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Title: DLLs
Post by: Ryche on June 19, 2009, 06:50:09 PM
I need help.

Google returns no results for these .dll files:

oamhghbr.dll
fposmtgm.dll

They're missing off my computer from:

C:/WINDOWS/System32

Could someone submit those to me, tell me where I can download them or something?

Thanks.

[spoilers:1zre7sur]p.s. If not, that's fine, I'm getting Windows 7 anyway.
THIS IS NOT A 7 vs. XP vs. VISTA TOPIC PLEASE.[/spoilers:1zre7sur]
Title: Re: DLLs
Post by: SsF on June 19, 2009, 07:02:15 PM
just delete system 32 and everything will be fine.

but seriously i don't think either exist... Mainly because i just checked system 32 and found nothing...

EDIT: I also searched for both in my computer, including searching hidden and system folders, and i still didn't find anything...

Are you sure you need those files?
Title: Re: DLLs
Post by: Felix-The-Ghost on June 19, 2009, 07:24:16 PM
If those even exist, why would you need them? They must be some user-made dlls that aren't major enough to index anywhere, even on dll-files.com There are some dlls with similar names when you google them...
If you got a message that says you need them to run a program, can you post a screenshot?
Title: Re: DLLs
Post by: Zadrave on June 19, 2009, 09:47:28 PM
What OS are you running? XP? I don't have the files either, so it should not be major.
Title: Re: DLLs
Post by: Ryche on June 19, 2009, 11:19:43 PM
Well, when I start up my PC:

"
C:WINDOWSsystem32fposmtgm.dll

is missing...

"
And stuff. I think it may be causing my computer to freeze up whenever I plug in a jumpdrive / external storage via USB.

I've heard recommendations such as using the WinXP CD to recover the files, but I don't exactly have it with me, so....
Title: Re: DLLs
Post by: Zadrave on June 19, 2009, 11:41:55 PM
You must have installed something that caused this. Some programs send stuff to your system32 folder, so I'm not sure. Did you install anything recently?

EDIT: You could see if turning off starting programs would help. Go to msconfig and go to startup and change options there to see if it helps.
Title: Re: DLLs
Post by: Ryche on June 20, 2009, 01:53:59 AM
Thanks anyway.

I figured my XP was bulletproof (any time it crashed it would magically work again) and didn't back up my data.

And the partition program I got was invalid.

This time around I'll just get Win7.
Thanks...