GAYLEN GARRETT asked on January 1, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.
Rasplap.dll Rrror 0x800700b7
» Whenever I boot my Windows 7 I receive this error message Error 0x800700b7 C:\Windows\system31\rasplap.dll either not designed to run on windows or it contains an error. I click OK and then it works fine. How do I correct this and get rid of this message? Thank you.
Yes, SFC (System File Checker) scan is really a super-useful command you can use in any Windows version. Missing and corrupt DLL files) can be fixed by this action quite often. But when the case is virus related, such as Trojan:Win32/Dynamer!dtc, or when the files in cookie have been cleaned away as useless, it will be out of function.
In this case, you need to remove the virus at first, and then fix the error by the downloading the missing file, and then do some remedy to polish the system. Therefore, DLL Suite is introduced to you. It allows you to free download any missing or corrupted .dll file, sys files and exe files. Furthermore, It can make up any losses to the operating system. And it is quite easy to use.
Download DLL Suite, install and run > Click Dashboard menu and > Click Scan DLL Errors button > Click Fix DLL Errors button after the scan. And all the problems are fixed, because of the built-in features in the Dashboard menu.
CHERYL GARGRAVE replied on January 7, 2013
- THERESA ORTSCHEID replied on January 3, 2013: » You should find rasplap.dll, under C:\Windows\system32. If you delete rasplap.dll, it should get replaced after you restart the computer. You may type "C:\Windows\system32\rasplap.dll" without quotes when you see the following: Type the following command to replace the file with a known good copy of the file
- MITCH KENNEDY replied on January 3, 2013: » Putting your system in clean boot state helps in identifying if any third party applications or startup items are causing the issue. If yes, you may have to contact the program manufacturer for any updates or uninstall and re-install the program.
Refer the following Microsoft KB article for more information on how to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135
- KYLIE TURTON replied on January 4, 2013: » Try performing SFC (System File Checker) scan on the computer.
SFC /scannow is a super-useful command you can use in any Windows version. When the SFC (System File Checker) command is used with the /scannow switch, the tool will scan all of the important Windows files on your computer and replace them as necessary. Missing and corrupt operating system files (like many DLL files) are arguably the biggest cause of major Windows issues. Considering that, plus the fact that SFC /scannow is completely automatic and very easy to use, the tool should usually be one of your first troubleshooting steps.
- GAYLEN GARRETT replied on January 6, 2013: » Where can I find a good copy of the file that I need?
C:\Windows\system32\rasplap.dll, because the last step is as follows:Type the following command to replace the file with a known good copy of the file.
- ROBERT SIEPMANN replied on January 6, 2013: » You should find rasplap.dll, under C:\Windows\system32. If you delete rasplap.dll, it should get replaced after you restart the computer.
You may type "C:\Windows\system32\rasplap.dll" without quotes when you see the following:
Type the following command to replace the file with a known good copy of the file as stated in the article http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929833
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