Notification dll is missing,program will not work correctly


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ankitart

Hello
I have windows 7 professional installed on my Dell Inspiron 1564 laptop.(6
bi
and i3 processor
when laptop boots at that time there is one dialog box prompts tha
Notificatio
dll is missing,program will not work correctly with wireless configuratio
written in title bar of that dialog box

so if anyone having solution then i am waiting for your response..
Thank you in advance.
 
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Big Steel

Hello,
I have windows 7 professional installed on my Dell Inspiron 1564 laptop.(64
bit
and i3 processor)
when laptop boots at that time there is one dialog box prompts that
Notification
dll is missing,program will not work correctly with wireless configuration
written in title bar of that dialog box.

so if anyone having solution then i am waiting for your response...
What DLL is the error message about?

Do you know how to look at the System event logs to look at
additional error messages?
 
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Peter Foldes

ankitart said:
Hello,
I have windows 7 professional installed on my Dell Inspiron 1564 laptop.(64
bit
and i3 processor)
when laptop boots at that time there is one dialog box prompts that
Notification
dll is missing,program will not work correctly with wireless configuration
written in title bar of that dialog box.

so if anyone having solution then i am waiting for your response...
Thank you in advance.

You need help then post the complete error massage as per verbatim. What you posted
has no meaning what so ever.

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Char Jackson

Hello,
I have windows 7 professional installed on my Dell Inspiron 1564 laptop.(64
bit
and i3 processor)
when laptop boots at that time there is one dialog box prompts that
Notification
dll is missing,program will not work correctly with wireless configuration
written in title bar of that dialog box.

so if anyone having solution then i am waiting for your response...
Thank you in advance.
You didn't give enough information to provide a complete solution, but
you might start with a Google search for "notification.dll" and then
add keywords until you narrow down the results.

<http://www.google.com/search?q=notification.dll>
 
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TheGunslinger

Hello,
I have windows 7 professional installed on my Dell Inspiron 1564 laptop.(64
bit
and i3 processor)
when laptop boots at that time there is one dialog box prompts that
Notification
dll is missing,program will not work correctly with wireless configuration
written in title bar of that dialog box.

so if anyone having solution then i am waiting for your response...
Thank you in advance.
Most likely your Internet Security + Anti-Virus incorrectly ID'd the
dll as a trojan, virus, spyware, or such.

CHECK in your QUARANTINE folder and try to restore it.

GL,

IMHO,

MJR
 
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Typically, the unregistered dll is associated with the notification tray icon of the wireless networking software.

One scenario that ought to be considered is that you have installed wireless networking software for wireless hardware you do not have. So, for example, you have installed Broadcom wireless networking software and have an Atheros Wireless networking hardware.

This can happen when you are re-installing software after a hard-drive crash, and as is typical for many Dell and HP models, the manufacturer lists several alternatives that were used for variations on your model, and you download and install more than one. Or, perhaps, the built-in wireless crapped out, and you got a USB wireless replacement.

Anyway, something to consider.
 

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