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Anonymous
a b D Laptop
July 3, 2005 2:29:30 PM

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I was recently running System Mechanic 5 on my Fujitsu Amilo laptop and
i think i inadvertently deleted some system files (why the software
lets me do this i have no idea), and I am now receiving this error "An
exception occurred while trying to run FLDCLNR.dll, WIZARD_RunDLL".
This happens every time i re-boot but while i am accessing different
folders in Windows Explorer my screen continually freezes and i have to
physically switch off the maching. Can anyone explain what is happening
and what on earth I can do to stop this occurring? Thanks to anyone who
can stop me going eventually mad with a fix for this!
Anonymous
a b D Laptop
July 3, 2005 3:01:08 PM

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On 3 Jul 2005 10:29:30 -0700, "john_9999" <heslij@hotmail.com> wrote:

>I was recently running System Mechanic 5 on my Fujitsu Amilo laptop and
>i think i inadvertently deleted some system files (why the software
>lets me do this i have no idea), and I am now receiving this error "An
>exception occurred while trying to run FLDCLNR.dll, WIZARD_RunDLL".
>This happens every time i re-boot but while i am accessing different
>folders in Windows Explorer my screen continually freezes and i have to
>physically switch off the maching. Can anyone explain what is happening
>and what on earth I can do to stop this occurring? Thanks to anyone who
>can stop me going eventually mad with a fix for this!


Well, I am guessing the fix is obvious to u but how easily?

Look at the recycle bin, it may still be there!

Then go Accessories->System Tools->System Restore and see if u can "go
back" in time.
(As usuall, u folks don't give us all the important pertinent info, so
I shall assume u are running XP)

U *may* be able to use the EXPAND command and retrive the files from
install CD but I've never done this myself.

Copy the files from a second machine/buddy.

Lots of choices really.








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Anonymous
a b D Laptop
July 3, 2005 4:33:49 PM

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Recycle Bin empty. I tried the Windows Restore option, didn't help. I
even tried the "undo" option in System Mechanics but after running for
almost 48 hours i had to switch the machine off before it melted (and I
wasn't actually convinced it was really doing anything even tho it told
me it was). I am running XP Home edition SP2. If I can get hold of the
files, where do I put them?? I have not heard of the RESTORE command.
Can I find anything to help on the Microsoft website?
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Anonymous
a b D Laptop
July 3, 2005 4:48:39 PM

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Thanks, I looked at msconfig and didn't see anything related to this
dll, or indeed any dll (was i looking in the right place?). One odd
thing though, when I looked at entried under WIN.INI the foloowing
entries were there:
for 16 bit app support
fonts
extensions
mci extensions
files
mail
MCI extensions
annie

Any idea what "annie" could be???? There are entries under this "annie"
folder

I have never been into msconfig on this laptop ever (in fact i do not
even know what it is!)

I am running XP Home Edition sp2
Anonymous
a b D Laptop
July 3, 2005 10:05:30 PM

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john_9999 wrote:
> I was recently running System Mechanic 5 on my Fujitsu Amilo laptop
> and i think i inadvertently deleted some system files (why the
> software lets me do this i have no idea), and I am now receiving this
> error "An exception occurred while trying to run FLDCLNR.dll,
> WIZARD_RunDLL". This happens every time i re-boot but while i am
> accessing different folders in Windows Explorer my screen continually
> freezes and i have to physically switch off the maching. Can anyone
> explain what is happening and what on earth I can do to stop this
> occurring? Thanks to anyone who can stop me going eventually mad with
> a fix for this!

You can try to check XP for missing or corrupted *system* files. From a
command prompt, type: sfc /scannow[enter]. Have the XP install CD
handy.

Q
July 3, 2005 11:17:37 PM

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Neither of those dlls look like part of windows. Go to Run>msconfig and
under the startup tab, uncheck the programs that look like they are
associated with those dlls.
Terry

"john_9999" <heslij@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1120411770.158095.262440@g43g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
>I was recently running System Mechanic 5 on my Fujitsu Amilo laptop and
> i think i inadvertently deleted some system files (why the software
> lets me do this i have no idea), and I am now receiving this error "An
> exception occurred while trying to run FLDCLNR.dll, WIZARD_RunDLL".
> This happens every time i re-boot but while i am accessing different
> folders in Windows Explorer my screen continually freezes and i have to
> physically switch off the maching. Can anyone explain what is happening
> and what on earth I can do to stop this occurring? Thanks to anyone who
> can stop me going eventually mad with a fix for this!
>
>
July 4, 2005 1:53:58 AM

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Under the startup tab you will see all (or most) programs that start with
Windows. If any have a name that looks like it might relate to the dlls you
mentioned, uncheck it and restart.
Terry

"john_9999" <heslij@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1120420119.475960.224990@g49g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> Thanks, I looked at msconfig and didn't see anything related to this
> dll, or indeed any dll (was i looking in the right place?). One odd
> thing though, when I looked at entried under WIN.INI the foloowing
> entries were there:
> for 16 bit app support
> fonts
> extensions
> mci extensions
> files
> mail
> MCI extensions
> annie
>
> Any idea what "annie" could be???? There are entries under this "annie"
> folder
>
> I have never been into msconfig on this laptop ever (in fact i do not
> even know what it is!)
>
> I am running XP Home Edition sp2
>
>
July 4, 2005 1:57:42 AM

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Was that fldrclnr.dll? Here is a link.
http://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-files_new.php/dllfi...

"tc" <terrycassidy@msn.com> wrote in message
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> Under the startup tab you will see all (or most) programs that start with
> Windows. If any have a name that looks like it might relate to the dlls
> you mentioned, uncheck it and restart.
> Terry
>
> "john_9999" <heslij@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:1120420119.475960.224990@g49g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
>> Thanks, I looked at msconfig and didn't see anything related to this
>> dll, or indeed any dll (was i looking in the right place?). One odd
>> thing though, when I looked at entried under WIN.INI the foloowing
>> entries were there:
>> for 16 bit app support
>> fonts
>> extensions
>> mci extensions
>> files
>> mail
>> MCI extensions
>> annie
>>
>> Any idea what "annie" could be???? There are entries under this "annie"
>> folder
>>
>> I have never been into msconfig on this laptop ever (in fact i do not
>> even know what it is!)
>>
>> I am running XP Home Edition sp2
>>
>>
>
>
>
>
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