What is wrong with my internet?

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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 00:27
Do a search for that DLL and install it per the instructions. Then everything will be OK. Somehow you have removed it.
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 00:38
Hi, mfc100u.dll is part of Microsoft Visual C++. This is required for many different programs on your average PC. First of all you need to check which version of Windows you run. This can be 32bit (x86) or 64bit (x64). To find out what one you can find out on your PC directly. click START Go into CONTROL PANEL Click SYSTEM AND SECURITY Click VIEW AMOUNT OF RAM AND PROCESSOR SPEED Click WINDOWS EXPERIENCE INDEX Click VIEW AND PRINT DETAILED PERFORMANCE AND SYSTEM INFORMATION In here, it'll say System Type - 32bit operating system, or 64bit operating system. If you have 64bit click this link: If you have 32bit click this link: Hope this helps :)
Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 00:41
Try sfc /scannow command in the elevated Run prompt. It is the best way. This will check windows protected system files, and if it is corrupted or damaged, it will replace the same thing from the installation store from your installed operating system folder.Just go to Accessories, Run command,right click Run as administrator. You get a box, type sfc /scannow and enter and allow it to run. It should run 100% and then try the internet and your problem may be over If it is not, then go to control panel and internet options. Go to Advanced tab and click Reset to set internet explorer to its default factory settings. If it fixes, then it is ok. Otherwise, get the missing dll files from a reputed dll site and download, But be very careful in choosing the website, some may inject bundled program which may further damage the computer. You could also download dll files from your os dvd, by using 7zip, and viewing the required files as per the advice in the link
Answer #4 | 26/12 2013 05:05
download the mfc100u.dll file from and place it in the windows32 under C drive folder.

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