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Windows 7: Autorun.dll

29 Jun 2009   #1
tonybug

rc 7
 
 
Autorun.dll

Is missing or corrupted..
anyone have this prob..?
I have dl'd and burned the iso 2x and have the same prob.
let me say that in order to burn iso..i have just renamed the longnamed file to (the longname).iso
i have been dl'ing it with ff and it is adding a ,dlm to the file and i have just been removing that in the filename..HELP!


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29 Jun 2009   #2
sup3rsprt

XP, Seven, 2008R2
 
 

"dlm" seems to stand for download manager. And the file should have been renamed automatically by the software once it has completed downloading. Maybe it never finished? Do you have a download manager and/or Firefox addon installed?
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29 Jun 2009   #3
tonybug

rc 7
 
 

Yes i was using FF and it auto'd a download mgr..i am sure that the dlm is an ext. of that..
but i tried dl'ing it 2x with same results..
I guess i'll reinstall ie and try it with that..(want rc 7 to give windows another try )
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30 Jun 2009   #4
tonybug

rc 7
 
 

Nope, still having the same problem...i give up...
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30 Jun 2009   #5
Uber Philf

W7 RTM Ultimate x64
 
 

hahaha try download it in another browser? or downlaod without using the Download manager?
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30 Jun 2009   #6
tonybug

rc 7
 
 

yes...and had the same autorun.dll problem
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30 Jun 2009   #7
sup3rsprt

XP, Seven, 2008R2
 
 

are you trying to upgrade? Maybe it'll work if you boot from the DVD and do a clean install instead.

an error with autorun seems like a corruption with the currently loaded Windows files or a problem with the DVD drive itself.
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01 Jul 2009   #8
Uber Philf

W7 RTM Ultimate x64
 
 

Try run SFC /scannow, see if that picks up any file problems, and if it does, let it restart, and try your download again.
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