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    ndll.dll problems only when sending with eudora 7.1.0.9

    having constant repeatable failures to send email with eudora 7.1.0.9
    win complains about problems with ntdll.dll

    there are a lot of problems on the web relating to ntdll.dll
    and a whole bunch of fixes that may or may not be valid

    has anyone had this problem with eudora and if so
    what did you do to fix it

    i suspect that a new install of chrome may be involved

    but i also vaguely recall that i may have had a few random problems with this and eudora in the distant past that went away for a long time on their own

    in the meantime i will work my way down the list of possible solutions i found o the net prioritising them by what i perceive is their likelihood of success as well as which are the easiest to try first

    leaving for last ripping the box apart and replacing the hd cable

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    ntdll.dll is the Windows kernel - main part of Windows. Eudora causing problems with ntdll implies OS problems / corruption. I'd run SFC to check that all is well, and a virus scan for good measure.

    cheers, Paul

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    thanks

    i have the original sp1 winxppro disk

    sp3 was downloaded

    will using sfc with the sp1 disk cause any problems
    i assume i might get an older ntdll.dll but that would be okay if it works




    Quote Originally Posted by Paul T View Post
    ntdll.dll is the Windows kernel - main part of Windows. Eudora causing problems with ntdll implies OS problems / corruption. I'd run SFC to check that all is well, and a virus scan for good measure.

    cheers, Paul

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    I have seen issues with SFC when not having the disc for the installed version, e.g. had to have the same Service Pack/SP in the disc as currently installed. Seems mainly due to the files of later versions of the SP being different from those in the disc. Slipstreaming an SP would probably avoid that.
    http://www.theeldergeek.com/slipstreamed_xpsp2_cd.htm

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