How Can I Get Rid of This Message?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by CWLee, Mar 2, 2008.

  1. CWLee

    CWLee Guest

    Running Vista Ultimate, 64-bit, Classic mode, for about two
    months. Everything I've tried seems to work, and I'm happy
    with it. I have a minor irritation; whenever I restart my
    computer I get the following message

    "The procedure entry point GetFileVersionInfoA could not be
    located in the dynamic link library VERSION.dll."

    I click OK and the message goes away, but I'd like to find a
    way to get rid of that message. The message doesn't tell me
    anything I understand, or warn me of any risks that I'm
    aware of - so it is useless to me.

    Help/enlightenment appreciated.

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    CWLee, Mar 2, 2008
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    .Joe Guest

    Welcome to the forums!

    That message could be generated when there are multiple copies of
    version.dll on your system. Do a file search to see if this is your
    cause. Could be a .dll from a program with the same name, it's hard to
    say. But check it out and let us know if deleting all but 1 copy of
    version.dll works for you. Also, if you only have 1 copy on your system,
    let us know that as well. I'll have to dig a little deeper to find a
    solution.


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    .Joe, Mar 2, 2008
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