Missing u32Prod.dll

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Cocobid

Missing u32Prod.dll

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Could someone help me??

I was trying to uninstall this program and I am having a glitch!
Currently unable to uninstall or access the program.
An error message states that it is missing this file."u32Prod.dll "
Also it has rendered my access to all of my photographs. The control panel to uninstall will not allow this either. The reason I wanted to uninstall this was to use the window viewer in instead of Ulead.
I hope that I have provided enough info.
V.8.0 Photo Express that came with my Microtek scanner.
Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.

Thank You,
Karen/Cocobid
Cocobid

Post by Cocobid »

Just wanted to note that I took the easy way out and used System Restore and everything is Perfect. One question I have though is how do I disable Ulead from being the primary source for Pic viewing. I really want XP"s to do this. I actually like it better!
Karen
bartacvs

Easy fix

Post by bartacvs »

1. Right click on any graphic file you want to open with another program.
2. left click properties.
3. left click on change button.
4. choose program you want use. You may have to browse for it.
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Post by dogwire »

When I click on poperties, I get no change option. XP home SP2
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Post by Ron P. »

dogwire wrote:When I click on poperties, I get no change option. XP home SP2
He's talking about Grahic Files, like JPEG, BMP, PNG, not Graphic Program Files, which are self-executing files ending with EXE.
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Post by dogwire »

I did right click on jpg files. just get a properties window with general tab and description, no options.
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Post by Ron P. »

If you're running WinXP you should get this:
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Post by dogwire »

Have XP home SP2. Do not get option to change in the window.
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Post by dogwire »

If I right click on File in My Documents, I get change option, but not in jpgs that arrive in E-mail.
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Post by sjj1805 »

Step 1. Open Windows Explorer and locate a file e.g. Test.jpg
Step 2. Right click - Select [Open with]
Step 3. Find the program you want and ensure that the small box
[Always use the selected program to open this kind of file] is ticked.

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