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Forum Thread: WER.DLL and IESHIMS.DLL Issues

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BaxOnBway WER.DLL and IESHIMS.DLL Issues
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I can't get PSI to run on my computer with XP. I tried starting it through the Dependency Walker software which tells me that ISHIMS.DLL and WER.DLL files are missing from my computer. I researched this on the internet which tells me these files are not needed for XP. I think the program maybe crashing as it can't find these files. Anyone with a suggestion?

Websafe RE: WER.DLL and IESHIMS.DLL Issues
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Hello BaxOnBway,

Can't find ISHIMS.DLL and WER.DLL on my Windows XP-home SP3 32 bit computer.
I'm successfully running the PSI beta 2.0 (version 1.9.0.5004).
Your problem seems similar to this post: http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/585...

Good luck,
Websafe.
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mogs RE: WER.DLL and IESHIMS.DLL Issues
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Hello.
Don't know if you've managed to sort out your problem....whether Websafe's reply did the business.....what version you were having troubles with(?); but you might like to read/bookmark the following threads for future reference :-
http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal... FAQ's
http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...
HOW IT WORKS
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BaxOnBway RE: WER.DLL and IESHIMS.DLL Issues
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Thanks for the replies. I did get a reply from Emil Jeppesen at Secunia PSI Support who informed me that they are aware of this issue with Windows XP SP3 and are working to get it fixed in the final version of PSI 2.0. He linked me to an older version of PSI 1.501 as a workaround for now.

Thanks for your help. I'll just have to wait for the final update.

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mogs RE: WER.DLL and IESHIMS.DLL Issues
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Last edited on 3rd Dec, 2010 19:25
Thanks for letting us know the situation/outcome....glad you've found some resolution for the time being.
If you could now lock/close this thread by pressing Accept it will prevent tag-on posts and reminder e mails......thankyou and regards,

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