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Main » 2009 » Tháng 07 » 9 » 350 system32 Files I Do Not Delete...By Feature Part 1
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350 system32 Files I Do Not Delete...By Feature Part 1

There are undoubtedly more important reasons for not deleting some of these files, as many files do have multiple uses. The reasons given here why I do not delete these 350 files are just the first good reasons I bumped into. If I couldn't boot to Windows without a particular file, there didn't seem much need to look for other reasons why I should keep it. The same would apply if a Windows feature I use wouldn't work without a particular file.

You will read below about the files necessary to watch Yahoo Movie Trailers. (I'm just using this as one example.) This does not mean those are the only files necessary to watch Yahoo Movie Trailers. It certainly goes without saying you will be needing some Internet Explorer files...just to be able to get to the Yahoo Movie Trailers.

Just as I had Internet Explorer setup before I uncovered which files were necessary for Microsoft Update, the files listed as necessary to watch Yahoo Movie Trailers, I uncovered after I had certain other Windows features setup on my system. For all I know, you may need a Microsoft Update file to watch Yahoo Movie Trailers, but since I had Microsoft Update setup first... Well, you can see what I'm getting at.

It is highly probable too that some files necessary to watch Yahoo Movie Trailers are also needed by other Windows features. You yourself may delete one of the Yahoo Movie Trailer files, thinking you never watch them anyway, and might then discover something else on your system doesn't work.

This principle applies to many many Windows features. Files have multiple uses. It's that simple, and that complicated. This is the very reason I am not a proponent of removing whole Windows components using file-removal programs. Files need to be removed with precision.

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Needed by Outlook Express

acctres.dll.....(Microsoft Internet Account Manager Resources). Needed to open Outlook Express.

ATL.DLL.........(ATL Module for Windows XP (Unicode). Without this file Outlook Express will not open. You will receive this message when you click on the Outlook Express shortcut: Outlook Express could not be started because MSOE.DLL could not be found. Outlook Express may not be installed correctly. Also needed by Microsoft Update. And needed to open Event and Services Viewers.

inetcomm.dll....(Microsoft Internet Messaging API). Without this file Outlook Express will not open. You will receive this message when you click on the Outlook Express shortcut: Outlook Express could not be started because MSOE.DLL could not be found. Outlook Express may not be installed correctly. Additionally, the inetcomm.dll is needed in order to save a Webpage as an offline Webpage with an .mht extension. Also needed to save an offline Webpage with an .mht extension are the inetres.dll and the MSOERT2.DLL (Outlook Express files), and the MSHTML.TLB (Internet Explorer file).

inetres.dll.....(Microsoft Internet Messaging API Resources). Without this file Outlook Express will not open. You will receive this message when you click on the Outlook Express shortcut: Outlook Express could not be started because MSOERES.DLL could not be found. Outlook Express may not be installed correctly. Additionally, the inetres.dll is needed in order to save a Webpage as an offline Webpage with an .mht extension. Also needed to save an offline Webpage with an .mht extension are the inetcomm.dll and the MSOERT2.DLL (Outlook Express files), and the MSHTML.TLB (Internet Explorer file).

mshtmler.dll....(Microsoft ® HTML Editing Component's Resource DLL). Needed to insert a picture in E-mail.
msident.dll.....Microsoft Identity Manager
msidntld.dll....Microsoft Identity Manager
MSOEACCT.DLL....Microsoft Internet Account Manager

MSOERT2.DLL.....(Microsoft Outlook Express RT Lib). Additionally, the MSOERT2.DLL is needed in order to save a Webpage as an offline Webpage with an .mht extension. Also needed to save an offline Webpage with an .mht extension are the inetcomm.dll and the inetres.dll (Outlook Express files), and the MSHTML.TLB (Internet Explorer file).

sendmail.dll....(Send Mail). The sendmail.dll is a library file used for sending mail via Websites. When you select "Send Link by E-mail" in Internet Explorer's File menu, Outlook Express will attach a URL to your E-mail. When you delete the sendmail.dll file, the "Send To Desktop" will be removed from your right-click context menu. If you UnRegister the sendmail.dll file, the icon for the "Desktop (create shortcut).DeskLink" file in C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\SendTo will be erased.

