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  #1  
Old February 19th 04, 11:21 PM
Paul
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Default Procedure Entry Point

Upon start up of Win XP, get a message saying "the procedure entry point GetProcessFlags could not be found in Kernel32.dll.
How can I fix that? I have tried Start--Run--SFC, but to no avail...any thoughts??
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  #2  
Old April 5th 04, 04:55 PM
David Candy
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If you want to spell it correctly, there are at least two maybe more =
spelling mistakes. I can't be bothered searching all possible =
combinations. But generally it means you have a wrong version of MPR or =
the program calling it is not designed for your version.

--=20
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http://www.g2mil.com/Dec2003.htm
"Loren Dunkley" wrote in message =
...
I've been running XP, home version, for about four months now. All of =

a sudden I am getting a message when I open my other programs. The =
message is "The procedure entry point wnetenumcashedpasswods could not =
be located in the dynamic link library mpr.dll".
=20
Should I reload the software? I hate doing that as it will need to be =

updated again. Takes lots of time. Could there be a simpler solution?
  #3  
Old April 5th 04, 07:28 PM
David Candy
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Default Procedure Entry Point

If you want to spell it correctly, there are at least two maybe more =
spelling mistakes. I can't be bothered searching all possible =
combinations. But generally it means you have a wrong version of MPR or =
the program calling it is not designed for your version.

--=20
----------------------------------------------------------
http://www.g2mil.com/Dec2003.htm
"Loren Dunkley" wrote in message =
...
I've been running XP, home version, for about four months now. All of =

a sudden I am getting a message when I open my other programs. The =
message is "The procedure entry point wnetenumcashedpasswods could not =
be located in the dynamic link library mpr.dll".
=20
Should I reload the software? I hate doing that as it will need to be =

updated again. Takes lots of time. Could there be a simpler solution?
  #4  
Old April 5th 04, 07:47 PM
Loren Dunkley
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Default Procedure Entry Point

Thanks for the reply David. Oh by the way, how many spelling errors did you find exactly? Don't recall anyone asking for help with spelling. Can't be bothered? Then why even reply.......Real head problems with you.
  #5  
Old April 5th 04, 07:54 PM
David Candy
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Default Procedure Entry Point

Well listen slut.
wnetenumcashedpasswods

passwods is unlikely to be used. Most likely passwords

cashed is unlikely to be used. Most likely cached.

It's appears not to be a XP function call. May be SP1 or a hotfix. =
Because of your spelling mistakes it takes scanning large databases by =
eye. This is technical. Things need to be exact. So slut good bye.

--=20
----------------------------------------------------------
http://www.g2mil.com/Dec2003.htm
"Loren Dunkley" wrote in message =
...
Thanks for the reply David. Oh by the way, how many spelling errors =

did you find exactly? Don't recall anyone asking for help with =
spelling. Can't be bothered? Then why even reply.......Real head =
problems with you.
  #6  
Old April 5th 04, 07:56 PM
David Candy
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Default Procedure Entry Point

And don't waste my time in future gang banging whore. If you can't give =
a civil reply to someone who has spent time on you, trying to find your =
spelling mistakes, examining the programming documentation, and finding =
nothing. I then seek clarification of your errors so I can research the =
exact problem rather than my attempts to fix your lies..

--=20
----------------------------------------------------------
http://www.g2mil.com/Dec2003.htm
"Loren Dunkley" wrote in message =
...
Thanks for the reply David. Oh by the way, how many spelling errors =

did you find exactly? Don't recall anyone asking for help with =
spelling. Can't be bothered? Then why even reply.......Real head =
problems with you.
  #7  
Old April 5th 04, 07:59 PM
David Candy
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Default Procedure Entry Point

Isn't dunkley the name of a sicko child killer/rapist.

--=20
----------------------------------------------------------
http://www.g2mil.com/Dec2003.htm
"Loren Dunkley" wrote in message =
...
Thanks for the reply David. Oh by the way, how many spelling errors =

did you find exactly? Don't recall anyone asking for help with =
spelling. Can't be bothered? Then why even reply.......Real head =
problems with you.
  #8  
Old April 5th 04, 08:00 PM
David Candy
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Default Procedure Entry Point

And don't waste my time in future gang banging moll. If you can't give a =
civil reply to someone who has spent time on you, trying to find your =
spelling mistakes, examining the programming documentation, and finding =
nothing. I then seek clarification of your errors so I can research the =
exact problem rather than my attempts to fix your lies..


