seemed to stop all together... Please see... Risks & Benefits of P2P file sharing http://www.microsoft.com/protect/data/downloadfileshare/filesharing.aspx http://blogs.technet.com/mmpc/archive/2008/10/06/the-cost-of-free-software.aspx http://www.us-cert.gov/cas/tips/ST05-007.html I suspect you're seeing the effects of longstanding hijackware infection, so also see... Cleaning a Compromised System http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc700813.aspx Question: Is this a used (previously-owned) computer?
1.re started ie in no add ons mode. am able to download u-torrent but not site downloads. 2. tryed to auto re-set at web link but ie had previous error and had to shut down. then did it manually. successfully. 3. currently useing avg anti virus and spybot search and destroy. all are current. 4. no norton or mcafee installed at any time. 5. no free trials of norton or mc afee. i had kaspersky 2010 but had massive problems with inital updates turns out even kaspersky's tech's think its a dud. removed it with kavremove. had trend micro but it ran out. removed it with its uninstall exe. 6. patched at windows update. tried to update but it ran for over an hour and seemed to stop all together. i then went back the link provided and tryed to auto re-set ie again and was successfull this time. i havent tried to download from a site yet but will keep you posted. ps in hunting through my pc i went into nero info tool and discovered that it says (aspi installation is corrupted) could this h
hup installation error message: procedure entry point K32GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll
Hi: I am trying to download the Microsoft Home Use Program to my old Acer laptop. It is the Office Professional. I cannot install due to this error: hup installation error message: procedure entry point K32GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll. Any ideas about how to fix? Thanks.
Hi, Thank you for contacting Microsoft community and We are glad to assist you with your concern. The following error message ' procedure entry point K32GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll' prompts if you are trying to install Office on an unsupported Windows platform. In order to help you with the issue, i need some information : What is the version of operating system installed on the computer? (Windows XP/Vista) What is the version of Office you are trying to install? (Office 2010/2013) If you’re using Windows Vista operating System or any older versions of Windows on your Computer, then Office 2013 is not compatible. It can only be install on Windows 7 and later versions of Operating System. If it is Office 2010, then you need to have Windows XP with Sp3 and Vista with Sp1. Reply with required information, so that we could assist you better. Thank you.
I have the same issue. If the Office 2013 is not compatible with Window Vista OS, it should mention when we do the purchase. However, it does not mention anything. In this case, do we have any option to either to get the refund back for office 2013 purchased or get the new office 2010 download for free? Please advice. Thanks! I just find out that I already purchased the Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 on 12/15/2011. In this case, can I get refund? Thanks!
I have the same issue. If the Office 2013 is not compatible with Window Vista OS, it should mention when we do the purchase. However, it does not mention anything. In this case, do we have any option to either to get the refund back for office 2013 purchased or get the new office 2010 download for free? Please advice. Thanks! I just find out that I already purchased the Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 on 12/15/2011. In this case, can I get refund? Thanks! Hi, Thank you for posting your question in Microsoft Community. You may consider purchasing Windows 8 and then install Office 2013 on the computer. However for the refund of the product refer the link below for more information: http://www.microsoftstore.com/store/msstore/html/pbPage.Help_Return_Exchange If you need any help reply and we will be glad to assist you. Thank you
If I purchased Office 2013 and can't use it because I have Vista installed, can I at least apply the funds I paid to download Office 2010? Hi, Thank you for posting your question in Microsoft Community. I shall assist you with the query you have with related to Office 2010. Yes if you have the disc and the key for Office 2010, you may go ahead and install the it on the Windows vista operating system. I hope the above information helps. If you need further assistance on this particular issue or any other Office related issues let us know and we will be glad to assist you. Thank you.
From https://www.microsofthup.com/hupau/faq.aspx?culture=en-AU " What are the system requirements for compatibility? As long as you have the latest service pack installed. If users have signed up for automatic update, they should have the latest service pack ." I have the latest service packs on my Vista PC.
I have the same issue. If the Office 2013 is not compatible with Window Vista OS, it should mention when we do the purchase. However, it does not mention anything. In this case, do we have any option to either to get the refund back for office 2013 purchased or get the new office 2010 download for free? Please advice. Thanks!
If I purchased Office 2013 and can't use it because I have Vista installed, can I at least apply the funds I paid to download Office 2010?
When I try to download "The procedure entry point K32GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll"
After clicking on run i get the error "The procedure entry point K32GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll" Windows Vista 32bit I have Office 2007 installed.
when i try to download anything i am getting the error the procedure entry point K32GetProcessImageFileNameA could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.DLL. I am using windows vista. I deleted something when i tried to undo an update.
Hi Ryan, Which Windows operating system do you use (Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows7 or Windows8)? You may refer to the Microsoft article below which discusses about the same error and check if it helps: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2809945 I hope the above information helps. Let us know if you need further help. Thank you.
The procedure entry point RegOpenKeyExW could not be located in dynamic link library Kernel32.dll
Hi, I created one application using visual studio 2008 in windows 7...I created installer for the application.I installed the installer in windows xp....Application is not working in windows xp....its popup messagebox. Message is->The procedure entry point RegOpenKeyExW could not be located in dynamic link library Kernel32.dll. Kindly give a guidance to clear the problem.Thanks in advance.
Hi Ambikaksm, The issue you posted would be better suited in the MSDN Forums; we would recommend posting your query in the MSDN Forums for further assistance: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/category/visualstudio Keep us updated on the status of the issue.
I get a fault for kernel32.dll when performing certain functions. Sometimes when using the right click mouse key the program dumps and says kernel32.dll is the fault. One program will not open but shuts down immediately and give the same kernel32.dll fault message. I have tried several registry cleaner programs but they do not fix the problem. It started after installing Norton INternet Security 2009. but of course, they won't do anything because they say kernel32.dll is a system file. My question centers around the reinstalling and overwriting of kernel32 from one of the dll fixit sites. Since it is a system file, I have concerns doing this will stop the computer from working and I really do not want to reinstall the operating system and all programs as it takes FAR to long. Is it OK to overwrite kernel32?? thanks
Hello Anthony, I tried your method and it did not work for me. I have Vista Ultimate Upgrade. I followed your steps with no luck. I am trying to repair a Kernel32.dll file
Hello dward99019, Thank you for visiting the Microsoft Windows Vista Community site. This should point you in a direction to answer your question or resolve your problem by repairing files in your system folder. Have your Installation Disc near; click on run in start menu, or try pressing Winkey + R and type SFC / SCANNOW (you will have to insert your windows CD/DVD in the drive) Let us know if these steps resolve your problem. I hope the information is useful. Regards, Anthony Microsoft Answers Support Engineer Visit our Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think.
how do i repair Fatal Error Failed to get GetLogicalProcessorInformation (KERNEL32.dll) and I only have Windows XP 32bit
I was told to download Service Pack 3 but my PC can only have Service Pack 2. Its windows XP 2002. How to I get back the Kernel32.dll file?
Why do you think you can't upgrade your XP to SP3? Maybe somebody else will tell us if you can install SP3 on MCE 2002 or not. Looking around on the Internet, I am not sure. Please answer the following questions as best you can: What is your system make and model? What is your XP Version and Service Pack? ************** Can you be of assistance? This has been driving me crazy for over a week now.
same problem..please help OS Name Microsoft Windows XP Professional Version 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2 Build 2600 Page File C:\pagefile.sys
Why do you think you can't upgrade your XP to SP3? It says if its less than 64 bytes I cant Maybe somebody else will tell us if you can install SP3 on MCE 2002 or not. Looking around on the Internet, I am not sure. Please answer the following questions as best you can: What is your system make and model? Windows XP What is your XP Version and Service Pack? 2002 Service Pack 2 There will be some personal information (like System Name and User Name), and whatever appears to be private information to you, just delete it from the pasted information. This will minimize back and forth Q&A and eliminate guesswork.
Do you have Skype installed? All I have in my notes for that message is about Service Pack 2 systems with Skype installed and Skype is either configured to start automatically or when launching Skype manually (the message is coming from Skype). After an update to Skype, the new version of Skype calls this function in the kernerl32.dll file: GetLogicalProcessorInformation But that function was not in the Service Pack 2 kernel32.dll file - it didn't show up until the Service Pack 3 version of the kernel32.dll file, hence the error message. So you must upgrade to SP3 if you plan on using the latest version of Skype. According to HP your system HP Vectra has a genuine Intel processor (not AMD) so you don't have to worry about the part of the previous reply that talks about that. Service Pack 3 has been out for over 6 years so there is no good reason I can think of for not installing it but maybe you have one. Personally I don't even like to work on SP2 systems since so many issues and prob
Well, there is something else that wants to use GetLogicalProcessorInformation and maybe you can figure out what it is and tell us. I figured out the Skype problem by selectively disabling one startup program at a time in MSCONFIG (and rebooting each time) until the problem went away. Then when we enabled Skype again, the problem came back. This troubleshooting method is called fault isolation (or process of elimination). Maybe you can do that too and tell us what the offending program is or if it happens when you attempt to launch (double click) some application to start it. If things used to work okay, it is probably something that you just updated lately. But whatever program now needs it is not going to find in in SP2. Forget about Windows Update and go here and see if you can download and install SP3. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-xp-service-pack-3.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396 Ignore any messages about only for processionals (you qualify for that) or
Thanks for your help. Replaced the hard drive a year ago instead
Why do you think you can't upgrade your XP to SP3? Maybe somebody else will tell us if you can install SP3 on MCE 2002 or not. Looking around on the Internet, I am not sure. Please answer the following questions as best you can: What is your system make and model? What is your XP Version and Service Pack? Does the afflicted system have a working CD/DVD drive (internal or external)? Do you have a genuine bootable XP installation CD that is the same Service Pack as your installed Service Pack (this is not the same as any Recovery CDs that came with your system)? If the system used to work properly, what do you think happened since the last time it did work properly? When do you see this message? Do you have Skype installed and see the message trying to launch Skype? The GetLogicalProcessorInformation function was introduced in the Service Pack 3 kernel32.dll so if you are still running SP2 you need to upgrade to SP3 (which has been out for almost 6 years). If you are running an AMD proc
Do you have Skype installed? All I have in my notes for that message is about Service Pack 2 systems with Skype installed and Skype is either configured to start automatically or when launching Skype manually (the message is coming from Skype). After an update to Skype, the new version of Skype calls this function in the kernerl32.dll file: GetLogicalProcessorInformation But that function was not in the Service Pack 2 kernel32.dll file - it didn't show up until the Service Pack 3 version of the kernel32.dll file, hence the error message. So you must upgrade to SP3 if you plan on using the latest version of Skype. According to HP your system HP Vectra has a genuine Intel processor (not AMD) so you don't have to worry about the part of the previous reply that talks about that. Service Pack 3 has been out for over 6 years so there is no good reason I can think of for not installing it but maybe you have one. Personally I don't even like to work on SP2 systems since so many issues and prob
That answers some of the questions - we know the system make and model, the OS version and XP Service Pack and you do have an AMD processor. I don't know why I thought you had Media Center, but your msinfo32 says you have XP Home. I don't see any reason why you can't upgrade to SP3 but maybe somebody else does and will let us know. It is interesting to note that by asking the right questions up front to get fundamental system information, we can avoid the panic of the non boot scenario that you are likely to face after upgrading to SP3. If the MS Answers forums would prompt for fundamental system information when a new question is asked, you would be done by now. You can go ahead and download and install SP3, but before you reboot, you need to check to see if you have the Intel Processor Driver Service (IntelPPM) and if you do, disable it before you reboot. If you don't, are likely to get this common error often seen on AMD systems after installing SP3 the next time you restart your
DecodePointer not located in Kernel32.dll
My ISP took over control of my PC and put it in Public mode from Home mode and changed files. This killed System Restore, administrator User accounts to name a few. After 10 'expertts' got through with my PC Microsoft automated said reinstall XP OS disc, but it only had Service Pack 1 on it. The disc was installed, and many error messages are::::::DecodePointer not located in Kernel32.dll...................Now I get all kinds of errors etc. many programs dead How can i find and install the missing file??????????
Hi, 1. When exactly do you receive this error message? 2. What are all the other error messages you receive? 3. Did you reinstall all the applications and programs once you reinstall Windows XP? Reply with more information regarding the issue to provide you better solution.
Hallo. Ich habe ein Spiel installiert (Installation problemlos verlaufen) und beim Starten des Spieles erhalte ich folgende Fehlermeldung: "Kernel32 call does not point into KERNEL32.dll. Virus or incompatible Systemanalyzer detected! (#3000)" Ich habe mich vergewissert dass kernel32.dll im selben Ordner vorhanden ist, dennoch kann ich die Anwendung nicht starten.
Hi Thomas, Please select your language by clicking the English icon on the lower left to post your question in the language of your choice as presented (and German is included) . The forum you posted in is for English only . If you wish to use a different language that isn’t in the listing mentioned above, support options for additional international locations can be found by following the link below: http://support.microsoft.com/common/international.aspx Thanks Kosh
How do I fix the kernel32.dll errors
The .dll is a library of shared files that allow many programs to run at one time on your Windows computer and stands for Dynamic Link Library. It do not allow to run or install security program kernel32.dll errors
what if i remove the file kernel32.dell?
You won't be able to because its deletion would break Windows and therefore it will be protected. Why ever would you want to do this? The First Question Of Troubleshooting: If the problem is new, what changed between the time things worked and the time they didn't? The Second Question of Windows Troubleshooting: what is the malware/virus status of the machine? If you think it is clean, what programs (and versions) did you use to determine this? Be sure the computer is clean: http://www.elephantboycomputers.com/page2.html#Removing_Malware Help us help you: http://www.elephantboycomputers.com/page2.html#how-to-write http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/555375 - How to Ask a Question MS-MVP - Elephant Boy Computers - Don't Panic!
You won't be able to because its deletion would break Windows and therefore it will be protected. Why ever would you want to do this? The First Question Of Troubleshooting: If the problem is new, what changed between the time things worked and the time they didn't? The Second Question of Windows Troubleshooting: what is the malware/virus status of the machine? If you think it is clean, what programs (and versions) did you use to determine this? Be sure the computer is clean: http://www.elephantboycomputers.com/page2.html#Removing_Malware Help us help you: http://www.elephantboycomputers.com/page2.html#how-to-write http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/555375 - How to Ask a Question MS-MVP - Elephant Boy Computers - Don't Panic! Recently I can't download or update some software or file. The problem appears as kernel32.dell. What should I do.
when launching the internet a box appears with a message saying kernel32.dll, if i click on send a report it shuts the internet down. Does anyone know what kernel 32.dll is please
when launching the internet a box appears with a message saying kernel32.dll, if i click on send a report it shuts the internet down. Does anyone know what kernel 32.dll is please. Not sure which version of internet explorer i am using
Hi, Kernel32.dll is a file present in 32-bit versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system. It is essential to the correct functioning of the operating system, and is one of the files that load when the operating system is started. Its purpose is to make system functions available to programs. The .dll at the end of the file's name is short for "Dynamic Link Library", a kind of file that contains code used by other programs, but which cannot be run by it. I appreciate if you could help me with more information. 1. When exactly do you receive this issue message? What is the exact/complete error message? http://windows.microsoft.com/en-IN/internet-explorer/which-version-am-i-using#ie=ie-9 Let us know the status of the issue.
windows server 2003 kernel32.dll
Hi... This is karthik. I'm using windows server 2003. Past one month i'm facing an issue while launching the browser(Chrome, Firefox). The error i'm getting is "tHE PROCEDURE ENTRY POINT DECODEPOINTER COULD NOT BE LOCATED IN THE DYNAMIC LINK LIBRARYKERNEL32.dll." Help me to fix this issue.