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Needed by Registry Editor

aclui.dll.......(Security Descriptor Editor). Needed to open Registry Editor.
clb.dll.........(Column List Box). Needed to open Registry Editor.

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Needed by Event Viewer

ACTIVEDS.DLL....ADs Router Layer DLL
ADSLDPC.DLL.....ADs LDAP Provider C DLL

apphelp.dll......(Application Compatibility Client Library). Should you install SP3, know that the Management Console is now dependent upon the apphelp.dll and will not open without it being present.

ATL.DLL ........ATL Module for Windows XP (Unicode)
ELS.DLL.........Event Viewer Snapin

EVENTLOG.DLL....(Event Logging Service). Without this file present it will take a very long time for your system to boot to Windows.

EVENTVWR.EXE....(Event Viewer Snapin Launcher). Main Service file for Event Log.

eventvwr.msc....(Event Viewer Microsoft Management Console). Without this file present, instead of the Event Viewer opening, Device Manager will.

mfc42u.dll......MFCDLL Shared Library - Retail Version
MMC.EXE.........Microsoft Management Console
mmcbase.dll.....MMC Base DLL
mmcndmgr.dll....MMC Node Manager DLL
MSXML3.DLL .....MSXML 3.0 SP 5
MSXML3R.DLL.....XML Resources

riched20.dll....(Rich Text Edit Control, v3.0). Contains functions for the Rich Text Edit control versions 2.0 and 3.0. Needed to read Information and Error Messages (Event Properties).

riched32.dll....(Wrapper Dll for Richedit 1.0). Contains functions for the Rich Text Edit control version 1.0. Needed to read Information and Error Messages (Event Properties).

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Needed by Services Viewer

ACTIVEDS.DLL....ADs Router Layer DLL
ADSLDPC.DLL.....ADs LDAP Provider C DLL

apphelp.dll......(Application Compatibility Client Library). Should you install SP3, know that the Management Console is now dependent upon the apphelp.dll and will not open without it being present.

ATL.DLL ........ATL Module for Windows XP (Unicode)
filemgmt.dll....Services and Shared Folders
JSCRIPT.DLL.....Microsoft ® JScript
mfc42u.dll......MFCDLL Shared Library - Retail Version
MMC.EXE.........Microsoft Management Console
mmcbase.dll.....MMC Base DLL
mmcndmgr.dll....MMC Node Manager DLL
MSXML3.DLL .....MSXML 3.0 SP 5
MSXML3R.DLL.....XML Resources

services.msc....(Services Viewer Microsoft Management Console). Without this file present, instead of the Services Viewer opening, Device Manager will.

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Needed by PerfectDisk

ACTIVEDS.DLL....ADs Router Layer DLL
ADSLDPC.DLL.....ADs LDAP Provider C DLL
MSI.DLL.........(Windows Installer). PerfectDisk 6 needs the MSI.DLL. PerfectDisk 8 does not.
PDBoot.exe......PerfectDisk Boot Time Defragmentation

PDBootState.....Temp file created by PerfectDisk after performing an Offline Defrag. It can be safely deleted, but will return the next time you have PerfectDisk perform an Offline Defrag.

SHFOLDER.DLL....(Shell Folder Service). PerfectDisk 6 needs the SHFOLDER.DLL. PerfectDisk 8 does not.

WTSAPI32.DLL....(Windows Terminal Server SDK APIs). PerfectDisk 6 needs the WTSAPI32.DLL. PerfectDisk 8 does not.

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Internet Explorer Files I Do Not Delete (See PART 9 for Internet Explorer Files I Delete.)

actxprxy.dll....(ActiveX Interface Marshaling Library). Essential to Internet Explorer.

