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Appcrash Of Cmd.exe Kernel32.dll - How To Remove Pc Errors !

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  1. Princess Suzyneta
    January 7th, 2011 at 10:05 | #1

    Kernel32.dll?
    My Anti-Virus said that:

    Kernel32.dll Changed
    User32.dll Changed
    Shell32.dll Changed
    Ntoskrnl.dll Changed

    Please do not tell me to get another anti-virus. Mine is AVG but update regularly. I only want to know how to remove these things from my anti-virus scanning result. As far as I know these are not viruses. Just need to know how to remove them.

    • pderover
      January 16th, 2011 at 10:35 | #2

      This is a known issue with AVG and causes concerns with a lot of people who use it. There is nothing to be alarmed about, but I would recommend investing a little bit of money and actually buying anti-virus software.

      Your PC performs regular Windows updates that changes some of the files installed on your computer and will result in files being flagged as ‘changed’

      HTH

  2. Toshay322
    February 18th, 2011 at 14:39 | #3

    How do i get my computer to find kernel32.dll which would allow me to install direct x 9?
    My computer runs graphics slow because I have direct x 8 I try to upgrade to 9 and it says it could not find kernel32.dll is there any way someone can help me find kernel32.dll or a way to install direct x 9 without this thing I have windows xp home edition which should (in theory) run direct x 9. Please only real answers

    •  
      February 20th, 2011 at 15:08 | #4

      Try XP’s built in System File Checker:

      Go to Start>Run and type in:
      sfc/scannow.

      This will check all your crucial Windows system files to see if they’ve been corrupted.

      If they have, it should be able to replace them with backups, but if it can’t find them on your hard drive then it will need to copy them from your Windows XP CD.

  3. nepa28male
    February 21st, 2011 at 19:38 | #5

    How do i fix a kernel32.dll problem?
    I downloaded a game and after I install it i get an error message saying GetProcessid could not be located in the dynamic link library Kernel32.dll. How do i fix this?

  4. freebooter48
    February 22nd, 2011 at 20:07 | #6

    How can I tweak where Yahoo Mesenger installer looks for the required kernel32.dll file?
    The computer I’m using stores kernel32.dll in a folder called Windows/system32, while the installer looks for it in the main Windows folder. I’m unable to move or copy the kernel32 file.

    • tails5
      February 24th, 2011 at 20:15 | #7

      I’m afraid the answer is: You can’t. It reads whatever kernel32.dll happens to be in %WINDIR%System32 by default. That’s just how windows works.. but if you absolutely need it the C:Windows folder, then format a floppy disk and select “Make MS-DOS Boot Disk” then reboot your computer with it still inserted, and when the command prompt (A:>) comes up, type the following lines, pressing enter after each:

      C:
      cd windows
      copy system32kernel32.dll

      After that, it will say 1 file copied, do NOT delete the kernel32 in the system32 directory, it will stop windows from working. After typing the lines, simply restart your computer (ctrl+alt+del) or just power it off, and put it back on. It’s safe from the DOS prompt.

  5. Gregory T
    February 22nd, 2011 at 20:08 | #8

    kernel32.dll?
    I was installing direct9x and then in the middle of the installation it popped up a window saying something about kernel32.dll and then it popped back to the setup then the setup said fail to install direct9x.

    also I have this game called get amped and when I start it nothing happand. help!!!!!!!

  6. Lori H
    February 22nd, 2011 at 20:10 | #10

    My computer won’t recognize Kernel32.dll (it is there) and i cannot connect to the internet at all.?
    I downloaded Kernel32.dll which was already on my computer but it won’t read it. i cannot connect to the internet at all and some others say it is because of not having this file. Any help at all would be greatly appreciated.

    • Beach Bum Daddy
      February 21st, 2011 at 10:29 | #11

      kernel32.dll is loaded everytime Windows loads.

      Don’t understand your question. If you are able to use Windows, you are using kernel32.dll because it is handles memory management, input/output operations, and interrupts.

      If you get a kernel32.dll error when running a program, then it is the program at fault.

  7. chrmedbabygirl
    February 25th, 2011 at 13:34 | #12

    I am missing a kernel32 dll file how do I get it?
    I have tried downloading messenger 8. But when I try to install it is says that i am missing a kernel 32 dll file. How do I go about getting it so I can install messenger.

    • c_los915
      February 25th, 2011 at 02:30 | #13

      Hope this helps

  8. frog_david00
    February 25th, 2011 at 19:30 | #14

    How do I fix a computer that won’t start up because it is missing “Kernel32.dll”??
    I have a computer that will not start in safe mode, normal mode and cannot have previous settings restored. It is missing “Kernel32dll”. I have tried putting this file on a memory stick and putting it in the computer but the computer will not detect. Is there any way I can save the files on this computer or fix it without having to use any disk such as win2k or a windows start up disc. If I do need to use this where can I obtain them?

    David

    • ?PcGuru?
      February 24th, 2011 at 21:34 | #15

      You must register the dill after adding it.

  9. spanner
    February 25th, 2011 at 19:40 | #16

    How can I restore or reinstall KERNEL32.DLL? Do you know of any free downloads?
    I suddenly find it impossible to navigate on Adobe Flash Player 9 based web pages. Furthermore, I cannot download it once more because of a defective or missing KERNEL32.DLL file. Although free downloads for the KERNEL32.DLL file exists, the zip files allegedly necessay for opening it cost in the region of 20 dollars.

    Does anyone know of a way I can download or repair the KERNEL 32.DLL file without going into extra expense?

    I would appreciate input.

    Thanks.

  10. BT
    February 25th, 2011 at 22:53 | #18

    How can I fix this problem that I have with KERNEL32.DLL?
    Everytime I try to open certain programs this error message appears:

    “Certain Program” caused an invalid page fault in
    module KERNEL32.DLL at 016f:bff7b9a6.

    If I re-install it the same thing continues to happen. I have scanned for errors in my registry and fixed most of them but this error doesnt change and my programs arent working.

    • cd_austin
      February 25th, 2011 at 00:08 | #19

      There are about a million reasons you might be having problems with KERNEL32.DLL. Here are some websites that might help you out:

      http://www.5starsupport.com/info/kernel32.htm
      http://www.all-windows.com/kernel32.html

      One possible cause could be a bogus spyware application that is interfering with your computer’s normal operation. If you don’t have a commerical-grade spyware scanner installed already, try doing a free scan to see what gets uncovered. I personally prefer XoftspySE when it comes to robust, reliable spyware scanners. The free scanners work well for some things, but I have had problems getting rid of certain problems using them.

      You can get a free scan here:

      http://www.bestspywarereport.com/xoftspy

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