How to solve DLL problem after crash

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  1. Posts : 446
    Windows 10
       #11

    Ztruker said:
    In this thread Latest Microsoft Edge released for Windows you said you had AOMEI backups. Why aren't you using the AOMEI rescue flash drive to restore your latest AOMEI backup, thus resolving all these problems?
    I agree, this is what images are for. If the cause of the problem is known, and also its solution, there´s no need to use images. The restore should take only minutes, and if it solves the problem, it´s not necessary to look further.

    Only if the restore doesn´t solve solve the problem, or solves it only temporarily, it is necessary to look for the cause, or to apply a more radical "solution", such as a clean install.
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  2. Posts : 248
    Win 10 Pro 64
    Thread Starter
       #12

    das10 said:
    Could it possibly be related to the WS_FTP pogram you say you have reinstalled ? Only, if so, try uninstalling it and thereafter, de-register the wsftpsi.dll following the procedure as shown here (to see if the error goes away ) :
    Tried that and the programme worked fine, but the dll error message still pops up. In all the suggestions I tried there was a small improvement eventually. When the message popped up it would go away if I clicked on it, and after a few seconds the action I was trying to make would then go ahead!

    On Sunday I gave up and used AOMEI to restore using the system image. Took a while but when completed all my files and programmes came back to what they were on 12th June before the MS crash happened. I have had to add back a couple of items I had installed after the 12th, but they worked without any problems.

    I now have a full and stable installation again although it still leaves me in the dark as to what actually happened.
    Hopefully when MS get around to suggesting I update to ver 2004 I won't have any problems with that!

    Tony
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