ADVPACK.DLL.....(Advpack Library). Needed by Microsoft Update. When you delete this file your Microsoft Update Start Menu shortcut (the one created by Microsoft Update) is no longer functional. You can create a new shortcut, but Microsoft Update will still need the ADVPACK.DLL to function.

BROWSELC.DLL....(Shell Browser UI Library). Important for IE Toolbar. The Toolbar will look messed up without it, and you cannot right-click access "Customize" without it.

BROWSEUI.DLL...(Shell Browser UI Library). Needed to boot to Windows.

COMCTL32.DLL...(Common Controls Library). Needed to boot to Windows. Provides the functionality to create and manage screen windows and most basic controls, such as buttons and scrollbars, receive mouse and keyboard input, and other functionality associated with the GUI part of Windows. Gives applications access to some advanced controls provided by the operating system. These include things like status bars, progress bars, toolbars and tabs.

DCIMAN32.DLL...(DCI Manager). Needed by Websites with streaming media.
DHCPCSVC.DLL....(DHCP Client Service). Needed for Internet connectivity. Main Service file for DHCP Client.
dssenh.dll......(Microsoft Enhanced DSS and Diffie-Hellman Cryptographic Provider). Also needed by Microsoft Update.

dxtmsft.dll.....(DirectX Media -- Image DirectX Transforms). When you delete this file the "Next" button of the Windows Media Player displayed when watching video on MSNBC has a small white blank box covering it so you can't use it.

dxtrans.dll.....(DirectX Media -- DirectX Transform Core). When you delete this file the "Next" button of the Windows Media Player displayed when watching video on MSNBC has a small white blank box covering it so you can't use it.

ESENT.DLL.......(Server Database Storage Engine). Needed by Microsoft Update. Also needed to open Properties of Disk Drives.

ieframe.dll.....(Internet Explorer). Essential to Internet Explorer 7. (Installed by Internet Explorer 7.)
ieframe.dll.mui.(Internet Explorer). Needed by Internet Explorer 7 Toolbar. (Installed by Internet Explorer 7.)
iepeers.dll.....(Internet Explorer Peer Objects). Needed to watch Yahoo Movie Trailers.

iertutil.dll....(Run time utility for Internet Explorer). Needed to start explorer.exe with Internet Explorer 7 installed on your system. The explorer.exe (located in the C:\WINDOWS folder), manages the Windows Graphical Shell including the Start Menu, Taskbar, Desktop, and File Manager. Without it running, the graphical interface for Windows will disappear. (The iertutil.dll is installed by Internet Explorer 7.)

ieui.dll........(Internet Explorer UI Engine). Essential to Internet Explorer 7. (Installed by Internet Explorer 7.)

imgutil.dll.....(IE plugin image decoder support DLL). Needed so you don't see those little red x's in place of some images.
inetcpl.cpl.....Internet Options
inetcplc.dll....(Internet Control Panel). Needed to access Internet Options.
MLANG.DLL.......(Multi Language Support DLL). Essential to Internet Explorer.
mshtml.dll......Microsoft ® HTML Viewer

MSHTML.TLB......(Microsoft ® MSHTML Typelib). Needed in order to save a Webpage as an offline Webpage with an .mht extension. Also needed to save an offline Webpage with an .mht extension are the inetcomm.dll, the inetres.dllMSOERT2.DLL (Outlook Express files).

MSHTMLED.DLL....(Microsoft ® HTML Editing Component). This file gives you the ability to edit HTML. An example of that would be when you edit one of your posts on some forums. You wouldn't be able to do that without this file.

mshtmler.dll....(Microsoft ® HTML Editing Component's Resource DLL). Needed to insert a picture in E-mail using Outlook Express.

msident.dll.....(Microsoft Identity Manager). Needed by Outlook Express.
msidntld.dll....Microsoft Identity Manager
msls31.dll......(Microsoft Line Services library file). Essential to Internet Explorer.
MSWSOCK.DLL.....(Microsoft Windows Sockets 2.0 Service Provider). Essential to Internet Explorer.

