need DLL.fileGDIPLUS.DLL

Pentium 32. omb ram / 32 omb ram
October 25, 2010 at 11:29:33
Specs: Windows 95, Pentium 32 OMB Ram
I/m computer illiterate here, be patient. I use a pedal bike to keep this dinosaur I call a computer operating. Trying to install Error Teck to correct and speed existing system. When I try to install Error Teck, I'm told I need DLLfile.GDIPLUS.DLL. Also create process failed;code 1157 one of the libraries can't be found. I'm assuming my system is too archaic for all this, but thought I'd give it try.
Thanx Rhonda

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#1
October 25, 2010 at 12:06:07
I am assuming you really are using Windows 95.
GDIPLUS.DLL is only compatible with Windows 2000 and later. I would expect that there are other requirements as well that exclude Windows 95.

If the application is ErrorTeck from errorteck.com you are just as well off without it. Registry cleaners generally do mare harm than good.


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#2
October 25, 2010 at 15:48:10
Registry cleaners make no noticeable difference to speed - leave well alone.

Another 32M RAM might help if still available.

Ms Hulot's boat


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#3
October 25, 2010 at 16:22:18
LMiller,
Thanx so much for replying back. I truly am running Windows 95. Probably the only person left who is. I was hoping for a miracle. I think I'll go ahead and try to uninstall Errorteck, and yes I did get it from errorteck.com. I'm moving out of state in the next 4 weeks and will be retiring what I have. It ruly deserves to RIP. Again thank you for the information.
Rhonda

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#4
October 25, 2010 at 16:29:40
Derek,
Thanx for your reply and information. I guess I won't be putting this thing through the "dry/wet" cleaners. I'll just pedal faster on the bike I have hooked up at present. Since, I'm moving and not taking this with me, I'll not be trying for a different 32M Ram. But I appreciate the suggestion.
Rhonda

You guys are awesome for replying back!!! You and LMiller must have rolled off your chairs laughing at me.


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#5
October 25, 2010 at 17:02:21
Not laughing at you. I've still got an old W98SE that works just fine when I get time to shove some more coal in it or replace the elastic band.

Ms Hulot's boat


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#6
October 25, 2010 at 19:52:28
DEREK......

Rubberbands???? I got plenty of those, thanx for the tip. Are they for me while I pedal or do you just fling them in back with the dust bunnies?


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#7
October 26, 2010 at 08:14:45
LOL. There are two schools of thought on this. You either throw them in at random or carefully place them over the pulley wheels.

Ms Hulot's boat


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#8
October 27, 2010 at 03:39:26
Derek,
Since we're talking rubber bands, I'm gonna fire em in with a sling shot. That would definitely be random, I like the idea of gambling at the moment.
Thanx again, you've been fun to message with, love a sense of humor.
Rhonda

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