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Random application crashes related to kernel32.dll , kernelbase.dll and ntdll.dll
I am experiencing random appcrahes in my Windows 7 laptop, I am working the following configuration: Laptop : Asus K55VM R500V Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit - SP 1 - Build 1130 Problem: Crashes happen on random times with random applications. So this can be either my Steam Client, Skype, Google Chrome, QQ International Messenger or Windows Explorer. It doesn't matter if I use all of them at the same time or only two or what I am doing with my laptop. Often when I play heavy videogames (i.e. Far Cry 3) my laptop is fine but simply using my email can cause a crash. I would really appreciate any support or suggestions, should you require any other information or error logs please let me know. Thanks in advance!
Hi Anannya, I tried your suggestions. I replaced my dll files and tried to assign them to my register. Following your steps was not possible as I got an error code when trying to use the command in Run, I however managed to do it in Command Prompt and so far I did not got any problems! Thank you very much for your help! Regards, Joep
Hi Joep , You are welcome! We are glad that the issue is resolved. Thank you for sharing the information.
Hi Joepvan der Poel, The issue appears to be because of two system files namely to kernel32.dll and ntdll.dll Since you did a clean install of Windows 7 and still the issue reappears it seems like the version of Windows installed on your computer and on the media aswell is corrupt. Therefore I would suggest you to get the copy of these two files kernel32.dll and ntdll.dll from another trust worthy Windows 7 computer running the same version, edition and service pack and paste it to c:drive>Windows>System32 folder and re-register the files and check if the issue persists. To re-register the files follow these steps: a. Click on the "Start" menu, click "Run". b. In the "Open" box, type " kernel32.dll /regserver ", without quotes and then press ENTER. c. For ntdll.dll type " ntdll.dll/ regserver", without quotes and then press ENTER. Hope it helps. Please get back with the issue status and also let us know if you face any Windows issue in future and we will be happy to help.
The procedure entry point DE could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll
My windows experience index needs to be refreshed, but when I try to do so I get the following error. The procedure entry point DE could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll GenGame 10: winsat.exe entry point not found I would be most greatfull if anyone has a solution to this. Thanks Mal
Hi Malrob, For how long have you had this issue? Method 1: You may perform a SFC scan and check if it lists any issues. To http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/System-Restore-frequently-asked-questions Hope this helps.
Thanks for your reply, unfortunately SFC does not find anything wrong. My restore points only go back to sp1 installation, which I installed hoping it would cure the problem. The error comes up when it is running direct3d 10 batch assesment. Thanks.
cannot downoad SP 3 for office 2003 - kernel32.dll error
Every time I try and download SP3 for office 2003 I am told my system file kernel32.dll is open - no other programmes are open. Operating on Windows XP. Have tried the FAQ's and this site but not finding the same error. All tips appreciated.
Hi Loubag, 1. What is the exact error message you receive when you attempt to install Service Pack 3 (SP3) for Office? I would suggest you to try the following steps: Step 1: Manually download the update from the download link below and then try to install it Description of Office 2003 Service Pack 3 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923618 Save the update on the desktop Step 2: Disable the security software present on the computer temporarily Right on the security software icon on the notification area on the taskbar and disable it. If this option is not available you may want to check the documentation supplied by your anti-virus program manufacturer for disabling it. Important: Enable the security software back once everything is done. Now try to install the update saved on the desktop, let me know if it works or you need further assistance. Thanks and Regards: Ajay K Microsoft Answers Support Engineer Visit our Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think.
Husband accidently deleted kernel32.dll
Dell Dimension 8600 OS XP Can't find the main disk that has XP & don't have a boot disk Husband accidently deleted kernel32.dll file! Starts to load Window files but stops & gives error message missing or corrupt kernel32.dll file.Tried to restore to last known good startup but just restarts & gives error message. I can get to prompt but doesn't/won't show correct dir for C:, shows ROM C:. Think Husband put in cds for win 98. Help! Can I just get the dll file? Is there a way to fix this withpout loosing everything on HD?
It is very likely that there is a copy kernel32.dll file in %SystemRoot%\system32\dllcache. (%SystemRoot% is usually set to C:\WINDOWS.) One may restore this file by booting into the Microsoft Windows XP™ Recovery Console (MWRC) and copying the file from the DLLcache. . use the MAP command to find the jump drive's letter and copy kernel32.dll into \WINDOWS\system32. Good luck!
Iexplorer close down on access to certain site's with Kernel32.dll error.
Hi MS forum I got a problem with IE8. It's closing down on access to certain sites with following error: Problemsignatur: Navn på problemhændelse: APPCRASH Programnavn: iexplore.exe Programversion: 8.0.6001.18975 Tidsstempel for program: 4c8710a6 Fejlmodulnavn: kernel32.dll Fejlmodulversion: 6.0.6002.18005 Tidsstempel for fejlmodul: 49e037dd Undtagelseskode: e0434352 Undtagelsesforskydning: 0003fbae OS-version: 6.0.6002.2.2.0.768.3 Landestandard-id: 1030 Yderligere oplysninger 1: fd00 Yderligere oplysninger 2: ea6f5fe8924aaa756324d57f87834160 Yderligere oplysninger 3: fd00 Yderligere oplysninger 4: ea6f5fe8924aaa756324d57f87834160 Læs erklæringen om beskyttelse af personlige oplysninger: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=50163&clcid=0x0406 I know it's in danish, but the lines and placement of -do- is the same order as in a english message. I run KIS 188.8.131.526 as AV. I've tried to shut down different services in KIS as I have read some hints about AV program could be the cause for
Hi steen.schmidt, - How long have you had this issue? - What (software) changes did you make on the computer prior to the issue? Gokul - Microsoft Support [If this post was helpful, please click the "Vote as Helpful" (green triangle) button. If it helps in resolving your issue, click "Propose As Answer" or "Mark as Answer" button. By proposing/marking a post as Answered, or Helpful you help others find the answer faster.]
You’re welcome, Steen Chr. Schmidt. Glad to be of assistance. Happy holidays to you too! If you have any further questions, post the same at Microsoft Answers Windows 7 Forums . Gokul - Microsoft Support [If this post was helpful, please click the "Vote as Helpful" (green triangle) button. If it helps in resolving your issue, click "Propose As Answer" or "Mark as Answer" button. By proposing/marking a post as Answered, or Helpful you help others find the answer faster.]
Hi Gokul T Thx. for the answer ...*smile* It did help a lot ... just very time consuming but hey thats "windows in a nutshell" right ...*LOL* Yhank you again and have some nice hollidays ... vbr Steen Chr. Schmidt
I can't download service pack three. I keep getting this error c:\windows\system32\kernel32.dll is open or in use.__
I can't download service pack three. I keep getting this error c:\windows\system32\kernel32.dll is open or in use. I have tried turning off anti-virus, cleaning my registry, and looking for applications running with the task manager. Nothing works. Does anyone have any answers?
error corrupt file: windows\system32\kernel32.dll (Windows 10)
I am running Windows 10 and continue to receive an error that I have a corrupt file for windows\system32\kernel32.dll . The fixes I see suggest reinstalling this file from a disk. I had Windows 7 but was forced to upgrade to Windows 10 via a download from Microsoft. 1) Where do I find this file to reinstall since I don't have a disk? 2) Do I have to reinstall Windows 10? 3) Is this a common problem other computer users are having? Thank for your help.
Hi Kathleen, System file corruption is one of the possible reasons why you are having an error with the kernel32 .dll file. To troubleshoot the issue, we suggest running the System File Checker tool to help you fix missing or corrupted system files . To do this, simply follow the steps in this article . Should you encounter the same issue, you can perform a custom install of Windows 10 by following the instructions in this forum article . This is to keep your files while reinstalling the operating system. If you need a copy of Windows 10 , you can create a Windows 10 installation media by downloading the tool here . Regards.
IE is outdated, A random bell rings on my computer and need a new kernel32.dll file
Threee issues still after dealing with Norton, Microsoft and aol. 1) I keep getting a message Internet exlorer is outdated and not supported. No one identified this issue and I do not know what to do, I do not want Bing. 2) a random bell rings on my computer 3) I need a new kernel32.dll beccaue I believe Norton moved it or Microsoft deleted it and no one seems to be able to tell my how to get a download for this .dll. Original title: Disgusted
Your kernel32.dll is not missing, if it was, your computer would not even turn on. What exact message do you see? Without telling us what it says, we can't help very well.
The system DLL kernel32.dll was relocated in memory. The application will not run properly. The relocation occurred because the DLL Dynamically Allocated Memory occupied an address range reserved for Windows system DLLs. The vendor supplying the DLL should be contacted for a new DLL.
Here is wht it said The system DLL kernel32.dll was relocated in memory. The application will not run properly. The relocation occurred because the DLL Dynamically Allocated Memory occupied an address range reserved for Windows system DLLs. The vendor supplying the DLL should be contacted for a new DLL.
"the procedure entry point sunMapLS_IP_EBP_12 could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.DLL"
"the procedure entry point sunMapLS_IP_EBP_12 could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.DLL" GETTING ABOVE MASSAGE AS I RUN THE PROGRAM 'EIS SPHERA' ON WINDOWS VISTA. KINDLY HELP
"the procedure entry point sunMapLS_IP_EBP_12 could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.DLL" GETTING ABOVE MASSAGE AS I RUN THE PROGRAM 'EIS SPHERA' ON WINDOWS VISTA. KINDLY HELP http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/windows-vista/default.aspx Windows Vista Compatibility Center First thing to do is to check its Vista Compatibility at the above link and if it’s not, see what patches/solutions are available from its Manufacturer.. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/using-windows-vista-compatibility-mode/ If it is not Vista Compatible, read the info at the above link. This works for some Programs, but not all. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927386 “How to troubleshoot program compatibility issues in Windows Vista” at above link. If it is Vista Compatible > uninstall it > Re-download/Save to your Desktop > right-click on its setup.exe Ø Run as Admin. Cheers. Mick Murphy - Microsoft Partner
This means that the program is calling functions not in Kernel32. Is the program designed for Vista? -- .. -- "sagdeo" wrote in message news:c89b17e2-575d-43ea-81a1-4256c70f3653... > "the procedure entry point sunMapLS_IP_EBP_12 could not be located in the > dynamic link library KERNEL32.DLL" > > GETTING ABOVE MASSAGE AS I RUN THE PROGRAM 'EIS SPHERA' ON WINDOWS VISTA. > > KINDLY HELP > > > > > > > > >
Error, "The procedure entry point SUnMapLS_IP-EBP_28 could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll." when installing "Hanes T-Shirt Maker"
Original Title: Entry point not located I am trying to run an old program, Hanes T-Shirt Maker , and keep getting the error, "The procedure entry point SUnMapLS_IP-EBP_28 could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll. I am running Vista 32-bit. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
With some older Programs that compatibility mode will not work, unfortunately. I hope you can find a similar Program that does work in later Operating Systems. Cheers.
Hi, 1. See if this assists you. Right click on its setup.exe > then select Run as Administrator to attempt to install it. 2. Ask the Program Manufacturer if it is Vista Compatible. We can't assist you with that as Microsoft no longer has the Vista Compatibility Center link available. 3. If the Program is not Vista Compatible, install it in the Windows Compatibility Mode "Using Windows 7 or Vista Compatibility Mode" http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/using-windows-vista-compatibility-mode/ Cheers.
Hi Bill, Thanks for your suggestions, but I already tried them. I guess I should have mentioned that. The program is so old that I cannot find any source where I could get help with it, so i think it is hopeless. It's too bad because the program contained some nice t-shirt designs. Thanks anyway. Pat
procedure entry point SetDllDirectoryW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll
I am getting the procedure entry point SetDllDirectoryW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll. This is a fresh install of Windows XP Professional. Every time I try to open the internet it gives me this error. I have also tried to open it with no add ons and still gives me this message. iexplorer.exe - Entry Point Not Found. procedure entry point SetDllDirectoryW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll is the exact error. Any ideas for this.
Please answer all of the following diagnostic questions by number in your very next reply (no need to quote this post): 1. Does the behavior persist if you start IE in No Add-ons mode? => Start | (All) Programs | Accessories | System Tools | Internet Explorer (No add-ons). 2. Does the behavior persist if you open IE (only) to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923737 , run the Fix It and then reboot? 3. What anti-virus application or security suite is installed and is your subscription current? What anti-spyware applications (other than Defender)? What third-party firewall (if any)? 4. Has a(nother) Norton or a McAfee application ever been installed on this machine? 5. Did a Norton free-trial or a McAfee free-trial come preinstalled on the computer when you bought it? (Doesn't matter if you never used or Activated it.) ~Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (IE, Mail, Security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ Disclaimer: MS MVPs neither represent nor work for Microsoft
No. No. No. The system isn't compromised, it is a -fresh- installation. The issue arises the moment the fresh installation is occurred and you try to access IE in order to grab driver updates or the like. This is also related to windows update not working and/or being broken.
I tried to install "Flash Player Plugin" but the error message "The procedure entry point SetDllDirectoryW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll" had pop up. What is the problem actually? Any way to install the "Flash Player Plugin"? For your info, I'm using window 2000 with IE 6. Thanks.
No protection right now. See... Cleaning a Compromised System http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc700813.aspx Follow the instructions in this post of mine in another forum (to-the-letter & in order!) to return your computer to a secure state: http://aumha.net/viewtopic.php?f=62&t=44636 If you need additional assistance with the clean install, please begin a new thread in this forum: http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/xprepair/threads ~Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (IE, Mail, Security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ Disclaimer: MS MVPs neither represent nor work for Microsoft
Hi, If the troubleshooting steps in this thread did not resolve your issue, create a new thread here . This will mitigate confusion caused by more than one posting about similar topics, allowing us to focus on each customer individually. Thanks!
Open your command prompt (CMD) under administrative access (If not by default). Type sfc /scannow You will be prompted to put your windows XP Pro CD into the drive. This should scan for and replace system files that didn't get installed properly with your reinstallation, fixing your issue. Good luck.
1. It gives me the same error if I try to start in No Add-Ons mode. 2. I can't get to the Internet so I can't run the Fix it 3. No protection right now. This is a fresh copy of Windows XP. 4. Yes it did have Norton on at one time but it has had a rebuilt since then. 5. No it did have and bunch of pop ups and said there was a virus on the computer and needed to run a scan. this is a clients computer so i'm not sure what he did. I did go to regedit in safemode and removed the files for the pop up virus protection.
