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Thread: rtl100.bpl not found

  1. #1
    tash Guest

    rtl100.bpl not found

    I have a windows xp pro when turning on my computer it comes up this
    application has failed to start because rtl100.bpl was not found Re
    installing the application may fix the problem can anyone tell me how to re
    install If i am in the wrong discussion group could you let me know what one
    to go into please

  2. #2
    Mark L. Ferguson Guest

    RE: rtl100.bpl not found

    You probably read web pages written in a language that displays Right To Left
    (hence rtl100) There are several reasons why that file might corrupt, an
    add-on of some kind being the main suspect. Go to start/run, and type:

    iexplore -extoff

    to see it that stops the error.
    If not, try refreshing all system files with :

    sfc /scannow

  3. #3
    nass Guest

    RE: rtl100.bpl not found

    Adding to Mark, what application is that, do you have TV turner or any of
    that developing programs that build an application?.
    If you go an application that corrupt try to uninstall it and reinstall that
    application, on how to know what application try to Look in the event viewer
    for the error message(X), by double clicking it you will get more info about
    what application that causing the trouble on Start Up.
    Also you can search for the file and see what application contain that file
    and try to uninstall and reinstall as pre-mentioned or copy it where the
    system want it to be copied.
    Make sure your machine is clean by running a scan and run disk clean up then
    defrag and as Advised by Mark running the system file checker can repair
    corrupt or damaged files/folders on your system.

  4. #4
    Mark L. Ferguson Guest
    Also, if you have a RealTec sound or network card, you may be seeing this
    Certain third-party applications may not start, and you receive an error
    message when you start the computer Illegal System DLL Relocation:

    I reloaded my Spyware Doctor and overwrote my old one. It fixed the problem. Let me know how you make out.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Jun 2009
    tried the {iexplore-extoff NOTHING} , then tried the {sfc/scannow} Anybody have an idea what should try now , need to fix this problem if poss.
    THANK U for H E L P
    butch @butch's auto & diesel

    1st want , no need to apologize for the way i presented question ! know better , guess sometimes get excited or in a hurry & forget ? the reason didn't list topic , guess was because all anybody was talking about in the majority of these posts were the "rtl100.bpl not found" [will do better next time] . But do still need help w/rtl100.bpl message everytime re-start computer , did try both fixes [listed in the other post about the rtl100] & neither did this computer any good ? any suggestions ?
    again apologize will make sure , do better next time !
    Thank U

  6. #6
    Shenan Stanley Guest

    Re: rtl100.bpl not found

    All uppercase lettering? Ow.

    You didn't quote much of the original message - you may wan tto do that in
    the future.


    Most people are not going to bother looking around (web search, etc) for
    whatever it is you are replying to so they can figure out what your are
    referring to so they might understand (or not) what you are speaking of so
    they might possibly (maybe) be able to assist you.

    I had a few minutes to waste...

    Have a RealTek Sound or Network device?

  7. #7
    Gerry Guest

    Re: rtl100.bpl not found

    Are any devices malfunctioning? Select Start, All Programs, Accessories,
    System Tools, System Information. Open Components under System Summary
    and click on Problem Devices. Is anything listed there?

    Are there any yellow question marks in Device Manager? Right click on
    the My Computer icon on your Desktop and select Properties,
    Hardware,Device Manager. If yes what is the Device Error code?

    Does anything turn up in the Event Viewer Logs?

    You can access Event Viewer by selecting Start, Control Panel,
    Administrative Tools, and Event Viewer. When researching the meaning
    of the error, information regarding Event ID, Source and Description
    are important.

    A tip for posting copies of Error Reports! Run Event Viewer and double
    click on the error you want to copy. In the window, which appears is a
    button resembling two pages. Click the button and close Event
    Viewer.Now start your message (email) and do a paste into the body of
    the message. Make sure this is the first paste after exiting from
    Event Viewer.

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