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I am having driver issues for some reason. I get windows error messages each time I start my computer, and when I go to run a program called Nero Start Smart..."I don't know about any other programs, just this one".

Here are the errors I recieve when I start up my computer:

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[B]AirPlusCFG.exe - Entry Point Not Found[/B]
The procedure entry point apsApply could not be located in the dynamic link library wlanapi.dll.
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[B]WZCSLDR2.exe - Entry Point Not Found[/B]

The procedure entry point apsInitialize could not be located in the dynamic link library wlanapi.dll.

This is the error message I recieve when I try to run anything in Nero Start Smart "OEM Suit":

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[B]Nero[/B]

This program requires the file advrcntr2.dll, which was not found on this system
I would really appreciate it if anyone could help fix my problem. It has gotten annoying, and I can't burn cd's because of this poping up everytime I click something in Nero...Thanks!
 

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I have tried to reinstall nero once, but it ended up with the same result...about the network card, no...I am not sure what to reinstall there...what exactly would I need to reinstall? How can I find out what network adaptor I have? Thanks for your response!
 

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Thanks.

I couldn't get much out of the link you gave me...and when I searched for the driver, it came up with zero results.

Regarding the Nero issue, if you use XP's search feature are you able to find the advrcntr2.dll file?

There's some advice here for the network adaptor issue:
http://www.vistaforums.com/forum/Topic1083-21-1.aspx

I notice you have SP3 and it seems that may be related to the problem but there are some possible workarounds in the link above.

Hope that helps :smile:
 

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I would recommend checking the dlink web site for the latest drivers. I had the same problem, downloaded the new one and works fine now. The issue is actually a problem with Windows XP SP3 in my case, but the update did the trick.
 
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