after I install it how do I move it to that file you suggested? I was offline three minutes after I asked because I did not expect any one to reply so very quickly to my question! Do you stay in this forum all day? Thank you for responding quickly I have several problems with my computer and am trying to resolve them before I break the dang thing. God Bless!
pncrt.dll probably is D\led as a zip file because a txt file is included. Click on the zip file and "winzip" will open there you will see your dll. file. I drag the window corner to make it smaller then drag and drop the file to my desktop. there right click on it, cut and paste in windows\system Dir.
Hope this helps
My only point was when asking a question it's a good idea to stay online more than a few minutes.
Thank you for the God Bless I needed that.
PS Cybertech has a good point it is associated with real player and the best resolution my be to reinstall, leave it to M$.
When are they going to start charging for those constant updates and patches?
I tried to do both but do not want real player and tried to unistall but could not get access to that file either. I have the .dll file on my desktop and I think it is in my windows system too....... therefore i am doing something wrong when I try to copy it to my systems file and I also tired to download it to my systems file which I am also not doing correctly thanks for your time
If you want to use RealPlayer, I would suggest trying to update it. The user interface contains a "check for updates" option under the Preferences > "Upgrade" tab.
I'm not sure if opening RealPlayer will cause the "startup" entry to be re-enabled. If it does you must make sure that under RealPlayer's View> Preferences > Start Center > Settings, "Enable Start Center" is UNchecked.
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