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Hi guys..

YOu should know for the begging that this place ( this forum) is the most expert forum on the web regarding Microsoft's O.S..

YOu are my final chance to make something work :)))

So

i run a file and i get this error

The psapi.dll file is linked to missing export NTDLL.DLL:NtAllocateVirtualMemory

THis program is inteded to run only under 2000/XP etc..

How do you think is it possible to make it run under win98 ? i got the file copied from winxp but it didn;t work.

Guys please i need your help :)

Thanks in advance :D

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well it's a program called l2player and it is a launcher of the Game called Lineage2 on some private servers..it is used on private servers to avoid hacking and exploits and thins like that..

I used to play the game normalny but since yesterday there was an update with this file and now it's impossible to play :(

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Sounds like the copy of PSAPI.DLL installed by your program is intended only for NTx OSes [NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista].

U may want to send email to program's developers to correct this if respective program was designed for 9x [95/98/ME] OSes.

To make your program work properly under 9x OSes, u need the 9x version of PSAPI.DLL [Process Status Helper].

There are 2 versions "floating" around the net that work with 9x OSes:

- 4.0 [build 4.00.1371.1 from WinNT4 PSAPI SDK]

- 5.0 [build 5.00.2134.1 from Win2000 setup CD]

Ver 4.0 can be downloaded here:

http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?psapi

or directly from MS as part of PSAPI SDK for WinNT4 [122 KB]:

http://download.microsoft.com/download/pla...N-US/psinst.EXE

Should be located in %windir%\SYSTEM [usually C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM] if u want it to be used by all programs, or u can place it in the respective program's main directory [where program's executable also resides] if u want it to be used only by respective program.

Hope this helps.

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To make your program work properly under 9x OSes, u need the 9x version of PSAPI.DLL [Process Status Helper].

There are 2 versions "floating" around the net that work with 9x OSes:

- 4.0 [build 4.00.1371.1 from WinNT4 PSAPI SDK]

- 5.0 [build 5.00.2134.1 from Win2000 setup CD]

Ver 4.0 can be downloaded here:

http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?psapi

or directly from MS as part of PSAPI SDK for WinNT4 [122 KB]:

http://download.microsoft.com/download/pla...N-US/psinst.EXE

Looks like you're wrong, MDGx.

According to Dependancy Walker, PSAPI.DLL from NT4 SDK or 2000 CD won't work with 9x.

And I don't know any. But it is not so hard to write own...

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Hi all

I have the same problem of amorf. I tried to run TaskSwitchXP www.ntwind.com and i received this error:

The psapi.dll file is linked to missing export NTDLL.DLL:wcslen.
The program is inteded to run only under 2000/XP too.

i got the file copied from winxp but it didn't work too.

Tihiy: But it is not so hard to write own...

Please do this!!!

:hello::hello:

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Looks like you're wrong, MDGx.

According to Dependancy Walker, PSAPI.DLL from NT4 SDK or 2000 CD won't work with 9x.

I have PSAPI.DLL build 5.00.2134.1 [from Win2000] in %windir%\SYSTEM [98SE OS] and it seems to work ok with NetMeter [0.9.9.9 beta 2]:

http://www.readerror.gmxhome.de/

I have installed NetMeter. Unless I am wrong, it does not seem to use any psapi.dll. There is no reference to it to be found in Net Meter with Dependency Walker nor does it appear on the list of modules used by Net Meter in a task manager.

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