MFC42u.DLL

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by LedZep, Apr 7, 2005.

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  1. LedZep

    LedZep Registered Member

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    I'm preparing an upgrade path for an old exchange server (NT4SP6 + Exchange5.5 SP4) and as part of that am changing over the installed av solution (symantec) to a combined NOD32 + Sybari Antigen for exchange with spam solution.

    install path:
    removed all traces of symantec
    install NOD32, no problems
    install MDAC 2.8 (as required by Antigen)
    After reboot receive the following error:

    "the ordinal 6867 could not be located in the dynamic link library MFC42u.DLL"

    After finishing the installation of Antigen, reinstalled NOD32 (v 2.12.3) on top of first version (uninstall produced same error with different ordinal)

    Doing a search for mfc42*.* finds nothing.

    Will installing these files manually in the system32 directory solve this problem, or are additional files required? And where can I obtain these files?

    All help greatly appreciated as these changes are scheduled to be implemented in live environment next week.

    Cheers,

    Johan
     
  2. kjempen

    kjempen Registered Member

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    See this link . Usually there is a text file included in the archive that describes where this file is to be placed. I'm betting it's supposed to be in %WINDIR%\system32
     
  3. Marcos

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    Try booting to VGA mode and copy the following files from the program files\eset\install folder to winnt\system32:

    mfc42.dll
    mfc42u.dll
    msvcrt.dll

    and reboot to normal mode.
     
  4. LedZep

    LedZep Registered Member

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    Thanks Marcos,

    Simply booting into VGA mode did the trick and overwrote the mfc libraries on startup (didnt need to copy them manually)

    Got a few more minor things to sort (non nod32 ones) before doing an all-nighter next week
     
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