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Thread poster: Odette Grille

Odette Grille  Identity Verified
Canada
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Apr 4, 2007

Not sure this is the right forum but...
Got to start somewhere...
My computer gave me an unusual message, this morning.
I did not transcribe the whole text, but it was informing me that the RTHDCPL.exe....
had been relocated because it was using illegally the spece reserved to windows
Something about DLL Relocation of DLLuser 32...
I wonder who thgis DLL user 32 is and what I should do with it if I find it in my programs...
I am using an HP pc with windows 2005 edition.
Thanks
Ode


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Francoise Perigaut
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Same here Apr 4, 2007

I had the same message this morning, I guess it's due to the last Windows Update?

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Odette Grille  Identity Verified
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Feels better Apr 4, 2007

Françoise Périgaut wrote:

I had the same message this morning, I guess it's due to the last Windows Update?


Well thank you Françoise. I feel better already knowing that I am not alone !


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Giles Watson  Identity Verified
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You are certainly not alone... Apr 4, 2007

You're quite right, Françoise.

Microsoft have issued a hotfix to solve this little problem. You can read an explanation and download the hotfix from:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935448

Best,

Giles


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Wilmer Brouwer
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Same problem Apr 4, 2007

Had the same problem, thanks for posting the solution!

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lexical  Identity Verified
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Thanks Giles Apr 4, 2007

I had the same problem this morning, now fixed. What would we do without other Prozians?

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Odette Grille  Identity Verified
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Merci beaucoup Apr 4, 2007

[quote]Giles Watson wrote:


Microsoft have issued a hotfix to solve this little problem. You can read an explanation and download the hotfix from:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935448

Best,

Giles

Thank you Giles
uf !


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Gillian Scheibelein  Identity Verified
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same problem Apr 5, 2007

thanks for posting the solution.
Jill


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Hermann  Identity Verified
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Cheers - was about to pop the same question Apr 5, 2007

thanks so much!

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Narasimhan Raghavan  Identity Verified
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No need for hotfix Apr 8, 2007

My friend Mr.Mukundan, solved the problem for me in an elegant manner.

He went to MSconfig>startup>uncheck RTHDCPL from the list. And restarted the system. The startup dialog vanished. He said it does not involve any useful feature and may be probably a dormant virus. As such no hotfix required.

He also said that it is not a built-in windows feature. Hence his suspicion that it might be virus.

Have a nice Easter Sunday

Regards,
N.Raghavan


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Odette Grille  Identity Verified
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Elegant indeed Apr 8, 2007

[Narasimhan Raghavan wrote:


He went to MSconfig>startup>uncheck RTHDCPL from the list. And restarted the system....may be probably a dormant virus.... Hence his suspicion that it might be virus.
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Hello Narasimhan,

Thank you for the tip which confirms my suspicions. Hotfix fixed the problem, but RTHDCPL was still there. However, not in my 'add-remove programs' but in the windows task manager. I removed it and my tower stopped making all kinds of funny noises.

A nice Easter to you too...
de


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