Internet Explorer AppCrash error, fault module kernel32.dll
I am encountering problems with a web application that appears to be sporadically crashing for some users. The program gathers and formats a moderate amount of data from an internal source. It works fine most of the time, but occasionally when the user comes back to the page or tries to open up a new IE tab or window after running it, they receive the following error message and all IE windows shut down. I've tried having the users run without add-ons and the problem is still occurring. Any assistance or guidance would be helpful. Thanks, Curtis
Hi Curtis, Here are some steps you can try to help resolve your issue: STEP 1 : To help determine Let me know how this works and if you have any questions, Steve <> Microsoft Partner
What anti-virus application or security suite is installed and is your subscription current? What anti-spyware applications (other than Defender)? What third-party firewall (if any)? Has a(nother) Norton or McAfee application ever been installed on this machine (e.g., a free-trial version that came preinstalled when you bought it)? ~Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (IE, Mail, Security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ Disclaimer: MS MVPs neither represent nor work for Microsoft
PA Bear makes a good point in this blurb.. namely you can have issues if you are running multiple malware software simultaneously and so letting us know what you are running would help to diagnose if this is your issue. This is especially true if you are using more than one type of anti-virus software that services the same type of malware. For instance, running Spybot and Ad-aware would be a recipe for potential problems such as you are facing as they both are primarily used for spyware. So let us know. In the meantime, the slew of troubleshooting steps I offered above has a good chance of if not resolving outright, getting us a lot closer to resolving your issue. So let us know what happens when you work through those steps. Thanks, Steve <> Microsoft Partner
"The procedure entry point DecodePointer could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll
ORIGINAL TITLE : How do I fix this please? I have an old version of Windows XP (Home edition) Version 5.1. In trying to update it with service packs, etc, I keep getting the below pop up box message. How do I fix the problem? "The procedure entry point DecodePointer could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll Thank you for your help. From other post: Getting an error "iexplore.exe - Entry point not found in dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll" while trying to use internet explorer. In Firefox, I have Automatic updates checked, but for some reason I'm not getting them. I need all the service packs for Microsoft. When I try to use Internet Explorer to log on to the internet, I get a message that says "iexplore.exe - Entry point not found in dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll" How can I fix this? I've been getting a lot of error messages related to the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll. Also, for some unknown reason, I lost my Microsoft software - Word, Excel, etc. I
Please answer each of the following diagnostic questions in a correspondingly-numbered list in your very next reply (no need to quote this post): 1. What is the full name @tom >
Yes to all above I just install a new hard drive on my wife laptop and restored the laptop with Acer Aspire 1660 recovery disk. The laptop is quite old and I'm guessing the recovery disk can be a lot older. I tryed to get updates at Microsoft web site and learned about the support issue. It seems I can't update or download without this KERNEL 32.dll. because the first thing Microsoft web site tryed to do was update Explorer witch I got the same err. Then I thought I should install some antvirus before I go wondering on the internet trying to find out how to fix the problem annd got the same err message. Is there an yway I can get this laptop up and running? or am I just screwed and wasted all my time. I don't even know if SP2 is even installed now that I think about it. I really appreciate it if you could point me in the right direction on how I could get this laptop to work. We just don't the funds to go out and buy a new computer every time something new out.
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/help/learn-how-to-install-windows-xp-service-pack-3-sp3 Tom Ferguson
@RickNeugebauer & anyone else with a similar problem: To avoid confusion & duplication of effort, please begin your own, new thread in the appropriate forum. State your current IE version and full Windows version (e.g., WinXP SP3; WinXP 64-bit SP2; Vista 32-bit SP1; Vista 64-bit SP2; Win7 32-bit; Win7 32-bit SP1; Win7 64-bit; Win7 64-bit SP1) in your first post. Thank you. See... • HOW TO begin your own, new thread about your computer & your problem http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/Page/faq#faqGettingAnswers5 • Suggestions for asking a question in help forums http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555375
Application Service is crashed because of faulting module KERNEL32.dll detected
Windows Version: Windows 2008 Ent (32bit) Recently, Our application service was Random crashed. And the application service even not working for restart service. Only solution is reboot the windows O/S. For check out, We find below Error in system Event log when and before application service terminated . Anyone have idea for how to resolve this problem? >> In System Event Log: 9/26/2018 10:21:33 AM -- A timeout (60000 milliseconds) was reached while waiting for a transaction response from the JARS.Auto.WindowsService.Scheduler.WF service. 9/26/2018 10:26:34 AM -- A timeout (60000 milliseconds) was reached while waiting for a transaction response from the JARS.Auto.WindowsService.Scheduler.WF service. 9/26/2018 10:31:34 AM -- A timeout (60000 milliseconds) was reached while waiting for a transaction response from the JARS.Auto.WindowsService.Scheduler.WF service. 9/26/2018 10:31:44 AM -- The JARS.Auto.WindowsService.Scheduler.WF service terminated unexpectedly. It has done this 1 tim
They should be able to help you there. Cheers.
Bill. Thanks your advice. I have submit the quesion to TechNet
Your question is beyond the scope of these Forums This Community is mainly for home users and their computer problems, not business systems. Kindly post your question in the TechNet Server Forums. http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/home?category=windowsserver TechNet Forums: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/home MSDN Forums: https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/home Cheers.
could not be located in the dynamic link library kernel32.dll'?
the procedure entry point could not be located in_the dynamic link library kernel32.dll' Please help me. What do I have to do?
If you're getting this on Server 2008/Vista or earlier, it's probably because it's not supported: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2809945 For anything from Office 365 or Office 2013, you need Win 7 or later, no exceptions. Some non-business apps that still rely on the Office 2010 underlying components will still work, but I think all Business apps have been updated to 2013 components. Hope that helps!
The thing about that is (and I agree with you, btw) is that the OP is gone, so the poster from MS usually has no choice but to mark something as the answer, and they tend to assume theirs was the right one. However, in this case, it's obviously not, and this poster meant well, but failed to understand or research the question at all, so we're left with bad advice. If OP came back, he could mark the "answer" as "not the answer" and re-open the thread, so to speak, so actually OP has control over this. The bigger problem is that people open threads, then bounce out after either giving up, or solving the problem themselves, never posting the resolution or marking any actual answer. There has to be a better way to handle it, but as it stands, more of the responsibility lands on the shoulders of the OP than on the MS guy helping, in my opinion.
Hi Zulia, Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community and giving us opportunity to assist you. As per the description, you are receiving the error message saying “The procedure entry point could not be located in the dynamic link library kernel32.dll”. Before we proceed, I need some information to isolate the issue: 1. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310747 Hope this information is helpful. If you need further assistance, please reply and we will be happy to help you.
on my computer I wanted to play a game called Fortnite but when I try to go on it say's could not locate point entry in the dynamic link library kernel32.dll what do I do now
I have tried the above mentioned solutions but I am still receiving the same error when I try to install Microsoft Office 365 on a computer with Microsoft Vista installed. As a side note, I have successfully installed Microsoft Office 365 on another computer with Windows 8 installed.
An amazing "Answer". I have about a dozen ' The procedure entry point _________________ could not be located in the dynamic link library kernel32.dll' type error messages in my notes and NONE of them are "answered" by clean boot, safe mode or sfc /scannow. These kinds of ideas are the "I have no idea what the problem is or how to fix it" suggestions. An "Answer" should mean successfully resolved - except in the MS Answers forums.
error message failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessInformation (KERNEL32.dll)
I am using an XP S3 operating system and I get the following error message: Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessorInformation (KERNEL32.dll) after I uninstall Skype and try to install the latest version of Skype and the Skype app will no open. How do I resolve this issue?
I am using an XP SP2 operating system and I get the following error message: Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessorInformation (KERNEL32.dll) after I uninstall Skype and try to install the latest version of Skype and the Skype app will no open. How do I resolve this issue?
Estoy utilizando sin SP2 Operativo Sistema XP y me Sale el siguiente Mensaje de error: No se Pudo Obtener la Dirección proc párr GetLogicalProcessorInformation (KERNEL32.dll) tras EMPRESAS Desinstalar Skype y trato de Instalar La última version de Skype y la Aplicación de Skype Hara Ninguna abierta . ¿CoMo sí puedo Solucionar Este Problema? De Hola Ian, el usted Tendra Que Instalar el Service Pack 3 Que Se Puede Obtener un partir de here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2497281/en-gb Despues de instalarlo, descargue La última Agente de Windows Update, Vínculo se Cerca de Los pasteles del articulo. lo intentare. gracias
I am using an XP SP2 operating system and I get the following error message: Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessorInformation (KERNEL32.dll) after I uninstall Skype and try to install the latest version of Skype and the Skype app will no open. How do I resolve this issue? Hi Ian, You need to install Service Pack 3 which you can get from here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2497281/en-gb After you install it, download the latest Windows Update Agent, link near the foot of the article.
I am using an XP S3 operating system and I get the following error message: Failed to get proc address for GetLogicalProcessorInformation (KERNEL32.dll) after I uninstall Skype and try to install the latest version of Skype and the Skype app will no open. How do I resolve this issue? Hi Eddie, If you have SP3 installed already which usually resolves this error, then try installing the latest Windows Update Agent: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/949104/en-gb
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I am trying to install a external hard drive and I keep getting an error getusergeoid dynamiclinklibrary kernel32.dll
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Internet Explorer (ver 9) has stopped working. Kernel32.dll error!!! - APPCRASH
Recently I was adding HP OJ 4500 series in Win Vista (SP 2), could not install. I chose a restore point and then my Iexplorer stopped working. Since then many Third Party Application I download thru Fire Fox (which is working gr8) are not able to detect internet connections. Under details I find the following: Problem signature: Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=50163&clcid=0x0409 I have tried at least three registry fixes but no luck. Any solution out there?
Hi SarfarazLimbuwala , Method 1: You may refer to the below links and check if the steps provided in the articles assist you resolve the issue- http://support.microsoft.com/gp/pc_ie_intro Method 2: You may even try resetting the internet explorer settings and check. Refer to the below link for assistance on resetting the internet explorer settings - http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Reset-Internet -Explorer-settings-in-Internet-Explorer-9 Method 3: If issue persists I would suggest you to refer to the below link to repair or reinstall internet explorer 9 then check if the steps provided assist you - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/318378 Hope this helps.
Getting APPCRASH KERNEL32.DLL error while trying launch blackberry desktop software
Description: Stopped working Problem signature: Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: Rim.Desktop.exe Application Version: 184.108.40.206 Application Timestamp: 50ca51de Fault Module Name: KERNEL32.dll Fault Module Version: 6.0.6002.18704 Fault Module Timestamp: 5065ccb6 Exception Code: e0434f4d Exception Offset: 0003fc16 OS Version: 6.0.6002.2.2.0.768.3
hi http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-windows_programs/blackberry-manager-vista-error-messages/f224a642-27c3-43a5-aacf-97f8f4c1ba80 http://www.ehow.com/how_5192304_fix-appcrash-errors-computer.html http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/itprovistaannouncements/thread/35319620-c152-4d80-bfc2-653ff3d8a88b
procedure entry point could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll
Well, it finally happened - a hard drive crash. (Intel 320 series SSD with latest firmware installed - thanks Intel!) The hard drive was restored to functionality with the Intel SSD Toolbox secure erase function. I then tried to recover the system and data on the drive from my Windows Home Server backup (HP Mediasmart WHS v1). Everything went pretty well, but now when I boot up, I get errors from various programs loaded at startup: "The procedure entry point GetCPInfO could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll" I get about 10 of these errors for various programs loaded at startup - TWebCamera.exe, concentr.exe, iTunesHelper.exe, etc... I tried uninstalling/re-installing these programs but many do no uninstall and/or re-install correctly. The system is Windows 7 64 bit. When restoring, I created a partition for the system. From what I read, windows 7 uses a 200mb hidden partition. The backup on WHS had 2 volumes: a "System" volume that was listed as 0.34 GB,
Thanks, I'll give it a try.
The error indicates a version mismatch between various system components/dlls. If the system, in its totality, is installed on the SDD, I would disconnect every other drive, delete everything on the SDD and restore just the boot/system drive from the home server to the now raw SDD. In fact, if I had original install DVD for Windows 7, I would install from that rather than restore from the home server. Then, when all is working, I would reattach any other drives and restore user files from the home server. Applications woould have to be installed anew from souirce files. Just ideas for consideration. Good luck. Tom Ferguson
Cant install skype, saying Fatal Error Kernel32.dll
Original Title: skype... KERNEL32.dl. cant install skype,, saying FATAL ERROR KERNEL32.dl
It would be best if you contacted the Skype support team regarding that matter. They are experts in the field of your inquiry and would be in a better position to address your concern. You may contact them through this link: You can also join the user community here: How can I contact Customer support https://support.skype.com/en/faq/FA1170/how-can-i-contact-skype-customer-service?intcmp=SN-Mods
hey skype new version supports win xp sp3 or above. if you using win xp sp2 try to install skype 5.00 or skype 220.127.116.11.. enjoy
Running older program gives error: "The procedure entry point SUnMapsLS_IP_EBP_8 could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll"
How do i get round this error, to run an older program, without upgrading my system!? The error appears as The procedure entry point SUnMapsLS_IP_EBP_8 could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll.
Hi mothman71, 1) Were there any changes made on the computer prior to this issue? 2) When exactly do you get this error message? 3) Which program are you trying to run as an older program? Refer the link mentioned below and check if it helps Make older programs run in this version of Windows http://windows.microsoft.com/en-CA/windows7/Make-older-programs-run-in-this-version-of-Windows Hope this information is useful.
"the procedure entry point OpenVxDHandle could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll"
"the procedure entry point OpenVxDHandle could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll" My computer was working fine, now I keep getting this message & no matter what I try I can't seem to fix the problem. If anyone knows how to fix this please help?
Hi, 1. When do you get this error message? Is this error occurs when you launch a specific program or randomly? 2. What are the steps that you have tried to fix the issue? 3. Have you installed any recent hardware or software prior to the issue? 4. Are you able to boot the computer to desktop? Method 1: Step 1: Safe mode Boot your computer in safe mode and check for the issue. To start your computer in Safe mode http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/start-your-computer-in-safe-mode Step 2: Clean boot If you do not face the issue in safe mode, then put your computer in clean boot and check for the issue. How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135 Note: Once you are done with clean boot, please follow step 7 in the article to put your computer back to normal startup. Method 2: Perform an SFC scan on your computer. Refer to the following link: How to use the System File Checker tool to trouble
When trying to download 'Fix It' a responce came up stating "decode pointer in dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll cannot be found.
decode pointer When trying to download 'Fix It' a responce came up stating "decode pointer in dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll cannot be found
Forget the FixIt. What's your problem? Please include: Version of Windows, including service pack (right click My Computer > Properties, if not sure) Complete text of any error message(s) without paraphrasing The name of your antivirus application and when its current subscription expires. Also include the names of all other "security" applications installed, including firewalls. What happened to your computer just before the problem started (power fail, lightning strike, malware infection, etc.). Hardware make and model information may also be relevant, depending on what your issue is.
There's no procedure-start-point IntializeCriticalSectionEx in DLL KERNEL32.dll
I'm using a computer which based on Microsoft Windows XP, Professional K, Version 2002, Service Pack3 but it has an issue. It is notifying pop-up including that there's no start-point in NvBackend.exe and it also represents there's no procedure-start-point IntializeCriticalSectionEx in DLL KERNEL32.dll. After I've checked it, I tried to find solution on the internet, they answered a similar case it would be solved after removing files are closely connected with Graphic Card(NVdia) which located in program files below C drive. I tried and removed, but it is still showing. Would you help me? Thank you!
I need Help fixing a Kernel32.dll file in Vista Ultimate!
Hello, Can anyone help me regarding fixing a Kernel32.dll file in Vista Ultimate? Is their any free fix applications or someone may have a better method. I dont trust the software companys that state they have a fix it.
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Entry Point not located/Kernel32.dll
Mt desktop w/XP won't let me install anything...even the programs/security/fix it stuff. I've found a drivers download but it gives me the above message. I'm a PhD person...push here dummy...so help please
I need Help with fixing a Kernel32.dll file in Vista Ultimate!
