help with imagehlp.dll and Spybot S&D

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  1. diverdown48

    diverdown48 Registered Member

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    I have Windows 98 SE

    I downloaded Spybot S & D

    But when I try to open it I get an error message saying

    Error Starting Program
    A required .DLL file, IMAGEHLP.DLL, was not found.


    and the program will not run.

    Any ideas how to slove this please.
    Thanks o_O
     
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    IMAGEHLP.DLL FILE IS MISSING

    QUESTION

    Where can I find the IMAGEHLP.DLL file?

    I installed the software on Windows 98, but IMAGEHLP.DLL isn't installed with the Keil tools.
    ANSWER

    IMAGEHLP.DLL is a Windows file that aparently isn't installed on your computer. To install it, you must copy it from the Windows 98 CD to the \WINDOWS\SYSTEM\ folder.

    1. Insert the Windows 98 CD.
    2. In Windows Explorer, double-click the win98 folder on the Windows 98 CD.
    3. Expand the *.cab file containing the imagehlp.dll file:
    * If you use Windows 98 First Edition, double-click the Win98_32.cab file.
    * If you use Windows 98 Second Edition, double-click the Win98_30.cab file.
    4. Copy IMAGEHLP.DLL to C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\.
    5. Restart Windows.


    I stole this from another site. Hope it helps.
     
  3. diverdown48

    diverdown48 Registered Member

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    Thanks for the help Close_Hauled.
    It worked and was a learning experience.

    Sorry it took so long to say thank you.
    adios amigo

    Tom
     
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    Great! Thanks for following up.
     
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