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Old 03-05-2007, 06:30 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by marlene View Post
I finally found out why Drive Image wouldn't run. MSCORLIB.DLL had somehow become farkled. I suspect the NAV install had something to do with it.

After wasting a lot of time trying to find the .DLL at Microsoft (found lots of info in the KB, but not the actual file, at least not the version I needed), I finally uninstalled and reinstalled Drive Image. Now it runs again, but I wish I had just cut to the chase and done the reinstall first instead of spending all that time googling the problem and trying to find the .DLL online.
This is interesting! How did you determine that MSCORLIB.DLL had been corrupted, (whatever that is) (probably in the NAV install)?? Is this an XP file, or is it added with the Drive Image installation?? I would not have known what to look for, even if suspecting a file had become corrupted somehow, but I would have tried a system restore, assuming I had a date selected, which I almost never do, but I promise myself to start doing it now (I mean tomorrow, you know).

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