What program, what was the exact error message? If it was a legitimate company they would be the best to help solve the issue. Rob - Supporting Member, Cascade Bicycle Club P.O. Box 15165 Seattle, WA. 98115-0165 206-522-3222 and 24 hr hotline 206-522-BIKE http://www.cascade.org
Here is some generic info : http://pcsupport.about.com/od/findbyerrormessage/a/kernel32dll.htm Rob - Supporting Member, Cascade Bicycle Club P.O. Box 15165 Seattle, WA. 98115-0165 206-522-3222 and 24 hr hotline 206-522-BIKE http://www.cascade.org
kernel32.dll -error message I keep receiving
kernel32.dll UNICODE; 32bit; v.1.700; Win:6.0.6002.2 (Service Pack 2); IE:9.0.8112.16421 I've been receiving the above error messages, it keeps popping up on my screen and t his error messages interferes with my use of my laptop, it also makes it very difficult to do any work on my laptop and I can't log into to my email account and , I thought by buying Regiservo this would stop this problem but it seems in vain, I am very frustrated about this, please could you help me. Jacquie
What is " Regiservo?" Did you mean RegServ ? Chances are you're seeing the effects of an ongoing hijackware infection!
Hello Jacquie I posted exactly the same question on 18 April 2013 having received exactly the same message and the same Unicode details. Just in case you haven't seen the reply (copied below) I got from Kevin D Souza, Support Engineer, which suggests a different issue/solution! ************************************ Hi Paul , First let’s run Internet Explorer in no add-ons mode to check if this issue appears. a. Click Start and then click on Run . b. In the Run prompt, type iexplore –extoff and press enter to open Internet Explorer in no add-ons mode. If the error doesn’t show up in no add-ons mode, then it has to be a third party add-on or a toolbar on Internet Explorer that’s causing the issue. I would suggest you to disable the add-on and uninstall the toolbar. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows7/how-to-manage-add-ons-in-internet-explorer-9 http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows-vista/uninstall-or-change-a-program Note: The steps mentioned in the above links are applicable
Getting APPCRASH KERNEL32.DLL error while trying to play Call of Duty Black Ops 2
Original title: APPCRASH !! KERNEL32.DLL I am getting APPCRASH !! Fault Module KERNEL32.DLL error while trying to play Call of Duty Black Ops 2 in my Windows 8 PC. I quite sure that the problem is not with my game or my gpu driver ... Please provide me some solution.. Problem signature: Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Additional Information 4: 6331794b6c60776c08b797e9d5a5fd93
Hi SkyWalker, Thanks for posting in Microsoft Communities. From the problem description I understand that you are not able to play Call of Duty Black Ops 2. Provide the following information: · Have you made any changes on the computer prior to the issue? · ‘Restart. Thanks.
@ AlexCovic - You must either be a child or idiot, I'm not really sure which or both. I buy my software & Games, and your implication to the contrary is offensive. Only a total IDIOT would post on here for help about a, how did you put it? "cooked/pre-installed, cracked, illegal version of the game"...
Thanks for your reply Debbie. I have since gone back to Windows-7, giving up on all the compatibility issues with Windows-8. For some reason, even attempting to run under "Compatibility Mode" under Windows-8 Pro seems to either not be working, or there are just too many defference in the two OS's.
You are trying to run a cooked/pre-installed, cracked, illegal version of the game on a PC on which it was not orignially installed. The Game executable throws an exception, because it does not recognize the different environment it is running on. ... and some Microsoft Community Members & Mods are trying to help you out by giving you "0 helpful" advice (as it says, next to their answers). Solution: buy a legal copy of the game, install and run it instead. It won't throw this kind of error code at you. Was THIS answer helpful? You should be glad Activision has not enough lawyers to hunt down everyone. Haha ...
Hi SkyWalker, In addition to Sandeep's post, it's possible there may be a corrupt system file. Let's also try doing an SFC/Scannow: 1. Type cmd on the Start screen. 2. Right-click on it and select Run as administrator. 3. Type the following command and press Enter: sfc /scannow Hope this helps!
I do appreciate the help, but I have since given up on Windows-8 Pro and gone back to Windows-7 Ultimate.
I need help fixing a Kernel32.dll in windows XP
my computer would not boot up, so I had to reinstall the OS..I have windows XP...it asked me if I wanted to partition the data ..I had 39k in data so I did, I looked it up on another computer and said it would be best to do so, so I did... it wiped out everything!!! Now when I try to load my printer it gives me an error message like this: "The procedure entry point Kernel32.dll Decode Pointer could not be located in the dynamic directory." Kernel32.dll is still in the system32 folder...What can I do to get windows to recognize the file..? Thanks Jeanette
Unable to run the file that was downloaded, receiving error: kernel32.dll cannot be located in dynamic link library.
Original Title: my computor will not down load anything.it keeps telling me that my KERNEL32-dll. can't be located in my dynamic link library.how do i fix this? every time i try to down load anything once i try to save and run it starts to and just before it is done it stops and flashes the window about the KERNEL32-dll. file . i also get,the procedure entry point set OLLdirectory could not be located in the dynamic library.
Hi, 1. Which is the browser you use? 2. Does this happen with all downloads or with any particular download? I would suggest you to follow these methods and check if they help. Method 1: Perform clean boot and check. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310353 NOTE: After you check the functionality, follow the suggestions under steps to configure Windows to use a Normal startup state. Method 2: Run the System File Checker tool (SFC.exe) and check with the issue. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310747 Method 3: Check the functionality in another user account. If you do not have other user account to check, you can create new user account using the link mentioned below. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/279783 If you want you can copy all the data and settings from this old user account to new user account using link mentioned below. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/811151 Hope this helps!
Explorer Has Caused An Error In Kernel32.dll
Okay... I recently had installed Vista Ultimate Upgrade over an existing factory install of Home Premium. I don't know if this issue occured prior to the upgrade or not, as I dual boot Vista and XP. Understably, I tend to use XP ninety percent of the time. Anyway, if I explore folders using Windows File Explorer or Powerdesk I keep getting "Explorer Has Caused An Error In Kernel32.dll" on right click of ANY files. I also get an error when choosing the "Device Manger" shortcut from the system window. But, I can open Device Manager from the Control Panel list. I've researched to my heart's content. I can't for the life of me get any resolve to this issue. HELP!!! Please. If any more info is required I will comply. Thank you. Faulting application explorer.exe, version 6.0.6001.18164, time stamp 0x4907e242, faulting module kernel32.dll, version 6.0.6001.18000, time stamp 0x4791a76d, exception code 0xc0000005, fault offset 0x00048f47, process id 0x1168, application start time 0x01
If you are talking about running the System File Checker in Vista, then you do not need any DVD/CD to launch it, you launch it from an Elevated Command Prompt. See the article for further help. How to repair the operating system and how to restore the operating system configuration to an earlier point in time in Windows Vista http://support.microsoft.com/kb/936212
Question? Please help me understand! When I place the disk in the drive the install dialog box appears. At that point do I use the option: "pressing winkey + R and type SFC / SCANNOW" I have tried the "scannow" option from the C:\ with no luck!
might be some system files problem try this : click on run in start menu, if you dont have run there.. try pressing winkey + R and type SFC / SCANNOW ( you will have to insert your windows cd/dvd in the drive) Microsoft Most Valuable Professional
Marcel, OK, I know it's late now, but someone else might find this during web searching .... The command is "sfc /scannow" - i.e.don't put any space between "/" and "scannow"! The command is "sfc", not "scannow", which is an option to sfc.
This will describe how to use the System File checker tool and System Restore. How to repair the operating system and how to restore the operating system configuration to an earlier point in time in Windows Vista http://support.microsoft.com/kb/936212 This might help you sort out your right-click problem. ShellExView v1.18 - Shell Extensions Manager http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/shexview.html Have you checked your machine thoroughly for malware infection? As well as using a good Anti Virus program I see lots of recommendations for programs like - SuperAntispyware http://superantispyware.com/ Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php
Thanks to BOTH of you guys. Shantanu, you were closest. I found Norton 360 was the offender. I uninstalled the entire software and went to McAfee Internet Security Suite. I no longer have any issues. What a bummer. I did like Norton 360's interface, usability and smaller footprint. Oh well... It's not a perfect world. Thanks again gentlemen.
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Any error on your computer can be caused by hardware fails, software issues or viruses. Sometimes they may affect how an application runs or they may even cause Windows to crash. Observing an error when they occur may be easy but fixing them can be tough and might also take up a lot of your time.
Many users have also noticed their personal data, media files and other programs on the computer getting corrupted or being deleted. They often see messages over some missing Windows files and this is the kind of issue that one client had seen on his computer. He too had come across this error about a kernel32 file that was missing or corrupted. On his computer it had unfolded like this where he had started to use Windows 7 after it had been recently updated.
Then this BSOD would appear randomly that had said that Windows had failed to restart and to insert the Windows disc immediately. He could not fix this one using any of the tools on Windows and they had failed during all attempts. This is when he had decided to use this kernel32.dll repair software that had detected some corrupted files. The resolution had also been a very simple process afterwards as all he had to do was to get a Vista kernel32 dll download.
This is a copy of the file that was used to replace the broken one and is faster way to fix corrupted files. You too can do this if anything on your Windows system had been damaged in the same way. Use this tool to resolve a number of other issues on your computer or laptop at home or at work, if you don't want to spend too much time on it or need to access important data on it.
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Holders of Windows Vista system are getting nonstop error problem from the kernel32.dll file. The exe file must have got damaged in the system, hence this is happening. They are constantly getting error message, saying kernel32 is missing in Vista OS. This message is appearing after every boot up in a popping up message box.
Windows Vista users are getting boot error: status: 0xc000000f - kernel32.dll is missing or corrupt. They seem to have encountered a problem that a number of people have come across. It started, when they were away from the computer and hit the lock this computer option, while they were away, as they often do. When they came back a couple hours later, then they logged back in and tried to open Firefox. Nothing happened, they hit ctrl+alt+del and it didn't come up. They waited and about thirty seconds later the screen came up with all the options (lock this computer, start Task Manager, etc.) and they opened Task Manager to see if Firefox was running and it wasn't. They closed Task Manager and went to restart the computer from the Start menu but they couldn't. When they got home the next afternoon, then they turned on the computer and a black screen came up, saying that the file \Windows\system32\kernel32.dll was missing or corrupt with the status 0xc000000f. It told them to repair from the disk, so they went into BIOS and set the first boot to the CD drive and put in the disk. But the problem still persists.
Donald Smith with Windows 10 is receiving error message, saying kernel32.dll is missing. After a Windows 10 update, he has been shut out of his X51 Alienware desktop. The computer continues to restart after a short attempt to restore an older version of Windows. All attempts to restore Windows via the usage of CD and USB have met with failure, showing that kernel32.dll is missing. An internal check showed no damage or missing components, and a start-up check showed no errors either. He is searching for a solution to resolve this issue. He should repair the kernel32.dll file, which is very easy to do by the application of a file fixing tool.
When you get nonstop error message, saying kernel32 is missing in Windows Vista system, then you don't have to get tensed about this message, because there is kernel32.dll repair tool to fix this issue. This efficient tool will stop the message from appearing and repair the kernel32 file effectively. You will never have to call technician for this issue.
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kernel32.dll is a genuine file process developed by Microsoft Corporation. It belongs to Windows Boot Manager. You can locate the file in C:\Windows\System32. Sometimes you can see kernel32.dll as a virus and this virus is created by malware authors and is named after kernel32.dll file. If your system is affected by kernel32.dll virus or malware, you will notice one or several of the symptoms. Below we have been sharing some of the symptoms.
According to a friend of mine, who has Windows 7 64 bits OS and is getting Boot error: status 0xc000000f - File: \Windows\system32\kernel32.dll. After the error screen, when he presses enter, it takes him to another screen that asks what OS he would like to boot and it shows Windows Vista. There has to be something he can do to fix this.
The nest problem was on Windows 10 operating system. The user was getting error code: 0xc000000e after trying to boot from Windows 10 recovery USB. But somehow, Windows 10 disappeared from his Asus X551M laptop, which is running Windows 10 OS, and he met error code: 0xc0000185, so he made a recovery USB from his desktop, and also running Windows 10. The boot went fine, until he met with a blue screen that says, PC needs to be repaired. The application or operating system couldn't be loaded because a required file is missing or contains errors. And this file is File: \Windows\system32\kernel32.dll and error code: 0xc000000e and suggest him to use recovery tools.
When you are getting kernel32.dll virus related issues in your Windows operating system, then you may think to buy a new PC or call a PC technician to avoid the hassle. But you do not need to do anything; you just have to repair the kernel32.dll file by a repairing tool. So download kernel32.dll file repair tool to get a virus free and also smooth working PC.
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Many clients have sent us mail stating problem about installing Windows 10 on virtualbox, every time kernel32 dll error notification occurs and installation showing failed. Some customers have often reported us that when trying to start playing games on computers, the computer failed to start showing error message. A recent hardware or software change might have been the cause.
Every day we are receiving huge mails from customers all around the world stating problems about kernel32 file. PC users enquire whether there is any way to get fix the problems. Please suggest a suitable solution to repair kernel32 dll error while installing Windows 10 on virtual box.
We will always advice customers to choose a good kernel32 repair tool and get it installed on PC rather deciding to fix the problems manually by running error repair tools, downloaded from some third party website.
After reinstalling boot manager when trying to boot up the system, it failed to boot up showing error notification. kernel32.dll is missing or corrupt - Windows Recover CD does not boot, a client from Utah said that he is facing problem to boot up his system. As a result he cannot work properly on his computer. He said that all his office work got pending. To repair he said that he went for fixing the problem manually by running error fixing tool, but that was of no help. He asked us how to fix it.
Another PC user from Montreal city says that whenever he is trying to install 7 Enterprise kernel32 dll error notification pops-up with error code0xc000035a. To fix such problem he said that he had run sfc scan, but still the problem was not fixed, please help.
A regular Asus Laptop user from Indonesia said that while trying to install Windows 7 on his Windows Vista machine, the installation crashes with error 0XC0000001 followed by a message. kernel32 dll\Windows\system32 could not be loaded because the file is either missing or corrupt. Running repair tool downloaded from free error repair tool website lead to different other issues.
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kernel32.dll is an important system file. But sometimes there can be seen kernel32 as Trojan in Windows boot loader. It can happen, if this kernel32.dll file gets corrupted in the system. The kernel32.dll application is a loader for your OS start-up; it helps launch Windows modules, components and device drivers. So if that file gets corrupted in the system, then the users think to buy a new PC or call a computer technician to avoid the hassle. But there is no point to do all those things, because there is kernel32.dll file repair software, which can remove all the problems from the system.
One PC user reported about Windows 7 loading problem. The computer he had, with Windows 7 OS installed. It began showing the file: \windows\system32\kernel32 dll missing error from the beginning when he had made the installation of the OS in the system. Even when he had reinstalled the PC, the same start up error kept popping up at the time of this file download. Such errors require the expert handling of a dedicated PC tool.
Another problem was on Windows 10 system. The user got 0xc000000e Error and System32/kernel32.dll was not working. When he was trying to turn on his PC, he got this error message. He has already run a lot of Virus Scanners and SFC scan and Tweaking the repair program, but did not get any result, the problem still persists.
When you see kernel32.dll as Trojan in Windows boot loader, then you may think how to remove that Trojan. But we can tell you, that the repairing method is damn easy. You just have to download a kernel32 dll error fixer tool to terminate all kinds of errors from the system. This tool is very easy to use and you do not have to be a computer expert to use that tool in the system.