normaliz.dll....(Unicode Normalization DLL). Needed to start explorer.exe with Internet Explorer 7 installed on your system. The explorer.exe (located in the C:\WINDOWS folder), manages the Windows Graphical Shell including the Start Menu, Taskbar, Desktop, and File Manager. Without it running, the graphical interface for Windows will disappear. (The normaliz.dll is installed by Internet Explorer 7.)

occache.dll.....(Object Control Viewer). Needed to view icon for ActiveX objects in Downloaded Program Files. Otherwise, the ActiveX objects show up as .ini files.

pngfilt.dll.....(IE PNG plugin image decoder). Needed so you don't see those little red x's in place of some images.
RTUTILS.DLL.....(Routing Utilities). Needed by Websites with streaming media.
SCHANNEL.DLL....(TLS / SSL Security Provider). Also needed by Microsoft Update.

sendmail.dll....(Send Mail). The sendmail.dll is a library file used for sending mail via Websites. When you select "Send Link by E-mail" in Internet Explorer's File menu, Outlook Express will attach a URL to your E-mail. When you delete the sendmail.dll file, the "Send To Desktop" will be removed from your right-click context menu. If you UnRegister the sendmail.dll file, the icon for the "Desktop (create shortcut).DeskLink" file in C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\SendTo will be erased.

SHDOCLC.DLL.....(Shell Doc Object and Control Library). Needed to be able to access right-click options while right-clicking on a Webpage.

SHDOCVW.DLL.....(Shell Doc Object and Control Library). Needed to boot to Windows.

SHFOLDER.DLL....(Shell Folder Service). Needed by Microsoft Update. Also needed by PerfectDisk 6. (PerfectDisk 8 does not need the SHFOLDER.DLL.)

SHLWAPI.DLL.....(Shell Light-weight Utility Library). Needed to boot to Windows. Allows applications to access the functionality provided by the operating system shell, as well as change and enhance it.

url.dll.........(Internet Shortcut Shell Extension DLL). Displays default "e" icon for Internet Shortcuts and the one displayed in your Explorer Toolbar Address Bar.

urlmon.dll......(OLE32 Extensions for Win32). Essential to Internet Explorer.

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webcheck.dll....(Web Site Monitor). Needed by Microsoft Update. You will need the webcheck.dll to install the new Microsoft Update software.

The C:\WINDOWS\Offline Web Pages folder stores downloaded Webpages for offline availability. By default, within the folder is the Web Document, "My Current Home Page". When you click on it, you will be taken to your Home Page. The URL you will then see in your Explorer address bar should read "about:Home". When you right-click on "My Current Home Page" and select Properties, you will see the options for Offline Synchronization.

When you remove the webcheck.dll, the options in Properties will no longer be available, and you will not be able to get to "about:Home". The "My Current Home Page" will become a desktop.ini. The Offline Web Pages folder itself will, after a time, lose its default icon, becoming a plain, manila folder, as any other. Or, it could lose its folder appearance entirely, and become a bland, file icon, like that of an .NLS file.

Additional Note: With the arrival of Internet Explorer 7, in addition to the webcheck.dll, you will need in place the "webcheck.dll.mui" in the C:\WINDOWS\system32\en-US folder in order to open "My Current Home Page Properties," and to be able to get to "about:Home".

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WININET.DLL.....(Internet Extensions for Win32). Needed to boot to Windows.
WSHTCPIP.DLL....(Windows Sockets Helper DLL). Essential to Internet Explorer.

WSOCK32.DLL.....(Windows Socket 32-Bit DLL). Needed for Internet Connectivity. Winsock (short for Windows Sockets) is a specification that defines how Windows network software should access network services, especially TCP/IP.

WTSAPI32.DLL....(Windows Terminal Server SDK APIs). Needed by Microsoft Update. Also needed by PerfectDisk.

xmllite.dll.....(Microsoft XmlLite Library). Needed by Internet Explorer 7 Toolbar. (Installed by Internet Explorer 7.)

