|I received a prompt to install a newer version of Java (6.24), and decided to remove the one I had already (6.23) previous to the installation. I then proceeded to run the exe file for the new one, and got an error message, saying that the installation could not complete because the wizard was interrupted. I tried again, several times. |
I could not restore the previous version, since I had gotten rid of it.
Then, I tried using downloading and installing the "JRE", instead, and it also came up with an error message, saying the "gdiplus.dll" was not found in the path specified, and gave a bunch of paths.
I then did a search for this dll, and found it in two places, one related to NET framework, and the other related to OFFICE.
I googled the problem, and one site said to go to a specific place to download the file and install it. Another site said not to do that, since problems often arise from downloaded dll's, and it should be replaced from the original source.
I'm running windows2000Pro, and do not have my CD, but I do have a CD for Win2K Server. Can I use this CD instead of the W2KPro CD to run SFC, to find the file?
P.S.,,the file should be in the Win32 folder, from what I've read. Can I just copy the dll from one of the other locations?