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When the Anti-Malware Malwarebytes is unable to remove Trojan from kernel32, then you may think to buy a new PC or call a PC technician to avoid the hassle effortlessly. But we can say there is no need to do all those things. Only by repairing this kernel32.dll file, which is responsible for this problem, you can be able to eliminate all problems from the system.
Henri Wolfe from Ontario is getting this error message, saying Windows failed to start- kernel32.dll corrupt or missing (0xc000000f). His laptop is unexpectedly shut down after refusing to connect to an internet network, and upon reloading; it displayed the message on a black, grey screen - Windows failed to start: Windows Boot Manager- File: \windows\systems32\windoad.exe, Status: 0xc000000f and Info: The selected entry could not be loaded because the application is missing or corrupt. It then goes on to tell him to run repair through the installation discs, which he does not have. His laptop is a Lenovo G550, Model name: 2958 and runs Windows 7. This system also has its own recovery button attached to it, but when he runs that it freezes half way.
Sumenta Paul Prendergast from California is getting file: \Windows\system32\kernel32 dll error with code: 0xc000000e. She is not being able to use her Windows 10 operating system. Every time, she tries to start her PC, gets a blue screen with this message - file: \Windows\system32\kernel32 dll error with code: 0xc000000e. So she posted to us and demanded help from us.
So to resolve all those issues, every PC users should download kernel32 dll fixing software. This tool is efficient enough to remove Trojan from kernel32 file without any Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. This tool can work for all the PC and laptop, which are running on Windows operating system. So go for this affordable tool, without thinking about anything.
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You can get toskrnl exe and kernel32 dll file problems in your computer if the file is damaged. The exe file belongs from system sub folder and it has to be repaired as soon as possible. If the file is damaged or there are other issues, you should download software.
Toshiba Satellite A130 / A135 series laptop that was running on Windows Vista Home Basic 32 bits operating system had started to show issues. Windows failed to start with Status 0xc000000f. At start up the message was, 'A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. To fix the problem insert your Windows installation disc and restart your computer'. If you do not have this disc, contact your system administrator or computer manufacturer for assistance. The selected entry could not be loaded because the application is missing or corrupt.
Asus G73S laptop had errors; this was upgraded from Windows 7 to the Windows 10 OS. Windows 10 Tech Preview gave error code 0x0000605. To boot PC error message occurred saying 'Your PC / device needs to be repaired. A component of the operating system has expired. File \ WINDOWS \ system32 \ kernel32.dll. Error code 0x0000605. You will need to use recovery tools. If you don't have any installation media contact your PC administrator or manufacturer. Press Enter to try again. Press F8 for start up settings.' All problems had started to appear after installing updates for nVidia GeForce GTX 460M graphics card updates.
For these two errors that are stated above in this article on toskrnl exe and kernel32 .exe download and install software. For Windows 7 and Windows Vista Home Basic operating system, download kernel32 .exe fix tool. It can help to optimize the PC and to increase PC performance to best.
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After installing Windows 7 updates on Toshiba, at startup kernel32.dll problem occurred. This issue was reported by an end user from North California. He said that he is not able to run any programs on his computer. It is not only Toshiba laptop user from North California but there are many users who have reported us via mails about problems that occur on PC due to kernel32 file.
In our reply mail we recommended customers to get an advanced kernel32 dll fixing tool installed on computers. Since the installation was done, clients said to us no more problem with kernel32.dll came back on Toshiba and other operating systems. The solution was really helpful and helped a lot to solve the problems.
So, we will always advice PC users to get a smart kernel32 fix tool installed and see the difference.
A regular Windows 8 desktop user from Montreal city complained that whenever he is turning on his PC from sleep mode after recent Windows updates, the system failed to load Windows. Every time the loading showing failed with error mesas age. File windows/system32/kernel32.dll missing or corrupt. Startup repair could not help to get fix the problem.
While trying to start Windows 8 machine, a customer from Denmark reported about problem regarding recovery error. Your PC need to be repaired. The application or operating system could not be loaded because kernel32.dll file is either missing or contains errors.
Windows 7 desktop user from Hatfield city reported that he is continuously facing problem to boot up his system. Every time he said that when he is attempting to boot up his system, the boot up failed throwing error kernel32.dll is missing or corrupt. Again while trying to play any games on his system he even reported the games crashed at launch showing appcrash kernel32 error.
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Most of the issues you have to face on a daily basis are triggered either by a registry related error, corrupt files, hardware failure or a combination of all the three factors. One type of the fault, which we shall discuss in this article, remains specifically related to system32 kernel32.dll Vista. Exactly where does this sort of an error originate, this is indeed a really tough thing to uncover and the real point of worry is that most computer technicians are not even aware as where to start from. So, without worrying a great deal, all you are supposed to do is to opt for a paid version of the kernel32.dll repair software. A singular click is all you need to make so as to put to rest the same.
With the limited amount of technical knowledge and understanding, there can be no way that you shall be able to address the fault explicitly related to dual boot of XP and 7 kernel32.dll problem. Owing to this particular type of the fault, you may find that the computer can work in no way and it keeps experiencing occasional crashes as well. When this type of the problem occurs, you shall have no other option, but to simply shut down your machine altogether. There appears to be a particular error with some OS loader and after booting from XP, one can see a BOOT folder missing from Windows 7 even after selecting 'show hidden files' and un-checking the 'hide all system files' option. The fault code and the Locale ID are - 0xc000000f and 1033 respectively. The fault information says something like - 'The selected entry couldn't be loaded because the application is missing or corrupt'.
Corrupted version of system32 kernel32.dll File in Vista could make it extremely difficult for you to carry out even an elementary operation.
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There are different types of error messages which are found appearing on the system. The most important among them is the executable file and the dynamic link library files. These files play an important role as they are the main source of information and codes. These information and codes are required for the Windows applications to perform better. But if any of the codes or information gets corrupted or missing the applications will have a huge problem to perform their respective functions. The system32 kernel32 dll error repair tool is required which can be applied on your system. The kernel32 dll fix tool is the best tool ever which can be used for fixing the issues.
File: \Windows\system32\kernel32 dll error code: 0xc000000e is another error message which was posted on the forum. The clients who have posted them were looking forward to get a proper solution. It does not matter whether it is Windows 7 or Windows 10 as these issues may appear at any point of time. It is very important to detect the main cause of the errors otherwise it is difficult to find out the solution. The sooner you can solve the issues the better it will be for the system.
The \windows\system32\kernel32.dll and the status: 0xc0000225 is another error message which is posted on the system. The kernel32.dll files are required for the execution of certain functions. Before looking out for the solution it is important to find out the cause of the errors. If you get to know the underlying causes then it will be easier for you to get the solution for the errors.
If you are looking out for the best system32 kernel32 dll error repair tool, then it is better to opt for the kernel32.dll file fixer tool. These are the best tool which can be applied on your system.
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As and when there is a faulty download on kernel32.dllfile on Windows 8.1you are in for a trouble. You will not be able to get rid of the trouble with the help of the online tools of rectification that are found free of cost. Nor will the tried and tested methods of rectification help you. Only specialized kernel32.dll troubleshooting tools will make the difference.
For instance, after you have upgraded from a lower version of Windows to Windows 8.1 you might not able to boot the system. As soon as you try to boot it, it will return an error message that says there has been a kernel32.dll application error. Also, another error message comes up at the start up that says, an error 0xc00000094 has occurred at the location 0x0f24566. Now this is something that you will not be able to solve with the online, open source tools that you find quite often. You will be able to solve it only and only with the help of the qualified kernel32.dll trouble shooting tools. Again, this is the result of a faulty downloadof the spoolsvexe file on Windows 8.1.The best way in which you can solve this issue is with the help of the specialized kernel32.dll trouble shooting tool.
Sometimes, when you attempt to run the printer, it will return an error message that says the printer spooler service has stopped running as a critical component is either missing or not found or it has a bad command or file name. Now this is something that happens particularly you have upgraded from lower version of Windows to an upper one and this is the result of a faulty or improper download of the .exe file. You might be able to solve it with the online tools of rectification, but they will only be temporary solutions.
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When you use Windows 7 a malfunctioningkernel32.dllfile might put you in a tight spot by causing problems. It is not that if you use other versions of Windows you will not face these problems. Any version of Windows can fall victim to a missing or malfunctioning kernel32.dll file and that is not unusual. All that makes a difference is the way you tackle the situation. Let us look into some of the issues that you might face on various versions of Windows and the way they need to be tackled.
For instance, if you have Windows 8.1 you might find that whenever you try to run the printer, it will not run and will return an error message that says the Spool subsystem service is not running on this version of Windows, and this happens when the spool service is unable to access hard drive due to a missing or a corrupt kernel32.dll file. You might solve the issue with the help of the online tools of rectification that you find free of cost, or you might be able to have the problem rectified with the help of the troubleshooting steps. However, these tools and steps will only provide temporary solutions.
Then again, in case you have Windows 7 on board your system, you might find that the sprinter spooler shuts down each time you try to run the printer. This is a typical Windows 7 kernel32.dll file malfunction and this cannot be solved with the help of the online tools of rectification.
Then again, after you have upgraded from a lower version of Windows to Windows 8.1, you might find that you are not able to run the printer, as whenever you try so, you get an error message that says the printer cannot run as the printer spooler is either missing or not found.
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When it comes to taking on a memory error caused by the spoolsv .exefile the online tools of rectification will not pay off in most of the cases. Even the tried and tested error rectification methods also fail to solve the error, unless and until it is simple and elementary. Only a quality and dedicated spoolsv exe file error fixing tool that is the product of a proper software development company will come into play in these cases. These tools are specifically developed to take on issues that are caused by a malfunctioning or missing spoolsv exe file.
For instance, whenever some users attempt to run windows, they find that the Windows cannot be run as the system has detected a spooler subsystem APP program in the location, when it tried to access the internet. This happens as and when the spoolsv exe file has a memory error and this can be solved with the help of a quality kernel32.dll file corrector tool
Then again, the ones with Windows 7 64 bits would find that they are not able to run Windows, as it will run excruciatingly slow, and will return an error message that says the Windows cannot run as the spooler subsystem app is consuming tool much of CPU memory. This happens as and when there is a faulty download of the file and there are multiple instances of kernel32.dll file running in the Task Manager, with each of the instances consuming a lot of CPU memories.
In some cases, particularly when some have upgraded from Windows XP with SP3 to Windows Vista, they find that they cannot print. The printer will not run and will return a Printer spooler subsystem problem.
In all these, and in some other cases, the best way solving the problems is by using the kernel32 dll error fixing tools.
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The ones with Windows XP might find at times that they are not able to run printers as spoolsv exe memorycould not be read on Windows XP. Now this is something that cannot be solved by the online, generic tools of error fixing. Nor will be the troubleshooting steps that are tried and tested commonly will come in handy. Only a quality and specialized kernel32 dll error rectifier tool will come in handy in these cases. Let us discuss this issue in details along with a few others.
There are times when the ones with Windows XP will find that they are not able to run the printer. Whenever they start printing, it will start all right, but will crash out, returning an error message that says the printer will not run as the spoolsv exe memorycould not be read by Windows XP and the action could not be completed. This is something that happens as and when the spoolsv exe file is either missing or not in synch with the system.
There is no reprieve for the users of other versions of Windows as well.For instance, whenever the ones with Windows 7 try to run the printer, they keep on receiving error message that says the printer will not run as it is not able to recognize the MS Office module. Alongside, they also get an error message that says the Windows has encountered a run time error and the application has requested a runtime. This is something that is caused by a corrupt path of the kernel32.dll file.
At times, the printer will run slow on Office 2010 and will stall, and will return an error message that says the spoolsv exe file does not recognise the new hardware.
All these issues and many more are best solved with the help of the quality kernel32 dll error rectifier tools.
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There are times when some with Windows XP would complain about high CPU memory usage by the spoolsv .exe file. They also complain that they are not able to solve this problem with the help of the online tools of rectification, nor can they solve it with the help of the troubleshooting steps that are so very common and tried a& tested. There are other versions of Windows that face the same fate. Let us look into it.
For instance, there are times when some users would find that whenever they try to run Visual c ++ Runtime Library it will not run and will return an error message that says the spoolsv exe file is not working properly. This happens particularly to those who are working with Windows XP and this cannot be solved with the help of the online tools of rectification. This is the effect of a highCPU memory usage by the spoolsv exe file on Windows XP and this can only be solved with the help of the spool.exe troubleshooting tools that are the products of the best software development companies.
Then again, at times the spooler service will keep on crashing intermittently, after you have installed the Windows Live Essentials Beta. This happens as and when the kernel32.dll file is either missing or not found or has a bad command or file name. Or it might so happen that after you have upgraded from a lower version of Windows to an upper one, you might get an error message that says the spooler service is not designed to run in this version of Windows.
At times, after the Windows have been upgraded, you might find that the printer will start printing and will stop midway, returning an error message, telling that the spoolsv exe file has encountered an unexpected problem and the print job is not complete.
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There are instances when some customers come up to us with complaints that the systems they are working with are unable to create spoolsv exe dump fileas and when the Printer server crashes or when there is any issue with the kernel32.dll file.All said and done this cannot be solved with the help of the online tools of rectification. They need to be taken of and resolved with the help of the quality spoolsv exe error correction tools that are the manufactured by quality and reputed companies from the world of software development. Let us discuss a few of those issues.
There are some cases, when Windows XP users would complain that whenever they try to run the printer, it will return an error message that the printer cannot run as there has been a Print Spooler Service Problem. Alongside, it also comes with an error code 1722. This is something that cannot be solved with the help of the online tools of rectification. It needs to be solved with the help of the quality sppplsv.exe troubleshooting tools that are specially developed to deal with these problems.
Again, we also come in touch with clients who complain that the print spooler will stop whenever they try to print a PDF file, and once it stops it does not restart. This happens as and when the users have upgraded from a lower version of Windows to an upper one. This at times is solved with the help of the online tools of rectification, or with some troubleshooting steps. However, the solutions thus reached at, are only for brief period of time.
In some cases some of our customers would complain that they are not able to run printer on Windows 7. Every time they try so, they get an error message that says the local printer spooler is not working. It also returns an Event ID 7034. This happens when the system is not able to create the dump spoolsv .exe file.
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In some cases, some people with various versions of Windows will find that they are not able to run printers due to the fact that the kernel32 dll file is eating up to much CPU memory. This typical CPU memory leak caused by the kernel32 dll file can be solved with the help of the online tools that are found free of cost, or with the help of the tried and tested troubleshooting steps. However, these solutions are only temporary. Only a quality kernel32 dll error correction tool that is developed to deal with the memory leak by kernel32.dll file will come in handy. Let us look into the issue.
At times, the MS Visual C++ library will return an error message that says there has been a runtime memory loss as the kernel32 dll file is eating up too much CPU memory. This is a typical memory leak issue due to faulty kernel32 dll download regardless of the version of Windows used. This at times can be solved with the help of the online tools of rectification, but they only provide temporary solutions. Hence, the best way in which it can be solved is by using the kernel32 dll error rectifier tools that are developed to deal with these issues.
The customers with Windows XP will complain that they are not able to run the printer as whenever they attempt to do so, it will return an error message that says the printer cannot run as there has been a faulting application kernel32.dll and a faulting module. This happens as and when the kernel32 dll file has developed an expected error due to an external influence like a virus or a malware.
