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ez a hibaüzenet szövege:

WiseCare365.exe Az eljárás belépési pontja (getProcessImageFileNameW) nem található a DLL-ben. (psapi.dll)

többször is újra letöltöttem a programot, de mindíg ez a helyzet. Ám a dick Cleaner és a Registry Cleaner jól működik. Kérem, segítsenek!

Köszönettel: Garai András

 

 

 

Operating system:Microsoft Windows XP (32 bit) Szervizcsomag 3

System root: C:\WINDOWS

Available physical memory: 3071 MB

CPU: Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 3.00GHz

Drive Info:

C: 200,00 GB

E: 265,76 GB

G: 234,38 GB

H: 231,38 GB

I: 19,20 GB

J: 38,04 GB

Internet Explorer: 8.0

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translated from hungarian:

the WiseCare365 not start

this is the error message:

WiseCare365.exe The procedure entry point (Getprocessimagefilenamew) not found in the DLL. (Psapi.dll)

repeatedly re-downloaded the program, but it is always the case. But the dick Cleaner and Registry Cleaner works well. Please help!

Thanks, Andrew Garai

 

 

If a point doesn't work, go to the next:

1) Have you downloaded wise care 365 directly from the homepage (wisecleaner.com)?

2) Press Windows key on your keyboard (and keep it pressed), then press R key, release the two keys (Windows + R), it will open the run window, type SystemPropertiesAdvanced and press enter.

Click the environment variables... button (on your screen)

Find the path variable and check if c:\windows\system32 (or %SystemRoot%\system32) is present between all the paths

If not, add it at the end of the entire string (preceded by a semi colon) and click Always ok.

3) Open a command prompt and type (or copy/paste) this command:

C:\WINDOWS\system32\regsvr32 C:\WINDOWS\system32\psapi.dll 
(press enter key on your keyboard)

4) open a command prompt and launch:

for %1 in (%windir%\system32\*.dll) do regsvr32.exe /s %1

5) Launch sfc /scannow from a command prompt

6) Check if you have got psapi.dll in c:\windows\system32

If not, you can extract it from your Windows installation cd, or other places; check Chkdsk function not working Windows 7 Pro 32 Upgrade from Vista for more informations.

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