Constantly receiving C:\Windows\System32\winrnr.dll Bad Image error messages
Hi. Without warning and upon startup on Thursday, my laptop starting giving me the following error message: "C:\Windows\System32\winrnr.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original
installatin media or contact your system administrator or the software vendor for support." The title in the title bar for the error messages varies depending on which program it's picking on, say "gnotify.exe - Bad Image". The software varies depending
on what's open, usually Outlook, Google Notify, Google Talk, Photoshop Elements.
Aside from driving me insane and not allowing me to open Photoshop Elements, which is a fickle program to begin with, how can I eliminate these error messages? A Google search was not helpful. Thanks for your help!
Heather I used to know computers like the back of my hand... and then I had kids.
It took a couple of hours with some changes to my IE settings, but everything else appears to be in place. At least I'm not getting those error messages every couple of minutes anymore--whew! That was a real drag. :D
I'm glad you guys are here!
Heather: I used to know computers like the back of my hand... and then I had kids.