The best way to deal with these issues is by the specialized kernel32 dll file fixing tools that are the products of the best software development companies.
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As and when the kernel32.dll file crashes on Windows 7 or on any other version of Windows, it gives rise to a wide range of issues. In most of the cases, these issues cannot be solved with the help of the online tools of rectification, barring on a few occasions, when the issues are pretty simple. The best way to deal with these problems is by using the specialized kernel32 dll troubleshooting tools that are developed to tackle these glitches.
There are instances when some with Windows 7 would complain that they are not able to upload certain applications. Every time they try to upload them, the system will hang and will return an error message that says the application cannot be loaded as the kernel32.dll file is either missing or not found or is not in synch with the system. This happens when the printer spooler service malfunctions. This can be solved with the help of the qualified kernel32 dll error rectification tools.
Again, sometimesWindows 7, in case of a few customers, will stop and crash out whenever they try to upload any application. Alongside, the system will also return an error message that says the spooler subsystem app has stopped working. This happens as and when the Windows 7kernel32.dll file crashes. This can at times be solved with the help of the online tools of rectification, but they are only temporary solutions.
There are times when the kernel32 dll process runs all along and consumes more than 50 percent of CPU memory, causing the Windows, regardless of the version used, to run slowly. The issue cannot be solved with the help of the online, open source tools or the tried and tested troubleshooting steps.
The best way to solve these problems is by taking on them with the help of the kernel32.dll file error solver tools.
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Receiving error messages are the normal factor to every PC user. If they get any kind of error message in the system, then they get tensed about thinking how to stop that error from coming. Among many error messages, one such common error is - kernel32.efi, the required file is missing. Error can occur if any important file got corrupted in the system. Here, the important file is kernel32.dll, and we will discuss about this file related issues.
One of the friends of mine has been using Windows Vista for over a year, and it's been smooth no problems encountered. But now, his computer started giving error message saying kernel32.dll is missing or corrupt 0x000000e and telling him to backup the C: drive as it detected an error, and to prevent data loss if it failed. He tried to backup the disk with Windows backup, but it failed. Then the computer started having errors during downloading updates from Microsoft. His computer had been freezing a lot, so that he has to force shut down most of the time. Now, it's giving him the kernel32 dll error thing. He encountered this before, and already lost one 500GB SATA drive. When he tries to run BCDEdit in the repair mode form the installation disk, it says that the disk is not ready, and the path cannot be found. He got frustrated, so demanded help from us.
Sidney Frazier from Washington has reported to us that he got kernel32.dll file related error in his system. After installing Windows 7 home premium 64 bits, he gets the following error message - Windows failed to start due to missing or corrupt application file windows/system32/kernel32.dll and error code: 0x000000f. He tried almost every attempt to fix that error, but did not get any fruitful result.
So resolve all those problems and also to stop that error message - required kernel32.efi file is missing, one should download the kernel32 dll error fixer software.
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The message like required kernel32 dll file is missing can pop up on boot in any version of operating system. The exe file is located at the system sub folder and it has to be fixed as soon as possible. The exe file runs behind lots of apps and it helps to load drivers on boot. If the file kernel32 is missing or required file is damaged, user should download a fixer tool. Install the kernel32 .exe fix tool in the PC for errors and it had fixed the problems that are stated below.
In Windows 8 is missing kernel32.dll and won't start up, the HP laptop took almost 10 minutes to start up. Automatic start up repair did not work. The error message was 'A required device isn't connected or can't be accessed. Error Code 0xc0000185'. In safe mode too the error message appeared. The PC started to run very slow and it kept on giving the error message. It was 'Your PC needs to be repaired. The digital signature for this file couldn't be verified. Error 0xc0000428. You will need to use the recovery tools on your installation media, if you don't have any installation media (like disk or USB device), contact your system administrator or PC manufacturer. In safe mode the message did not appear.'
PC was frozen on recovery screen; this was running on Windows 8 32 bits operating system. The error message was 'Your PC needs to be repaired. The digital signature for this file couldn't be verified. Error 0xc0000428. You will need to use the recovery tools on your installation media, if you don't have any installation media (like disk or USB device), contact your system administrator or PC manufacturer. In safe mode the message did not appear.'
There are some Windows files that are required to perform certain functions on a computer. These functions include loading the Windows desktop. The desktop is the user interface of Windows. It is where people can see the program shortcut icons etc. These files help to load these settings and icons.These files are called executable files and have .exe extensions. kernel32 is one of the files. The file is located in the Windows registry. The problem is that, the registry often gets attacked by malware. This leads to corruption of the kernel32 muifile. Errors start happening. But the question is how to repair these kernel32.dll.muierrors?
Well many solutions suggest formatting the PC. Some even involve reinstalling Windows or buying a newhardware. But all these steps are expensive. And they involve removing all files from the computer. So isn't there any way to save the files and still fix the issue? Yes, there is. It is to remove the damaged file and the threat. A kernel32 malware removal tool can help with that. Then it is necessary to download and install a new copy of the file. A kernel32 dll fixing tool can be used for that.
An example can explain this better. Sometimes, after the installation of Windows updates it is required to restart the PC. But if kernel32 dll mui is infected, Windows will fail to restart. After that it is not uncommon to run the Recovery Console. It helps to recover Windows. But it might be seen that Recovery Console is failing to work.Then the next thing to do is insert the Windows 7 installation CD and run the Recovery Console from there. But it might be seen that even then Windows 7 Recovery Console start up repair is not working. An error message pops up. It states that kernel32.dll is missing or corruptwith exception code0xc000000e. Windows is failing to use the kernel32 file. That is causing the error. The solution lies in removing the threat and replacing the file. That will repair the kernel32 .exe .mui error.
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Windows XP has been in use for too long. Many of you still run it on your PCs. But Microsoft no longer supports Windows XP. That creates major problems for you when you get errors. Let's face it, there is a reason you are still using Windows XP. You might have saved files like music, movies and other programs on your Windows. You don't have any backup and can't create new ones. Thus you can't change your OS or your device. So what do you do when you get errors?
Take for example issues with the kernel32 file in your laptop. Sometimes, on starting Windows you might see that it is failing to boot. You see that you get an error message in Windows XP on boot up. The message states that Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. You get the error even if you haven't made any such changes. In the error details you also see the file name kernel32 with .exe extension and the error status 0xc0000001. Windows informs you that the file was not loaded as it is missing or damaged. You try and locate the file in the system32 folder after starting Windows in safe mode.You see that instead of Windows system32 kernel32, there is the file '$Windows.~BT Windows\ system32 \ kernel32'.
You might be wondering how to repair kernel32.dll in Windows XP. Well kernel32 with .exe extension is the executable driver file for Windows. It helps to start or load Windows in a PC. But the file has been infected in your laptop. It has been replaced by an infected copy. You need to get rid of the threat. But that doesn't mean that you have to change the hardware or Windows. You can remove the threat along with the infected file using a kernel32 virus removal tool. Then you can download and reinstall a new copy of the file using a kernel32 dll error repair tool. That will repair all kernel32 .exe issues in Windows XP.
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A system malfunction is another form of computing errors that can stop your computer from working properly. All information about these unexpected conditions will be displayed by Windows through an error message that can be used for troubleshooting them as well.
This can easily be done by those people who know a lot about computers while others do have the option of contacting support services. Some of them prefer to use those alternatives that they can use easily and can give them the same results too. If you would like to explore this as well, then go online and look for this kernel32 dll error repair tool.
It helps you to solve most issues that you find on Windows and had been used by this client who had to repair the kernel32.dll on Windows 7. He had found one issues with the kernel32 dll error code: 0xc0000001 that had started a few days ago after he had reset the computer back to its factory settings.
This process went through normally right till he had tried to load the Comodo antivirus in place of the Norton one. It had failed to update even after the system had been restarted. Then he had reset the computer again thinking that it would fix this error but then it had resulted in another one. This next message had said that the PC needed to be repaired as the operating system could not be loaded due to some missing files.
When he had used this tool, it had shown him that he had repair this kernel32.dll in Windows 7 as this file had been corrupted during these system changes. If you've found some issue on your screen and need to see what's causing it, then this will help you out. it takes less time and can be used for optimising Windows too.
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Are you facing problems with kernel32.dll on your Windows 7 computer, you need to repair the issues but don't know exactly how to fix the problems. You feel irritated thinking what to do, whether to throw your machine or to replace the old machine with the new one.
Replacing the machine can help you to get a temporary solution, but if you are really interested to repair issues related to kernel32.dll in Windows 7 and other operating system, choose a reliable kernel32 fix tool and get it installed today. This will routinely fix the problems with no time.
The kernel32 dll file if gets missing or not found in process libraries, then you may face different problems. Like, whenever you start playing Dota 2, sleeping dogs games on your computer, the games may constantly keep crashing with appcrash error notification saying faulting application name. Even when you are trying to open some office programs like Word, PowerPoint and Excel, the programs may fail to load with error message specific module could not be found.
While trying to boot up your Windows Vista Lenovo laptop, the system may fail to boot showing error notification. Windows fail to start because kernel32.dll corrupt or missing with status (0xc0000221). Often after upgrading your system when you try to start the machine, it may fail to start saying the operating system could not be loaded because kernel32 dll is missing or corrupt.
Whenever you are trying to set your Windows Vista machine to its early stage, you may fail to do so. Every time you may face error: \windows\system32\kernel32.dll is missing.
After keeping your system idle for some time, then when you try to log on into your computer, to open Firefox, it failed to boot showing error kernel32.dll missing or corrupt with status 0xc000000f. You may fail to fix the problem by running system repair. Often question how to fix.
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There are numerous people getting unable to repair kernel32.dll in Vista system. The file might have been damaged in the system for some reason, so they are trying to repair it. In such cases, most of the time, people try to repair the file by applying a free tool. They blindly trust upon free tools. But free tools are the real source of virus problem. They always tend to damage the entire system. So, free tools are always to be ignored.
Harry Miller is getting kernel32 dll error 0xc000035a, when trying to install Windows 7 Enterprise. He has the following error, when trying to install Windows 7 Enterprise edition - kernel32 dll error 0xc000035a: attempting to load a 64 bits application, however the CPU is not compatible with 64 bits mode. He has an AMD ATHLON XP 2 GHZ and 1.5 GB RAM. He thought, that Windows 7 doesn't need to be installed in 64 bits mode and this processor was sufficient. The kernel32 seems to be in a 32 bits directory. He can't run the compatibility app, because he has Windows 2000.
Another Windows 7 user is getting $windows.~bt\system 32\ kernel32 dll error. He wants to know, that the file is missing or corrupt. He tried to install Windows 7 multiple times and it always hangs at the starting Windows place after the system restarts. He is trying to install Windows 7 full installation DVD on his XP media center edition. He has done everything right. He ran the upgrade advisor and her computer is compatible. He did a custom installation. But when the installation reaches the first restart, it doesn't progress from there. It hangs or freezes at the starting Windows screen. So, he decided to check his C: drive. There was a file called $windows.~bt. He didn't know, what it was, so he deleted it. When he restarted his computer and tried to enter safe mode, then this screen would show up, saying $windows.~bt\system32\kernel32.dll is missing or corrupt. His computer would not let him into safe mode, no matter what he does.
If you are unable to repair kernel32.dll in Windows Vista OS, then we would highly recommend applying kernel32 dll fixer to fix this issue. This efficient tool is affordable enough and can be used by all types of computer users. You don't have to be a computer savvy person for using this tool.
While loading online error recovery, you must have seen that version programme application updates are missing. In the middle of running online error recovery, this has been found by you that your Outlook folders are not responding. While you load the online error restore, you see that none of your version programmes are running hassle free. While running Outlook programme application, you see that exe application error is missing. On accessing online application error restore, now version programme updates are missing. On running corrupt error recovery, your Windows Response Point, Shared Tool applications now stop running hassle free within the same OS version quite normal.
You see your driver programme updates have stopped working, while running VLC Media Player update; you never find any of your Music Centre programme application responding hassle free. But with the application of the kernel32 dll fixer you get all those repair kernel32 dll error crashes well rectified within your OS version. Once these kernel32 dll errors get repaired, you never find any of your version programme updates stopping you to load hassle free within your OS version. On loading online error recovery, you see version programmes are missing. While loading missing or corrupt windows system32 boot kernel32 dll error check, the application collapses in the same OS version. It is accompanied by an application 0xc0000001error within your OS.
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If you are getting unable to repair the kernel32.dll file, then this article might be helpful for you. Here we have shared certain problems on this kernel32.dll file along with the ultimate solution to resolve those problems quickly. After going through this article, you will never have to buy a new PC or call a technician to repair the system. So, continue to read this article carefully.
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The blue screen issues can ultimately lead up to the system hang if the kernel32.dll issues in the Windows 8.1 operating system cannot be repaired with any prompt action from the user's part.
The blue screen can appear at any point of time in the machine with the Windows 10 operating system computer. The most disastrous thing is that when the error messages come up just at the start up of the machine. The error messages would also come up with the error code 0xc000000f that might help you to get the features of the particular error clear. You can install the installation media in the disk centre of the machine to update all the drives and the devices in the machine. However, if the Windows update would fail there are chances that the performance of all the programs would be delayed. The system start up process can even be delayed and finally it can take nearly 2 to 5 hours to get completely loaded in the system. You can try to run the clean installation of the operating system in the machine if that would be able to provide the machine with all the drivers updated.
It has been observed that the installation of the files have been done from the USB disk boot up of the machine. They have informed that the Windows Logo appears in the machine and after that the screen turns out to be completely blue with some pop- up messages. The chances of this type of disruption have been noticed if you have old SSD installed in the machine. You should also be more careful about the Back-Up recovery process if there is something wrong with the booting process of the machine because of kernel32 dll error.
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That it is not only the Windows 8 users who suffer from these glitches is evident from the fact that the ones with Windows 10 quite often find that after they have upgraded their system from a lower one, they are not able to download Windows updates. Whenever they try so, it will return an error code 0xc000000F along with an error message that says the Windows updates cannot run as the system is either missing the kernel32.dll file or has developed an error while attempting to read the boot configuration data. Immediately after the message is displayed, the system will return a BSOD or Blue Screen of Death.
On the other hand, the ones with Windows XP would complain that they are not able to boot the system, as whenever they try so, the booting procedure will start up and then stall midway and then will crash out and start afresh, only to repeat the entire sequence.
Microsoft Windows operating system users have a good knowledge about the different types of error message. The virus infection is the most important thing which is found appearing on the system. Trojan or malware attack may lead to the corruption of certain important files from the system. The kernel32.dll file is an executable file which plays an important role and they are not free from virus infection. When the system is under the influence of a virus file then there is a high chance of getting different issues related to different files. The kernel32 dll fixing tool is the perfect tool which can be used to repair kernel32 safely from the system.
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Default in the registry is also responsible for the corruption of the kernel32.dll files. The registry usually gets cluttered with unwanted files and folders. All the temporary files are stored inside the registry which may contain some infected files too. Thus it is important to keep the registry free from unwanted file. A professional registry cleaning tools is required to get the best result. These tools are helpful for keeping the registry free from these issues.
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When you are running after a deadline, the last thing you would really want is to experience a series of error messages getting displayed on the screen of your monitor. In most cases than not, it could be said that you shall be totally clueless as what might be happening around. Let's face the fact; it is not that everyone is aware as how to remove kernel32 toolbar or the types of issues getting highlighted time and over again. There could be no denying the fact that a message of error flashing right in front of the screen could spell d-o-o-m for you, if not more.
