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Once again thanks. The simplest way to deal with it is to uninstall it if you do not use it or take it out of your start up list. Incidentally, I did run SFC /scannow, only to have it error out as well--Windows File Protection could not initiate a scan of protected system files. Thanks for all your hard work Chris. his comment is here

The Orqacle installer also has a command line setup. I do have faith that they will come up with a solution but I may have one before they do... I am getting an error messageon start up: Procedure entry point GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library. I copied and pasted it into System 32 but it didn't work! click

The Procedure Entry Point Getprocessimagefilenamew Could Not Be Located In The Dynamic Link Library

Log in Sign up! If so I will post it here... It just calls the uninstall program listed in the registry.

Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Software.All Rights Reserved. This is a Microsoft problem and happens somewhere in the ramp between 2000 and XP. Restart the PC and try this.sfc /scannow /quiet 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - displays sfc info/help by jon_melvin · 9 years ago In reply to RE: "PSAPI.dll was loaded ... Re: Entry point not found Dominic Michael Nov 28, 2007 3:37 AM (in response to fi40) Rename PSAPI.DLL as PSAPI_old.DLL and then check whether it works.

WIFFLEBALL! Psapi.dll Download TechRepublic Search GO CXO Cloud Big Data Security Innovation More Software Data Centers Networking Startups Tech & Work All Topics Sections: Photos Videos All Writers Newsletters Forums Resource Library Tech Pro will it?????Thanks againFay anskyber 18:08 25 Nov 06 It'll be fine! https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/scriptcenter/en-US/8b7a0d4a-2893-4198-bbf4-8d96cc4ef409/the-procedure-entry-point-getprocessimagefilenamew-could-not-be-located-in-the-dynamic-link-library?forum=ITCG Re: Entry point not found fi40 Nov 28, 2007 7:05 AM (in response to fi40) thanks for the reply.

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WMI does exactly the same thing and serches exactly like your script does. https://forum.acronis.com/forum/11607 All rights reserved. The Procedure Entry Point Getprocessimagefilenamew Could Not Be Located In The Dynamic Link Library It does nothing else except find one specific product. thanx #5 - Posted 05 January 2007 - 02:57 AM Back to top Chris Administrators 10727 posts Last active: Joined: 02 Mar 2004 If you have a psapi.dll file in your

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Our management team welcomes your comments and suggestions on how we can improve the overall support we provide to you. You may also want to run the Windows System File Checker to make sure you have the correct version of psapi.dll in your system32 folder. BAH... weblink In case you don't have one you can apply for it at Acronis Web Site.

by jon_melvin · 9 years ago In reply to Something else I tried this as well, same RPC error message was presented.After running a Spyware Doctor scan, a registry entry was I cannot see an answer to this problem - it's down to MS, BT and Motive to sort it out. and where do i look as i cannot get anything installed?

How do I find that autohotkey file? #7 - Posted 13 January 2007 - 03:53 PM Back to top Chris Administrators 10727 posts Last active: Joined: 02 Mar 2004 The AutoHotkey

Re: Entry point not found ThinkInk Dec 8, 2007 4:04 AM (in response to fi40) You could have an issue that's not especially Contribute related. All rights reserved. I know I know the point seems mute and nobody wants to have a version that is not current. Go to start up programs.

What is GetProcessImageFileNameW...for...I don't know if I use it or not? I still have not solved the problem on windows 2000 Advanced Server yet. We received a similar message to the one that you received "missing entry point PSAPI.DLL". check over here If you are trying to uninstall an Oracle component then post in teh Oracle forum for installation issues.

The PC asked for the Windows XP disc which came with the computer so I put that in. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? Navigate to the installation location for SmartBridge via My Computer (\Program Files\Sprint...\Smart...) 2. Please enter a title.

You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Reply With Quote May 5th, 2006,03:32 PM #3 slgrieb View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Feb 2003 Posts 4,103 The Process Status Helper (psapi.dll) is a standard component thanks fi40 Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 3. Re: Entry point not found fi40 Dec 6, 2007 2:37 AM (in response to ThinkInk) HI, I will try that and get back to you if it works, hopefully it will....!

Reply With Quote May 21st, 2006,05:30 PM #11 banker137 View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date May 2006 Location Williamsville, NY Posts 2 T Useless and anyone else I Please read my personal story about life as a diabetic and donate today. If you grabbed the file from a 64bit, try the 32bit - or vice versa. Thinking it might be something to do with images I uninstalled Kodak (which I no longer use) and it still happens.

Then in a command prompt type regsvr32 full_path_to_the_most_recent_file If the path contains any spaces (such as c:\program files\...) then put the path between quotes. As I said before under Useless's question you can disable MotiveSB. So, going to the command prompt and running sfc /scannow should replace the missing dll. Reason: Removed by member request For more information, visit our FAQ's. 0 Are you using the correct version of the Oracle Universal Installer?

Reply With Quote May 14th, 2006,07:18 AM #6 denlong View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date May 2006 Posts 2 Hi Useless I am getting a similar error with I did mine on 32bit, with the file from C:\Windows\System32. Any ideas please? Any ideas please?