Solved having a dynamic link problem

January 26, 2019 at 18:18:36
Specs: Windows Vista
I,ve asked this before with no luck and I,ve also tried to find a fix myself many times, only to spend $$ on useless software,with promises to fix it but none did.The laptop I,m trying to fix is toshiba with Vista premium.Now before you say Vista is outdated etc,etc. I agree 100%, but this was my youngest son,s comp.who recently passed away after a long fight.I couldn,t fix this for him before, ,I,d like to say I fixed it,,Foolish Father,, , If anyone can help me I,d appreciate it very much. Here is the problem,,, The procedure entry point K32Enum processModules could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll,,,,I get this prompt everytime at the very end of the Down load The program was 888 poker or pacific poker free play.This program was in computer for 4,5 years but was accidently removed and now can,t get it back again. Thank You

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January 26, 2019 at 18:30:01
"only to spend $$ on useless software"
No need to spend money, everything needed is free.

What country are you in?

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January 27, 2019 at 08:09:04
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The K32EnumprocessModules error is usually caused by attempting to install unsupported software. The best way to fix your problem would be to replace Vista with a newer OS. This was pointed out to you a year ago when you asked the same question. Win7 is the oldest OS supported.
"Important: Supported on the following browsers: Internet Explorer 11.0, Microsoft Edge and the latest version of Firefox, Safari and Chrome."
"Note: We may discontinue support for outdated versions of the above mentioned hardware or software at our sole discretion."

My guess is the only way to "fix" the problem while still keeping Vista would be to install an old version of the 888poker software. However, 888Poker/Pacific Poker doesn't support older versions of their software so that's not an option.

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January 27, 2019 at 11:49:51
Yeah, Microsoft's programmer documentation says, "Starting with Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 . . . this function is defined as K32EnumProcessModules." The programmers that wrote the program you're trying to run made a conscience choice to exclude Vista and older.

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January 27, 2019 at 14:42:28
Thank You all so much for your help I appreciate it very much,

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