There are many customers who after booting up their PCs had to deal with the 0x0000065 error code. In this particular case, a fault message appears right in front of the screen and the same states something like - 'Your PC/device needs to be repaired. A component of the operating system has expired'. The fault title says something like - Windows 10 Tech Preview error code 0x0000605.
After an upgrade process is carried out, you may all of a sudden deal with the kernel32.dll program missing or corrupt issues. No matter which model or make of the computer you might be working with, there can be no way that it shall be possible for you to stay away from this particular fault.
Then again, after the completion of an upgrade process from installation of Windows 8 from Windows 7, you may have to experience a fault message saying something like - 'Windows Boot Manager'. The fault error code remains aptly reflected through the value as - 0xc0000428.
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Beatriz Monte has complained about, kernel32.dll is missing. She updated to Windows 8.1 in an attempt to activate her copy of Windows. It finished updating, and it restarted. She went to do something, and when she came back, she was greeted with a blue screen, saying that kernel32.dll is missing or something like that. So she restarted and booted to HP Recovery to attempt a System Restore. But System Recovery (back to Windows 7) was grayed out. So she popped in her Windows 8 64 bits disc to try Automatic Repair, which worked the first time and kernel32.dll acted up. She can't get into System Restore or Startup Repair. Refresh and Reset do not work. Chkdsk or fixmbr didn't work. Right now, she is doing another Automatic Repair.
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When the file gets damaged in the system, you may feel to remove kernel32 dll file from the computer. The removal of the file will stop the program from running in the system. You may decide to get a new PC but with the same also you can get these errors in the system if the file gets damaged in the system. There can be many more problems which you get in the system with the faulty file and here are some of those.
The operating system has been upgraded to Windows 10 and after the installation of the same, the problem has started coming up on the system screen with the loading of the operating system. The missing file error with kernel32.dll is popping up on the system screen with the detail of the message stating the system is Unable to load and it is getting the error kernel32.dll file is missing in the computer. With the advanced search, the file is unable to be found out in the system and the reinstallation is unable to resolve the issues.
The operating system Windows Vista Home Premium is installed in the computer and the same is unable to be loaded in the system as the problem is occurring with the Vista is missing the file:\windows\system32\kernel32.dll.status:0xc000000f,D partition was the factory installed backup. The error message is popping up on the system screen with the error codes. The reinstallation of the same has been done in the computer and the SFC scanning is unable to resolve the issues. The error code 0xc000000f is coming up on the system screen repeatedly.
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A lot of people are intimidated by problems that are caused by kernel32.dll file, when it gets corrupt or goes missing. That is not a big deal. It is quite common and in these cases, the file needs to be removed and replaced by a fresh one. Here is where sometimes, the troubles start. Whenever people try to remove a corrupt kernel32.dll file, they face a lot of issues that cannot be solved with the help of the online error rectification tools that are developed to deal with these issues. Let us discuss some problems that have everything to do with the corrupt or missing kernel32 dll file.
For example, sometimes a few users would find that they are not able to start up Windows, as whenever they try to do so, it will not run and will return an error message instead, telling that the Windows will not start as kernel32.dll file is either missing or not found or has got corrupt. It comes along with an Error code 0xc000000e. This is something that cannot be solved with the help of the online, generic tools that are found free of cost. This can only be solved with the help of the quality winlaod efi error rectifier tools, which are developed to either removeorrepair the corrupt kernel32 .efi file or replace them with a fresh one.
Sometimes, Windows 7 will not start up and will return an error 0x0000428, along with a boot screen, followed by a BSOD or Blue Screen of Death. Now this is something that cannot be solved with the help of the online tools of rectification. Again, only a quality kernel32 dll troubleshooting tool will make all the difference for the users.
Windows Vista users also complain sometimes about a missing kernel32.dll file, which causes the systems to go through an uncontrollable sequences of reboots.
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Windows Vista user Arthur Mitchell has been getting error message - Windows cannot verify the digital signature of this file c:\windows\system32\kernel32.dll with Status: 0xc0000428. He has a notebook with a single boot disk (drive-C). He installed a program and now he cannot boot up. He is using Windows Vista Professional. The F8 Advanced boot up features does not help him, safe mode does not work either, boot from CD with repair option, also does not work, it goes pass everything to this error. He has searched the web for answers, but nothing seems to help him.
One of the devoted Windows 7 users is getting error message - file: /windows/system32/kernel32.dll Status: 0xc0000001 info: the application or operating system couldn't be loaded because a required file is missing or contains error. He has tried to restart the computer in safe mode and tried performing system restore, but nothing has helped him.
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In another case, while attempting to carry out the installation process of Windows 7, you might find that the installation procedure simply suffers from an inadvertent crash during the reinstallation process. The fault explicitly remains specific to the title saying something like - Windows 7 - Installation Error: 0XC0000001. The error information further goes on and says - 'the selected entry could not be loaded because the application is missing or corrupt'.
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After installing updates for Windows 8 OS version and then when you are trying to boot up, the Windows screen starts displaying message your PC needs to be repaired, a required device is not be connected or cannot be accessed and error code: 0xc0000225. Often when system starts at launch kernel32 dll process starts running using high memory usage.
The system refresh failed, so you tried system reset but it also failed. After that when you run diagnostic test, the file kernel32.dll corrupt or missing message pops-up on computer screen. Also sometimes after you had upgraded your Windows 8 PC to Windows 10 and then when you are trying to start your computer, the boot up failed with boot error message saying Windows cannot start because a recent hardware or software change might have been the cause.
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During the boot phase of your computer, you may get a message saying something like - 'access to certain areas remains completely restricted'. Because of such 'unnecessary restrictions', there can be no way in which it is possible to run or execute any of the applications installed on the computer. The fault code which gets highlighted remains aptly reflected through a numerical value as - 0xc00000e9.
Again, the other sort of the fault remains specifically related to an Error 0xc000000f. File:\Windows\System32\kernel32.dll is missing or corrupt. A faulty or an incorrect download process could result in a similar type of the fault getting highlighted all of a sudden.
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Windows Vista users are getting boot error: status: 0xc000000f - kernel32.dll is missing or corrupt. They seem to have encountered a problem that a number of people have come across. It started, when they were away from the computer and hit the lock this computer option, while they were away, as they often do. When they came back a couple hours later, then they logged back in and tried to open Firefox. Nothing happened, they hit ctrl+alt+del and it didn't come up. They waited and about thirty seconds later the screen came up with all the options (lock this computer, start Task Manager, etc.) and they opened Task Manager to see if Firefox was running and it wasn't. They closed Task Manager and went to restart the computer from the Start menu but they couldn't. When they got home the next afternoon, then they turned on the computer and a black screen came up, saying that the file \Windows\system32\kernel32.dll was missing or corrupt with the status 0xc000000f. It told them to repair from the disk, so they went into BIOS and set the first boot to the CD drive and put in the disk. But the problem still persists.
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The computer error may often happen with a black screen, appearing right in front of you. The most likely cause behind this fault getting displayed is owing to missing kernel32.dll Windows 7 issues. There can be no denying that such forms of PC errors give us a lot of stress and this happens to most of us. The only thing we all miss out on is failing to realize as what to do so as to fix the errors. The right way of tackling this type of the fault is obviously with the aid of the kernel32 dll fixing software. Get in touch along with a reputed Software Development Company if you remain motivated in benefitting from the best fault elimination tool.
One common type of the fault explicitly remains related to kernel32 dll error upon installing Windows 7, 8 & 10 and because of this both the PC performance evaluation factors, namely; 'reliability' and 'throughput' get adversely impacted. In other words, there can be no other way, but to deal with a severely crippled system operation. It is difficult to get rid of such a fault and installing and re-installing Windows several times does not come in handy either.
Again, whenever one attempts to run or launch a computer, one gets a Windows Boot Manager, black and white screen. The message specific to the fault wherein it is found that the kernel32.dll file is missing or corrupt, says something like - 'Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause'. The error code getting highlighted on the screen of the monitor says something as - 0xc000000f. The associated information about the error tells something as - 'The selected entry could not be loaded because the application is missing or corrupt'.
Because of a faulty download process, you may have to experience missing kernel32 dll error in Windows 7.
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The games of the computer are getting corrupted and none of the files are opening due to missing kernel32 dll file. The game errors can come up in the system and it will show you messages like there is start up errors and games will get corrupted in the system. The first thing that you should notice is that why such games are giving you errors? There are different types of exe files in the system. The files are getting corrupted and making the machine slow.
The kernel32 errors can come up in the system and it can show you that due to malware attack in the machine, the exe file errors are getting severe and it can be said that MS applications will also no longer work properly. It is important for you to find out what can be the best one to get rid of the issues.
Windows 8 is missing kernel32.dll and won't start up is one of the common messages that can come up and due to this, the system can show you slow speed. Not only in Win 8, but also in other OS too, the kernel32 dll file is missing errors might come up at any moment. The Windows issues can make you machine slow and it can bring you desktop errors as well. So, it is very important to choose a proper tool to stop the issues. This can be the said that calling a professional will take a lot of time, so here is a handy solution for you.
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The missing of kernel32.dll file is one of the most common error messages which were posted on the forum. The clients who have reported about these issues were desperately looking for the solution. Once detected with these error messages the most important thing that you should do is to find out the cause of the errors. When the causes of the issues are clear to you then it will be easier for you to get the solution. The kernel32.dll repair tool is the perfect tool is the best solution provider and can be applied without any kind of hesitation.
File : /windows/system32/kernel32.dll Status : 0xc0000001 info: The application or operating system couldn't be loaded because a required file is n-missing or contains error. This message was posted on the forum and it is told that as soon as you get these issues you need to look out for the proper tool for removing them safely from the system. Rebooting the system or reinstallation of certain application can be the best solution which can be applied for removing the errors successfully. But before selecting the right tool it is important to find out the main reason behind the errors.
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The fault specifically related to missing kernel32.dll Windows 10 is pretty much self explanatory in the name itself and this prevents Windows from completing its load process in the expected way. This particular sort of the issue is triggered because of incorrect boot configuration or corrupt boot records. Depending upon the OS you have installed, the fault message may vary, but the required version of the kernel32 .efi file remains the same. Without paying through your nose, you can always put to rest this sort of a fault and the best way of doing it is with the aid of the kernel32.dll file fixer.
Central to this article shall be some of the major forms of issues experienced by one and all concerned. The first one explicitly remains related to Windows 10 failed to start - kernel32 dll error and none of the recommended solutions prove to be even of the minimum help in tackling this sort of the fault. The Status code is 0xc000000f. Out of sheer frustration, you may think dumping your computer is the only way out. But, if you are even the least concerned about the environment, you would certainly want to stay away from committing this sort of a mistake.
A 'kernel32.dll missing or corrupt' message often gets displayed right on the screen of the monitor and the same happens after a reinstall attempt is carried out. An overall reinstallation process results in an error message saying something like - 'volsnap.sys failed to load 0xc0000221'.
Because of Windows Boot Manager - Error 0xc000000f, under the information section, you may find information saying something like - 'An error occurred while attempting to read the boot configuration data'. A key combination of Ctrl+Alt+Del fails to do any good in restarting the machine all over again.
A faulty or incorrect download process could result in missing kernel32.dll file in Windows 10 specific issues.
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The Windows system files can be affected by many things like viruses, network failures, failed removal of a device. These can leave your system completely unusable and may not leave these files in their original form. Errors can be created when these files are no longer intact.
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Whenever he booted up Windows, it would take all of ten minutes to start and then it would go straight to the automatic repair phase. This was because it had detected a lot of missing files and would display this error. He had decided to look for a fix when it had started to show another one about a required device that could not be accessed or wasn't connected and this had an error code of 0xc0000185.
The only other thing that he had done before this missing kernel32.dll in Windows 8 error had started was to disable the functions keys. Usually using your computer like you normally do should not lead to any errors but if this is what you are seeing then you need to look for something that will fix it. You can use this tool here to help you to look for files that are corrupted or that can be found on Windows.
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The missing file errors are something which annoys the people mostly. The operating system, the applications, the programs and the others can be hampered in the computer with the missing file issues in the computer. Sometimes, the missing file issues cannot be resolved in the system with the advanced search and the SFC scanning as well. Then the experts' hand is needed in the computer. If the file winlaod.exe is faulty in the computer, the error message with missing kernel32.dll in Windows 7 can pop up on the system screen. The error messages can be indicative for the faulty file in the computer. The file needs to be repaired for getting rid of the problems.
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Mathew has been facing problems in the system with the faulty file winlaod.exe. The file is corrupted in the system and this is the reason why the error message windows failed to start- kernel32.dll corrupt or missing (0xc000000f) is popping up on the system screen with the start up of the computer. The startup is tried to be repaired with the 'startup repair' program but failed.
In the system of Toshiba Satellite L355D-S7901, the operating system Windows 10 is running and the problem has started coming up on the system screen with the kernel32.dll missing or corrupt error message of Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might b the cause.
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Getting certain error messages from corrupted files is a very common issue. People give complaints very often for this problem. Just like kernel32.dll file after getting corrupted gives error message, saying kernel32.dll file is missing. This message appears after every boot up in a popping up message box. It will make the PC too slow to boot up. So, here we have shared the ultimate solution to stop this message from appearing. Continue to read this article carefully to know more about this issue.
Windows 8 PC needs to be repaired, because there is error -\Windows\system32\kernel32.dll, error code- 0xc000000e. Anthony Buttigieg has complained about this issue. He tried installing Windows 8 on his PC, which was dual booting Windows 7 from 2 different hard disks, and would choose between the 2 at startup. So he deleted the partition of one Windows installation and installed Windows 8. All seemed to work fine, he could boot and choose between Windows 8 and 7 and both worked fine. Then he had upgraded a graphics driver in Windows 8 and that caused problems with it, starting with a black screen and nothing else. There were no restore points, so he decided to start again by deleting the partition. He reinstalled Windows 8, but now when he boots up, then he gets an error screen.
Mark Anthony is getting 0xc000000e boot error. He got this error after some random point in time on his computer. At the time, he had two instances of Windows on his computer and after this point, it took him a week or two to find his Windows install DVD but once he did, then none of the repair tools seemed to work and it would always end up with this error. He then decided to give up and just install Windows 7 on the HDD. He didn't have an instance of Windows on since he has 3 HDD. This worked well for 4 days until this morning, when the same error message popped up on him. He hadn't even got around to reinstalling all the same programs as his other instance of Windows.
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It might happen that most of the program in your PC system might fail to perform in such a condition and there are also random chances that the PC screen would come up with different types of blue screen events. However, you would be able to collect enough information from the blue screen view if that comes up with some kind of messages. The blue screen might say that your PC is not taking normal restart in the machine and it is the reason that you should perform some update program so that the files, responsible for such activities can be restored in the system. If you have Windows 8.1 professional operating system it is normal that you have the error code 0xc0000001 in the machine. The use of the recovery tool with the help of the installation media is pretty much helpful in such a condition. Another blue screen that you have encountered might give you the information that the critical process in your system can die at any moment.
The kernel32.dll files can be corrupt in your machine with the Windows 7 professional operating system. The prime reason for the file corruption and the loss of the files can be the update procedure of the machine from the Windows 7 to Windows Vista operating system. In such a condition you can try to run a back up of all the files so that you would be able to use that when the data will be lost if you run any format in the file system.
