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    Error

    This came up on the screen: QBNHLJF.EXE could not load in the win.ini file.

    Any ideas????
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    Re: Error

    Which version of Windows do you have? File name reminds me good old QBASIC days. If you recently delete something from your hard drive, remove the line contained reference to qbnhljf.exe from win.ini (usually in C:Windows directory). Otherwise, run SCANDISK that will try to repair damaged files. If it will be impossible (Scandisk will show you a message), the only way to reinstall the application that can't work without this file.

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    Re: Error

    You have either a "load=qbnlhjf.exe" or "run=qbnlhjf.exe" line in the [Windows] section of win.ini.

    The program qbnlhjf.exe probably existed at one time on your system and has since been deleted.

    Delete the line from win.ini and the message should go away.

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    Re: Error

    Don't some applications or suites like Office create a whole series of alphabet soup files when they install? If an installation fails after or during a restart, then those files could be left out there like this, since they wouldn't have been deleted at successful conclusion of the setup.
    Charlotte

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    Re: Error

    Yep, but the usually leave them in tmp or in an _ISTMP structure.

    Other place leftovers are found is in a RunOnce registry key. Only old apps tend to leave things in win.ini.

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    Re: Error

    I have Windows 98.
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