Additional Files Needed By Internet Explorer 7

CSCDLL.DLL......(Offline Network Agent). After installing Internet Explorer 7, If this file is not present your system can lockup while working at your Desktop.

CSCUI.DLL.......(Client Side Caching UI). After installing Internet Explorer 7, If this file is not present your system can lockup while working at your Desktop.

MPRAPI.DLL......(Windows NT MP Router Administration DLL). After installing Internet Explorer 7, this file is one of five system32 files needed to open Internet Options: MPRAPI.DLL, msrating.dll, rasapi32.dll, rasdlg.dll and rasman.dll.

MSCTFIME.IME....(Microsoft Text Frame Work Service IME). Installed with Internet Explorer 7. If this file is not present your system could lockup while working at your Desktop.

msrating.dll....(Internet Ratings and Local User Management DLL). After installing Internet Explorer 7, this file is one of five system32 files needed to open Internet Options: MPRAPI.DLL, msrating.dll, rasapi32.dll, rasdlg.dll and rasman.dll.

rasapi32.dll....(Remote Access API). After installing Internet Explorer 7, this file is one of five system32 files needed to open Internet Options: MPRAPI.DLL, msrating.dll, rasapi32.dll, rasdlg.dll and rasman.dll. Additionally, in Internet Properties under the Connections tab, under "Dial-up and Virtual Private Network Settings" the rasapi32.dll and the rasman.dll are needed to access the New Connection Wizard. The New Connection Wizard is accessed through the "Add" button.

rasdlg.dll......(Remote Access Common Dialog API). After installing Internet Explorer 7, this file is one of five system32 files needed to open Internet Options: MPRAPI.DLL, msrating.dll, rasapi32.dll, rasdlg.dll and rasman.dll. Additionally needed to open Network Connections in Control Panel.

rasman.dll......(Remote Access Connection Manager). After installing Internet Explorer 7, this file is one of five system32 files needed to open Internet Options: MPRAPI.DLL, msrating.dll, rasapi32.dll, rasdlg.dll and rasman.dll. Additionally, in Internet Properties under the Connections tab, under "Dial-up and Virtual Private Network Settings" the rasman.dll and the rasapi32.dll are needed to access the New Connection Wizard. The New Connection Wizard is accessed through the "Add" button.

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Files Needed To Boot To Windows

ADVAPI32.DLL...(Advanced Windows 32 Base API). Provides access to the fundamental resources available to a Windows system. Included are things like file systems, devices, processes and threads, access to the Windows registry, and error handling.

AUTHZ.DLL .......Authorization Framework

AUTOCHK.EXE.....(Auto Check Disk). Launches automatically during Windows XP bootup if a volume is marked as dirty (has bad clusters, has error blocks, or is otherwise damaged).

BASESRV.DLL.....Windows NT BASE API Server DLL
bootvid.dll.....VGA Boot Driver
BROWSEUI.DLL....Shell Browser UI Library
c_437.nls.......
c_1252.nls......

COMCTL32.DLL....(Common Controls Library). Provides the functionality to create and manage screen windows and most basic controls, such as buttons and scrollbars, receive mouse and keyboard input, and other functionality associated with the GUI part of Windows. Gives applications access to some advanced controls provided by the operating system. These include things like status bars, progress bars, toolbars and tabs.

COMDLG32.DLL....(Common Dialogs DLL). Provides applications the standard dialog boxes for opening and saving files, choosing color and font, etc.

CRYPT32.DLL.....Crypto API32
CRYPTDLL.DLL....Cryptography Manager
CRYPTUI.DLL.....Microsoft Trust UI Provider
CSRSRV.DLL......Client Server Runtime Process

CSRSS.EXE.......(Client-Server Runtime Server Subsystem). Used to maintain the Win32 system environment console and other essential functions.

ctype.nls.......
DNSAPI.DLL......DNS Client API DLL
dpcdll.dll......(Dpcdll Module). Product Code activation.

duser.dll.......(Windows DirectUser Engine). If you delete this file Windows will display the classic logoff and logon prompts. However, you can boot up to Windows without it. Also needed by Add/Remove Module.