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While accessing online error repair, often it has been find that the version programmes are missing. On loading online error restore, this is known as the version programme updates are missing. While loading online corrupt error recovery, it is found that online error restore repair cannot be found. While accessing online error restore, now the clients have seen that their kernel3232 programme files are not running. While locating online missing kernel32 dll Windows 8.1 error repair, this is found that the online error repair is not a valid application. Now the server programme Pack has stopped responding. While locating server programme update, this is seen that Vista, is missing due to Windows system32 win load exe status 0xc000000f error, D driver partition for factory backup cannot be found within the OS version. But with the deployment of kernel32 dll fixing tool, missing kernel32 dll error crashes in Windows 8.1 now no longer show up within same OS version anymore.
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Users are aware that computer errors are a part of using Windows. But that doesn't make dealing with the errors any easier. Windows errors leave users frustrated, looking for a solution. The reason is simple. Every person saves data like movies, music and images on their PCs. It is not always possible for them to back up everything. Getting errors has the risk of losing all the data. The same is true for solutions like Windows reinstallation or buying a new device. They want solutions but while keeping their data safe. Let's see what users have to say.
Elizabeth Carmen from East Amherst, New York mentions that she is running Windows 7 on her laptop. She has installed all the latest updates including the Service Pack 1. But she has been getting a missing kernel32 dllissue recently. She sees that the Windows screen turns blue if she leaves the PC in idle mode for more than 15 minutes. The reason shown on the screen is that the hard drive is not detected.Windows then shuts down and automatically restarts. But it even fails to restart properly. An error message with status 0xc000000e pops up on the screen. It states that Windows failed to restart as Windows system32 kernel32.dll is missing or corrupt.To restart the computer she has to completely shutdown Windows and restart after a few minutes. Then Windows boots without issues.
She is wondering what is causing this issue. Well the error event is known as a blue screen of death or BSOD. It happens if Windows is failing to load a certain driver file. In this case it is the kernel32 file. The function of the file is to help in loading or starting Windows. But the file is corrupted. Windows is thus failing to load the file. She can fix this missing kernel32 .exe error with the help of a kernel32 .exe fix tool. The tool will automatically download and install a new copy of the file. That will fix everything.
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There are several file formats in Windows. Each one has its own function. Some of them have .exe extensions and some of them have .efi extensions etc. The ones with the .efi extensions are known as extensible firmware interface files. Basically, they are driver files which help to load Windows. They are related to the Windows boot process. We don't see these files usually. They work in the background to make sure Windows can load properly. The location of the files is the Windows registry. That is the default location of Windows program files. kernel32 with efi extension is one of them.
The file sometimes gets damaged if the registry has been infected by malware.We will then start getting issues. For example we might be trying to reset Windows to factory settings. We can do that using System Restore. But if there is an infected kernel32 file we will keep failing. An error message will keep popping up. The message will state that the application or OS wasn't loaded as some file is missing. The error details will show the file to be Windows system32 kernel32.dll. The error code 0xc0000001 will also be seen. Restarting Windows will not make any difference.
So what causes a missing kernel32 dll error like this? Well Windows can fail to load the file if it has been infected by malware. We need to remove the threat and the file. A kernel32 virus removal tool can help with that. Then we need to download and install a new copy of the kernel32 file. A kernel32 repair tool can be used for that.
The missing kernel32 .efi or kernel32.dll corrupt or missing can show up on Windows 10 too. We might see that system refresh keeps failing on Windows 10. We can run Windows diagnostics to detect the reason. To do that we need to type mdsched.exe in the Windows start bar and press enter. Then on restarting, Windows diagnostics will start running. It will show that kernel32 is the corrupted file. We can fix this by replacing the file.
When the file gets damaged in the computer, the problems with the file, start popping up on the system screen, with the error messages like missing kernel32 error or not found and others.
Here are some of the common problems which can come up on the system screen with the very file.
Windows Failed to Start: Error 0xc000000f is the error message which is popping up on the system screen with the file called kernel32.dll. The file is needed for the operating system and the loading of the same, but always the error message keeps popping up on the system screen with the start up of the system. The detail of the message states that there is an error occurred while attempting to read the boot configuration data. The error message can be removed from the system only if the file is repaired. The SFC scanning has detected the file but the same has failed to repair the same.
Whenever the start up is tried to be done in the system the Error 0xc0000428- "Windows cannot verify the digital signature for this file is popping up on the system screen with the same. The detail of the message states that the Windows Boot Configuration Data file is missing required information. The start up of the system can only be possible in the computer with the safe mode and nothing else. The operating system has been reinstalled but that failed to resolve the issues.
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As and when the kernel32.dll file goes missingor getscorrupt on Windows 7 system32 or other variants of Windows that leads to a lot of problems for the users. At times, these problems are pretty simple, and can be solved with the help of online tools of rectification. However, in other cases, when the problems are not so simple, they need to be taken care of and resolved by the specialized kernel32 dll error removal tools.
There are times, when people would find that they are not able to run Windows 7 32 bits. As soon as they attempt to start Windows, it will return an error message that says Windows cannot run as the system has encountered an error while attempting to read the boot configuration data. This happens as and when there is a missing or corruptkernel32 .exe file issue on Windows 7 system 32 bits. This is something that is too complicated to be solved by those online tools of rectification. They need to be taken care of and resolved with the help of the quality kernel32.dll trouble shooter tool, which is developed to deal with these issues.
In some cases, whenever some customers try to perform a clean installation of Windows, it will return an error 0xc0000221, which comes along with a Status_Image_Checksum_Mismatch error message that also says the kernel32 dll file is corrupt and as a result of this the header checksum does not match the system checksum. Now, this is something that needs to be solved with the help of the quality kernel32 dll troubleshooting tools which are the products of the best software development companies.
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There are different types of errors that can come up when any important system file gets corrupted due to any reason. The kernel32.dll file is one of the most important files of the computer. This file is needed for the system to load essential device drivers in the system. So if this file gets damaged, then you may get kernel32.dll file is missing - error message.
There is kernel32.dll file related issues. After Windows 10 upgrade, the user is getting issues while trying to boot the PC. He gets this error message - kernel32.dll cannot be verified with code: 0xc0000428. He has installed an Ubuntu 14.04 in a dual boot configuration with two separate partitions. During the Windows 10 upgrade process, his laptop rebooted and when it started up, he was dropped into grub rescue. He uses a Windows 7 OEM installation LG p420 laptop. He tried to resolve this issue via Ubuntu Live CD and the boot-repair tool; but was unable to do so.
A user had reported about the file Windows\system32\kernel32.dll, error with code 0xc000000e. When he tried installing Windows 8 on the PC, which was dual booting Windows 7 from 2 different hard disks, and would choose between the 2 at start-up. So he deleted the partition of one Windows installation and installed Windows 8. All seemed to work fine, he could boot and choose between Windows 8 and 7 and both worked fine. Then he had upgraded a graphics driver in Windows 8 and that caused problems with Windows 8 and starting with a black screen and nothing else. There were no restore points so he decided to start again by deleting the partition. He re-installed Windows 8, but now when he boots up, he gets an error screen.
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The kernel32.dll file missing issue can be a big trouble if you want to get rid of the entire windows load difficulties in your machine.
You might be asked to back up the C drive files in their machine with Windows Vista Home Premium operating system installed with service pack 2. The drive might see that there is an existing error in the machine with the kernel32.dll files in the machine but you will have to run an antivirus program in the machine to fix the virus issues present there. The machine will start having data from the Microsoft community and will update the devices. The update of the data from the MS site cans also bring in the issues of the virus. You can also find that the machine is freezing because of some error in the settings of the machine that have been made because of the unwanted download in the system. The SATA drive can be lost because of this type of issues in the machine.
The kernel32.dll can be expired in your machine with Windows operating system. It has generally been found in the case of the Windows 10 Home Premium operating system. You can try to update your machine with the original disk that is present in your system but you should take a back up of the existing data of your system before taking any back up because there are chances that the update of your system may be lost with some of the existing data from the stored folder. This is where the preloaded back-up can be used to help you out.
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When the error message missing file kernel32 dll pops up on the system screen, be sure that the file kernel32.dll is faulty in the computer. Due to the faulty file, you may receive several problems in the system with many applications. Here are some of the common most ones.
Windows Vista Home Premium is the operating system which is running in the computer and the problem has started coming up on the system screen after the installation of Solaris 10 in the computer. After the same, when the boot up is tried to be done, the error message with kernel32.dll missing or corrupt can pop up on the system screen with the same process. The process is unable to be run in the computer due to the repeated error message popping up on the system screen.
The operating system Windows 8 is tried to be installed in the system but the installation remain incomplete in the computer due to the repeated Error code: 0xc0000605 and 0xc0000001 when starting windows automatic repair. The automatic repair is enabled in the system but the same is unable to drag out the same error message from the computer. The SFC scanning and the checking for virus are unable to resolve the issues with the same. The reinstallation is also unable to be done in the computer.
The file winlaod.exe is responsible for the windows loader program and if you want to get rid of the problems like missing file kernel32 dll, the installation of winlaod exe fix tool is needed in the computer. The tool is needed to be purchased in the computer and the installation should be done. With a scanning it will detect the issues and start repairing it from the very core.
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Computers play a crucial role in everyday life. They not only help to reduce work pressure but even they act a good friend when you are alone at home. You can spend long time playing your favourite games like World of warcraft, League of legends and Far cry2. But what you feel when this machine comes to a complete halt? You might get irritated and think what should be done to repair the issues that often creating problems on your system. The problems generally occur if any dll files, system files and exe files get missing from its file location.
Among different exe files, kernel32.dll is vital process file that if gets missing from C:\Windows\system32 folder, there are every possibility for your computers to throw error messages on Windows screen. You never know when your system might display such error. It can be when you are trying to run some programs or while you are trying to open some applications. It is necessary therefore for you to know how you can get rid of such problems so that your system can run properly in future.
Are you looking for solution? Then you have come to the right place. This article will help you to know how to troubleshoot the problems that are basically caused by kernel32 dll file on PC.
After upgrading your system from Windows 7 to Windows 10, the laptop failed to boot up. Every time while booting up your system, your system starts displaying error notification the file kernel32 missing from C:\Windows\system32. Running disk recovery failed to repair the issue.
Whenever after Windows 7 x 64 updates install, when you are trying to load files, the loading failed with message Windows failed to start due to kernel32.dll problem. Windows cannot start because a recent hardware or software change might have been the issue.
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The file kernel32.dll missing from Windows\ system32, this error notification you are always receiving when you are trying to start your Windows 7 Professional PC. You started facing such problem after you had installed the updates for Windows 7 Professional on your PC.
It is not only this problem, there are several types of problems you might face if this exe file becomes corrupted or missing from system32 folder. Like, whenever you trying to start use your Windows 10 Technical Preview on virtual machine, after you had switched off the virtual machine and then tried to restart the system, at start up you started getting kernel32.dll expired and you fail to reboot your system.
Again when you are trying to start your Windows 8 Asus laptop after you had performed clean installation of Windows 8 updates, the system at start up started showing error notification. The application or operating system could not be loaded because file kernel32.dll is missing from C:\Windows\system32.
Often you face problem with Dual boot of Windows 10/windows 8.1 system. The problem started after you had installed the updates for Windows 10 on your Windows 8.1 PC. After updates was installed when you are trying to start your system, the boot up failed with error code 0xc000000f. Sometimes when you are trying to start Outlook to send email messages, the program loading failed with kernel32 file corrupted error notification.
Every time after you restart your Windows 7 PC, you fail to reach your desktop, blue screen error 0xc000000e appears. You are always receiving error notification. Windows fail to start. A recent hardware or software might be the cause. The startup repair failed to fix the problem.
It is necessary to troubleshoot the problems, throwing your machine might not bring relief in long run, therefore, to get rid of such problems get an advanced kernel32 repair tool installed on PC. It will end all your worries.
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Missing Windows system32 file kernel32 .exe on boot has to be repaired as soon as possible. The exe file is located at the C drive and it can start to show lots of other issues when damaged. It can crash the PC on blue screen of death or BSOD. Download and install kernel32.dll file fixer in the computer in order to fix errors of the file. This tool will help for fixing the errors that are stated below in this article. For the errors like kernel32 missing on boot from Windows system32 file has to be repaired. Install this today in the computer for fixing the issues. It had worked on Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating system.
Acer Aspire M5 481PT 6444 was running on Windows 8 operating system and degrade OS an error started to occur. To install Windows 7 an error code appeared. Windows 8 v. 7 Boot Error gave an error message 'Your PC / Device need to be repaired. The application or operating system couldn't be loaded because a required file is missing or contains errors.' The message also said some program files in the computer are not digitally signed. Safe mode boot did not give any error.
Windows update KB3177467 crashes on Windows 7 causing system to boot loop. This was a new and custom installation of the operating system and it had started to crash the PC on blue screen of death. Uninstalling the update did not help for fixing the error. System recovery, automatic repair did not help for fixing the error. Rebuilding the Windows BCD and replacing the files failed to verify signature. System Restore, System Repair and system file checker from Windows Resource Protection did not help for fixing the error.
The Windows file errors in the system will make the machine slow. When any of the exe file is missing or not found, it will first affect the applications and will show you messages like Error \windows\system32\kernel32.dll is missing. This missing file can make your machine slow and can also show you messages like location of kernel32 dll are missing or not found etc. This file missing will make your machine slow and the games will not work at all. You need to understand that, boot error: status: 0xc000000f - kernel32.dll missing or corrupt will come up and it will show you that computer lock does not work and also task manager will not work as well.
You may encounter the Firefox errors and internet connection problems as well. You need to understand that such errors are not solved and you Windows\system32\kernel32.dll status 0xc000000e the selected entry could not be loaded because the application is missing or corrupt. The other applications will also work weirdly and new files will show you messages like hard drive errors and other issues too. Do not worry as this will not bring you system crash. But, if the errors are not solved, the machine will give you some or the other issues in the system which is very much fatal. The kernel32 dll location errors will come up and it will not solve the issues.
The Windows file errors can make the applications slow and it can also show you messages like kernel32 file have location issue and it is getting corrupted. Do not go for any kind of free tools in the system. Try to download kernel32 error repair tool to get rid of the issues. Unlike any other free tool, this will help you to stop the issues and also bring a proper speed of the PC.
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At times, you will see that the Windows Boot Manager will show up as, Error 0xc000000f and the message will state that, 'An error occurred while attempting to read the boot configuration data.' You may try to insert the re - installation disk and press CTRL + ALT + DEL but still you will see that the computer will not restart at all.
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Most of the time, you will see that as a result of corrupted files, Windows will fail to load kernel32.dll file on the system. You may try to do is a number of time, but the result would be the same.
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Computers have become an essential gadget for all of us. They are used for performing all kinds of mathematical calculations, logical assignments and storing large amount of data and information on it. This gadget had brought a revolution in the field of technology. Today, we can find a computer system in every household and office. With so many advantages on its side, you are bound to see a few loop holes too. The computer systems are quite vulnerable to viruses. Several issues may take place on the system if it is infected due to a severe virus or malware issue.
If you have a WINDOWS 8.1 computer at home, you may have come across an unexpected kernel32er.exe fault on it sometime or other when on trying to perform any action. The PC system will show up random error messages on the display screen one after the other which you may not know how to fix at all.
If there is a corrupt kernel32er file residing on the Windows 8.1 PC, the system will often show up kernel32.dll missing or Windows\system32\kernel32.dll status 0xc000000e the selected entry could not be loaded because the application is missing or corrupt errors on the screen.
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