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 - firstname.lastname@example.org - Columbus, NC