--=20
----------------------------------------------------------
http://www.g2mil.com/Dec2003.htm
"Loren Dunkley" wrote in message =
...
Thanks for the reply David. Oh by the way, how many spelling errors =

did you find exactly? Don't recall anyone asking for help with =
spelling. Can't be bothered? Then why even reply.......Real head =
problems with you.
  #9  
Old April 5th 04, 08:24 PM
David Candy
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Default Procedure Entry Point

If you want to spell it correctly, there are at least two maybe more =
spelling mistakes. I can't be bothered searching all possible =
combinations. But generally it means you have a wrong version of MPR or =
the program calling it is not designed for your version.

--=20
----------------------------------------------------------
http://www.g2mil.com/Dec2003.htm
"Loren Dunkley" wrote in message =
...
I've been running XP, home version, for about four months now. All of =

a sudden I am getting a message when I open my other programs. The =
message is "The procedure entry point wnetenumcashedpasswods could not =
be located in the dynamic link library mpr.dll".
=20
Should I reload the software? I hate doing that as it will need to be =

updated again. Takes lots of time. Could there be a simpler solution?
  #10  
Old April 5th 04, 08:59 PM
Loren Dunkley
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Default Procedure Entry Point

Thanks for the reply David. Oh by the way, how many spelling errors did you find exactly? Don't recall anyone asking for help with spelling. Can't be bothered? Then why even reply.......Real head problems with you.
  #11  
Old April 5th 04, 09:07 PM
David Candy
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Default Procedure Entry Point

Well listen slut.
wnetenumcashedpasswods

passwods is unlikely to be used. Most likely passwords

cashed is unlikely to be used. Most likely cached.

It's appears not to be a XP function call. May be SP1 or a hotfix. =
Because of your spelling mistakes it takes scanning large databases by =
eye. This is technical. Things need to be exact. So slut good bye.

--=20
----------------------------------------------------------
http://www.g2mil.com/Dec2003.htm
"Loren Dunkley" wrote in message =
...
Thanks for the reply David. Oh by the way, how many spelling errors =

did you find exactly? Don't recall anyone asking for help with =
spelling. Can't be bothered? Then why even reply.......Real head =
problems with you.
  #12  
Old April 5th 04, 09:11 PM
David Candy
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Default Procedure Entry Point

And don't waste my time in future gang banging whore. If you can't give =
a civil reply to someone who has spent time on you, trying to find your =
spelling mistakes, examining the programming documentation, and finding =
nothing. I then seek clarification of your errors so I can research the =
exact problem rather than my attempts to fix your lies..

--=20
----------------------------------------------------------
http://www.g2mil.com/Dec2003.htm
"Loren Dunkley" wrote in message =
...
Thanks for the reply David. Oh by the way, how many spelling errors =

did you find exactly? Don't recall anyone asking for help with =
spelling. Can't be bothered? Then why even reply.......Real head =
problems with you.
  #13  
Old April 5th 04, 09:14 PM
sane
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Default Procedure Entry Point

You shold kno David. You'r the 1 wit hed problms.
  #14  
Old April 5th 04, 09:24 PM
David Candy
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Default Procedure Entry Point

Isn't dunkley the name of a sicko child killer/rapist.

--=20
----------------------------------------------------------
http://www.g2mil.com/Dec2003.htm
"Loren Dunkley" wrote in message =
...
Thanks for the reply David. Oh by the way, how many spelling errors =

did you find exactly? Don't recall anyone asking for help with =
spelling. Can't be bothered? Then why even reply.......Real head =
problems with you.
  #15  
Old April 5th 04, 09:24 PM
David Candy
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Default Procedure Entry Point

And don't waste my time in future gang banging moll. If you can't give a =
civil reply to someone who has spent time on you, trying to find your =
spelling mistakes, examining the programming documentation, and finding =
nothing. I then seek clarification of your errors so I can research the =
exact problem rather than my attempts to fix your lies..


--=20
----------------------------------------------------------
http://www.g2mil.com/Dec2003.htm
"Loren Dunkley" wrote in message =
...
Thanks for the reply David. Oh by the way, how many spelling errors =

did you find exactly? Don't recall anyone asking for help with =
spelling. Can't be bothered? Then why even reply.......Real head =
problems with you.
 




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