LEONARD REYNOLDS asked on February 17, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.
Netjoin.dll Not Compatible Error
» When starting Windows 7, I got this popup error message: C\Windows\system32 netjoin dll Not compatible for Windows. It also seems to prevent me to get a wireless network to start up.
To fix netjoin.dll Error, you can reinstall the system and not to forget to check if the system you installed is the latest version. If you fail to fix netjoin.dll errors this way, you should download netjoin.dll and replace netjoin.dll file in its default folder.
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LINDA PAHLMAN replied on February 23, 2013
- MASTER CARD replied on February 17, 2013: » If this message appeared not long after you bought the computer, so then it would be a Windows problem. If it appeared later on, then it was caused by something you loaded. Try this:
Boot into Safe Mode. Click Start. > Type the three letters cmd into the Search box. > Press Ctrl+Shift+Enter > Click "Run as Administrator". > Type the following command and press Enter:sfc.exe /ScanNow
- MARY CERDA replied on February 17, 2013: » Since you got it quite new, it can be most likely fixed by using System Restore. Try to: Keep tapping F8 during the early boot phase. > Select Repair from the menu. > Enter the Administrator's password when prompted. It is often blank. > Select System Restore when prompted.> Set Windows back to a point before this problem occurred.
System Restore is an extremely useful tool that you should make a note of.
- LEONARD REYNOLDS replied on February 17, 2013: » I tried this but unfortunately no luck. I try to restore to a point where all was working alright, but when done I get a message that my system was not reset.
Windows does start up and then I get the message about the Netjoin dll. When clicking away the message twice all things are ok!
- CHARLEEN SPRECHER replied on February 19, 2013: » I had a similar problem last week although it related to a completely different file that had nothing to do with networking. I expected that System Restore would fix it but it did not. Ultimately I fixed the problem by dropping back to my January 2013 image of Windows. Here are the options I see for you:See if another respondent can think of some solution > Restore an image > Perform a Repair Installation > Live with the problem > Re-install Windows.
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