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Thread: user32.dll "relocated" in memory

  1. #1
    Jim Lewis Guest

    user32.dll "relocated" in memory

    Windows auto update supposedly updated my machine yesterday then
    told me to reboot. When I did, I received a message telling me
    that "c:/windows/system32/user32.dll" had been "relocated in
    memory" and whatever program it was associated with would no
    longer work properly.

    Everything seemed to work fine. But every time I boot up the
    machine, I got that message!

    I found a copy of user32.dll, downloaded it, then went into
    system32 and renamed the user32.dll I found there, then copied
    the downloaded file in its place. I rebooted and all was well.

    Then auto-update got me again and I repeated the process. (I've
    changed auto update to (where it should have been) to ask me
    first, but there ARE 2 updates I'm supposed to need: KB 927978
    and 925672. But if they keep on causing this problem . . .

    Some assistance (or suggestions) please?

    Jim Lewis - lewisjk@alltel.net - Columbus, NC

  2. #2
    Nepatsfan Guest

    Re: user32.dll "relocated" in memory

    In news:72a31$46156ba8$471c459a$6491@ALLTEL.NET,
    Jim Lewis <lewisjk@alltel.net> wrote:
    > Windows auto update supposedly updated my machine yesterday
    > then
    > told me to reboot. When I did, I received a message telling
    > me
    > that "c:/windows/system32/user32.dll" had been "relocated in
    > memory" and whatever program it was associated with would no
    > longer work properly.
    >
    > Everything seemed to work fine. But every time I boot up the
    > machine, I got that message!
    >
    > I found a copy of user32.dll, downloaded it, then went into
    > system32 and renamed the user32.dll I found there, then
    > copied
    > the downloaded file in its place. I rebooted and all was
    > well.
    >
    > Then auto-update got me again and I repeated the process.
    > (I've
    > changed auto update to (where it should have been) to ask me
    > first, but there ARE 2 updates I'm supposed to need: KB
    > 927978
    > and 925672. But if they keep on causing this problem . . .
    >
    > Some assistance (or suggestions) please?
    >
    > Jim Lewis - lewisjk@alltel.net - Columbus, NC


    You might want to download and run the hotfix available from
    Microsoft after you install the updates.

    The Realtek HD Audio Control Panel may not start, and you
    receive an error message when you start the computer: "Illegal
    System DLL Relocation"
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935448/

    Good luck

    Nepatsfan



  3. #3
    Jim Lewis Guest

    Re: user32.dll "relocated" in memory

    Nepatsfan wrote:
    > In news:72a31$46156ba8$471c459a$6491@ALLTEL.NET,
    > Jim Lewis <lewisjk@alltel.net> wrote:
    >> Windows auto update supposedly updated my machine yesterday
    >> then
    >> told me to reboot. When I did, I received a message telling
    >> me
    >> that "c:/windows/system32/user32.dll" had been "relocated in
    >> memory" and whatever program it was associated with would no
    >> longer work properly.
    >>
    >> Everything seemed to work fine. But every time I boot up the
    >> machine, I got that message!
    >>
    >> I found a copy of user32.dll, downloaded it, then went into
    >> system32 and renamed the user32.dll I found there, then
    >> copied
    >> the downloaded file in its place. I rebooted and all was
    >> well.
    >>
    >> Then auto-update got me again and I repeated the process.
    >> (I've
    >> changed auto update to (where it should have been) to ask me
    >> first, but there ARE 2 updates I'm supposed to need: KB
    >> 927978
    >> and 925672. But if they keep on causing this problem . . .
    >>
    >> Some assistance (or suggestions) please?
    >>
    >> Jim Lewis - lewisjk@alltel.net - Columbus, NC

    >
    > You might want to download and run the hotfix available from
    > Microsoft after you install the updates.
    >
    >


    Thanks. That seems to have done it.

    jim

  4. #4
    Nepatsfan Guest

    Re: user32.dll "relocated" in memory

    In news:a6a04$46159e7c$471c459a$1966@ALLTEL.NET,
    Jim Lewis <lewisjk@alltel.net> wrote:
    > Nepatsfan wrote:
    >> In news:72a31$46156ba8$471c459a$6491@ALLTEL.NET,
    >> Jim Lewis <lewisjk@alltel.net> wrote:
    >>> Windows auto update supposedly updated my machine yesterday
    >>> then
    >>> told me to reboot. When I did, I received a message
    >>> telling
    >>> me
    >>> that "c:/windows/system32/user32.dll" had been "relocated
    >>> in
    >>> memory" and whatever program it was associated with would
    >>> no
    >>> longer work properly.
    >>>
    >>> Everything seemed to work fine. But every time I boot up
    >>> the
    >>> machine, I got that message!
    >>>
    >>> I found a copy of user32.dll, downloaded it, then went into
    >>> system32 and renamed the user32.dll I found there, then
    >>> copied
    >>> the downloaded file in its place. I rebooted and all was
    >>> well.
    >>>
    >>> Then auto-update got me again and I repeated the process.
    >>> (I've
    >>> changed auto update to (where it should have been) to ask
    >>> me
    >>> first, but there ARE 2 updates I'm supposed to need: KB
    >>> 927978
    >>> and 925672. But if they keep on causing this problem . . .
    >>>
    >>> Some assistance (or suggestions) please?
    >>>
    >>> Jim Lewis - lewisjk@alltel.net - Columbus, NC

