Missing entry: RunDLLEntry

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by Wiggins, Jan 9, 2008.

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    Wiggins Guest

    Everytime Windows Vista Home Premium starts up I receive this error message:
    "Error in C:\Windows\system32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\3\LXCFtime.dll
    Missing entry: RunDLLEntry"
    Can anyone please help me with this?
    Email me at:
    Thanks.
     
    Wiggins, Jan 9, 2008
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    sizkar9 Guest

    i got exactly the same problem! had the computer for 2 weeks and it appeared
    after 1st week!!! also windows vista is NOT compatible with i-tunes so my
    i-pod which was working fine on xp now crashes my pc every time i import
    songs!! have since been told that vista will be fine in 3 years time and i
    should get rid of it and go back to xp!! great - a computer thats 2 weeks old
    and doesn't do the one thing i bought it for!!! wot a joke!!!
     
    sizkar9, Jan 14, 2008
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    gregrocker Guest

    For those of you who come across this result when Googling this erro
    code, I have found the solution after several reinstalls of the Lexmar
    printer software. The problem is with this software's behavior at STAR
    UP, which should be the clue to find exactly where it is being starte
    up. As I keep my Start-Up list edited very tightly in Window
    Defender>Options>Software Explorer>Startup Items, allowing only th
    Microsoft entries, I had to look in those and found the very DLL entr
    it was referring to. Simply highlight each entry in succesion and rea
    the full description in the righthand reading pane, until you find thi
    rundll, then Remove it and the error code will not repeat. No effec
    will be seen on your Lexmark because it is simply keeping its softwar
    from starting up with the computer (an unnecessary resource hog) and ha
    nothing to do with the software starting when you actually want t
    print

    You cannot replicate this in Run>MsConfig>Start-up because the MS dll'
    are not detailed there for editing. As always, the best interface an
    control panel for your start-up items is Windows Defender's Softwar
    Explorer so you should install it if only for that, tho its Real Tim
    protection also has zero footprint and functions fully in the backgroun
    until you try to download a threat
     
    gregrocker, Jun 25, 2008
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    Melissa Guest

    This was the best advice in dealing with this issue!! Thanks for helping me
    get rid of that error message, and for also helping me get my startup to be a
    lot faster, using the Windows Defender. THANKS!!!!
     
    Melissa, Jul 29, 2008
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  5. DUde thanks so much.:D:DI was hellu pissed because I bought my PC a few
    days ago.
     
    austinHACKhall, Jan 28, 2009
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    donmarvin Guest

    Thanks, gregrocker! :
     
    donmarvin, Mar 12, 2009
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    Janine Guest

    Hi, I was following Gregrockers advice but being a bit of a novice go
    as far as services but could not find lexmark in the list.
    Any advice please?
    Thank
     
    Janine, Mar 24, 2009
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    alandsuse Guest

    I too have followed the advice, I have found the offending programme
    however, Windows Defender will not allow me to disable it

    Any ideas
     
    alandsuse, Mar 29, 2009
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    kaderimnrd Guest

    Thanks, gregrocker
     
    kaderimnrd, Mar 30, 2009
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    alandsuse Guest

    Gregrockers advice seems to have worked for a few of you, but I have
    followed it through, found the offending file , but windows defender
    will not let me disable it............. any ideas anyone!?!??!?:mad:
     
    alandsuse, Apr 9, 2009
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    Igotit

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    if any one went through the process and hit a road block like ...alandsuse...and myself...i found a probably fix....do everything that gregrocker said and then..... In order to disable or remove you have to select show for all users, i noticed this because the very first item in my list was (name) dell dock then looking through the full discription to right on Start up type:______ this said user profile, I clicked the bottom left button that said show for all users....then I was able to disable or remove any one of them.
     
    Igotit, Jul 24, 2010
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