Sprtcmd.exe - Entry Point Not Found error This is a discussion on Sprtcmd.exe - Entry Point Not Found error within the Windows XP Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum The error comes up when any user logs onto the machine. Otherwise, I would replace it and may still. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads useful reference
Please help the TSF site by donating How to back up and restore the registry in Windows XP and Windows Vista How to back up and restore the registry in Windows Sage Onsite training is the ultimate tailored experience for you and your business making sure you get the most out of your software.Read more >> Return to top Contact Sage Contact whats up with "procedure entry point SMapLS_IP_EBP_12 could not be located .. 12. When prompted, insert your Windows XP Home Installation disc (even if Windows File Protection asks for a Windows Whistler Professional disc) to restore the file. 2) Use the REGSVR32 program to directory
You have an older version of scrrun.dll on your hard drive and it doesn't contain the code needed to run certain programs. A new page should appear. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. Mosaic1, Dec 22, 2002 #5 jmgroves Thread Starter Joined: Dec 21, 2002 Messages: 8 found 2-scrrun.dll--1 in c:\windows\system32 and the other in c:\windows\windows update setup files\scripten.cab-tried the hkey-new string and it
But it involves opening up files in a hex editor and making some changes. Mosaic1, Dec 23, 2002 #14 Rollin' Rog Joined: Dec 9, 2000 Messages: 45,855 A previous poster here managed to get XP's kernel32.dll replaced evidently by just renaming it and running sfc But you might try this. Have you already really done this?
Sp3 / both compleatly updated My System hello Olie3 , i would like to thank you for this it will help us in helping others in the fucture also remember that The Procedure Entry Point Could Not Be Located In The Dynamic Link Library Maybe someone else has done this and will be able to give you another idea on how do do this. If you will send me a private message with your email, I will send it to you. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/sprtcmd-exe-entry-point-not-found-error-220456.html SOLUTION (Olie3's answer pieced together from others' input and trial-and-error): This problem arises after installing Dell Support Center (released Nov. 2007) on certain older Dell computers.
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... This is the first place XP is supposed to look when restoring a missing or altered protected file. Start the repair option again, This time do not choose repair, choose Add Component. The procedure entry point DoOpenPipeStream could not be located in the dynamic l I have Performed a "Disk Cleanup" I have run at the "Command Prompt" SFC /SCANNOW I have performed
It may sound intimidating. http://www.stratacafe.com/forum/pop_printer_friendly.asp?ARCHIVE=true&TOPIC_ID=5710 Close Login Didn't find the article you were looking for? Cscan.exe Entry Point Not Found Api-ms-win-crt-runtime If you have a hex editor and the correct file version from the site Rog posted, then follow the Winguides directions to disable File Protection. If you had the correct file version on the hard drive everything would work perfectly.
He shoujld have the correct file version and why an IE6 update and reinstalls didn't is a mystery. see here This can be done as follows: Start > Run Type "msconfig.exe" without quotation marks. I am also working on another angle but am not sure I can get it to work. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum.
Sp3 / both compleatly updated My System hello Olie3 , could you please write out the steps to wich you found this and how to get there ? The install failed when trying to run the postinstall bash scripts. It was a quick fix since I haven't had any time to sit down and spend time doing the "correct" fix that was suggested above. this page PROBLEM: click on Keep your computer up to date I get the following: window title: "Help and Support:HelpCtr.exe - Entry Point Not Found" after the white X in the red circle
But That file is protected and XP has very specific rules about replacing protected files. I have run windows repair without success, I have installed all windows updates (except SP2). Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Advertisement jmgroves Thread Starter Joined: Dec 21, 2002 Messages: 8 i have windows xp home and when trying to open compatabilty wizard and
Press enter. If so, when you have a moment, can you phone Dell and inquire about a patch? Any help would be much appreciated. You need to update that file.
Sp3 / both compleatly updated My System hello thank you for letting us that you have solved yourisse to a point __________________ Mike, I will stick with you till the issue You can still access a prompt, but if you cannot boot even to Safe Mode, you cannot access a prompt. The error says something to the extent - "cannot end sprtcmd.exe program." I tried the fix above but I am still getting the message when shutting down the computer. Get More Info I would have you install Recovery Console and try replacing the file from there.
Sign Up Now! In the meantime, to solve, remove Sprtcmd from Startup. Mine is an Inspiron 8200 laptop with XP SP2 operating system, purchased January 2003 and thus now out-of-warranty. I have had the flu and when I feel up to it, will probably totally remove the Dell Support Center since I am out of warranty.
Click OK Go to Startup tab Uncheck the dsca box. (I also unchecked the sprtcmd box.) Click OK > Restart After restarting, a system configuration utility window will appear.