    >>
    >> You might want to download and run the hotfix available from
    >> Microsoft after you install the updates.
    >>
    >>

    >
    > Thanks. That seems to have done it.
    >
    > jim


    You're welcome.

    Nepatsfan



  5. #5
    Poprivet Guest

    Re: user32.dll "relocated" in memory

    Nepatsfan wrote:
    > In news:72a31$46156ba8$471c459a$6491@ALLTEL.NET,
    > Jim Lewis <lewisjk@alltel.net> wrote:
    >> Windows auto update supposedly updated my machine yesterday
    >> then
    >> told me to reboot. When I did, I received a message telling
    >> me
    >> that "c:/windows/system32/user32.dll" had been "relocated in
    >> memory" and whatever program it was associated with would no
    >> longer work properly.

    ....
    >
    > You might want to download and run the hotfix available from
    > Microsoft after you install the updates.
    >
    > The Realtek HD Audio Control Panel may not start, and you
    > receive an error message when you start the computer: "Illegal
    > System DLL Relocation"
    > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935448/


    Yes. Most everyone should be sure to get that fix. Problems appear with
    many programs ranging from some Adobe stuff to XXCopy.exe. MS blew it
    again, dang them!

    Pop`


    >
    > Good luck
    >
    > Nepatsfan





  6. #6
    El Cugino Guest

    Re: user32.dll "relocated" in memory


    Thanks a bunch for solving my paroblem. I posted above under a
    different error message and didn't get the answer. I should have read
    on down further. I and about ten others send thanks.

    Vince

    Fri, 6 Apr 2007 13:39:14 -0400, "Poprivet"
    <poprivet@devnull.spamcop.net> wrote:

    >Nepatsfan wrote:
    >> In news:72a31$46156ba8$471c459a$6491@ALLTEL.NET,
    >> Jim Lewis <lewisjk@alltel.net> wrote:
    >>> Windows auto update supposedly updated my machine yesterday
    >>> then
    >>> told me to reboot. When I did, I received a message telling
    >>> me
    >>> that "c:/windows/system32/user32.dll" had been "relocated in
    >>> memory" and whatever program it was associated with would no
    >>> longer work properly.

    >...
    >>
    >> You might want to download and run the hotfix available from
    >> Microsoft after you install the updates.
    >>
    >> The Realtek HD Audio Control Panel may not start, and you
    >> receive an error message when you start the computer: "Illegal
    >> System DLL Relocation"
    >> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935448/

    >
    >Yes. Most everyone should be sure to get that fix. Problems appear with
    >many programs ranging from some Adobe stuff to XXCopy.exe. MS blew it
    >again, dang them!
    >
    >Pop`
    >
    >
    >>
    >> Good luck
    >>
    >> Nepatsfan

    >
    >
    >



  7. #7
    El Cugino Guest

    Re: user32.dll "relocated" in memory

    This problem has been posted several times in different subjects. I
    found the answere in one of them. Click on ok and go to this site

    > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935448/


    Download the file to your desktop and run it. the error which is
    caused by Real Player will go away.




    On Fri, 6 Apr 2007 13:39:14 -0400, "Poprivet"
    <poprivet@devnull.spamcop.net> wrote:

    >Nepatsfan wrote:
    >> In news:72a31$46156ba8$471c459a$6491@ALLTEL.NET,
    >> Jim Lewis <lewisjk@alltel.net> wrote:
    >>> Windows auto update supposedly updated my machine yesterday
    >>> then
    >>> told me to reboot. When I did, I received a message telling
    >>> me
    >>> that "c:/windows/system32/user32.dll" had been "relocated in
    >>> memory" and whatever program it was associated with would no
    >>> longer work properly.

    >...
    >>
    >> You might want to download and run the hotfix available from
    >> Microsoft after you install the updates.
    >>
    >> The Realtek HD Audio Control Panel may not start, and you
    >> receive an error message when you start the computer: "Illegal
    >> System DLL Relocation"
    >> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935448/

    >
    >Yes. Most everyone should be sure to get that fix. Problems appear with
    >many programs ranging from some Adobe stuff to XXCopy.exe. MS blew it
    >again, dang them!
    >
    >Pop`
    >
    >
    >>
    >> Good luck
    >>
    >> Nepatsfan

    >
    >
    >



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