EVENTLOG.DLL....(Event Logging Service). Without this file present it will take a very long time for your system to boot to Windows. Needed by Event Viewer.

GDI32.DLL.......(GDI Client DLL). Provides the functionality for outputting graphical content to monitors, printers and other output devices.

hal.dll.........Hardware Abstraction Layer

iertutil.dll....(Run time utility for Internet Explorer). Needed to start explorer.exe with Internet Explorer 7 installed on your system. The explorer.exe (located in the C:\WINDOWS folder), manages the Windows Graphical Shell including the Start Menu, Taskbar, Desktop, and File Manager. Without it running, the graphical interface for Windows will disappear. (The iertutil.dll is installed by Internet Explorer 7.)

IMAGEHLP.DLL....Windows NT Image Helper
IPHLPAPI.DLL....IP Helper API

kbdus.dll.......(United States Keyboard Layout). You may need a different KBD*.DLL depending on your system. (See PART 7.)

kdcom.dll.......Kernel Debugger HW Extension DLL

kernel32.dll....(Windows NT BASE API Client DLL). Provides access to the fundamental resources available to a Windows system. Included are things like file systems, devices, processes and threads, access to the Windows registry, and error handling.

l_intl.nls......
locale.nls......

LOGONUI.EXE.....(Windows Logon User Interface). The user interface that appears when Windows XP first starts. If you delete this file, Windows will display the classic logoff and logon prompts. However, you can boot up to Windows without it.

LSASRV.DLL......LSA Server DLL
LSASS.EXE.......(LSA Security Service). The Local Security Authority server process.
MPR.DLL.........Multiple Provider Router DLL
MSASN1.DLL......ASN.1 Runtime APIs
MSGINA.DLL......(Windows NT Logon GINA DLL). Loads Logon User Interface.

MSIMG32.DLL.....(GDIEXT Client DLL). Without this file present, upon booting to Windows, you will need to click OK on a Logon Message in order to enter Windows.

MSPRIVS.DLL.....Microsoft Privilege Translations
MSV1_0.DLL......Microsoft Authentication Package v1.0
MSVCP60.DLL.....Microsoft ® C++ Runtime Library
MSVCRT.DLL......Windows NT CRT DLL

normaliz.dll....(Unicode Normalization DLL). Needed to start explorer.exe with Internet Explorer 7 installed on your system. The explorer.exe (located in the C:\WINDOWS folder), manages the Windows Graphical Shell including the Start Menu, Taskbar, Desktop, and File Manager. Without it running, the graphical interface for Windows will disappear. (The normaliz.dll is installed by Internet Explorer 7.)

NCOBJAPI.DLL....
NDDEAPI.DLL.....Network DDE Share Management APIs
NETAPI32.DLL....Net Win32 API DLL
NTDLL.DLL.......NT Layer DLL
NTDSAPI.DLL.....NT5DS Library

NTMARTA.DLL.....(Windows NT MARTA provider). I can boot to Windows without this file, but my Windows Style reverts to Default Blue.

NTOSKRNL.EXE....(NT Kernel & System). Windows XP operating system Kernel.

nv4_disp.dll....(NVIDIA Compatible Windows 2000 Display driver). Essential for Display Adapter. And needed to boot to Windows.

ODBC32.DLL......Microsoft Data Access - ODBC Driver Manager
ODBCINT.DLL.....Microsoft Data Access - ODBC Resources

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oleacc.dll......Active Accessibility Core Component
oleaccrc.dll....Active Accessibility Resource DLL

The above two files are both needed to avoid seeing these four Classic Logon prompts:
1. (Upon booting to Windows) "Log On to Windows" ...Then you will either need to click on OK, or if you use a password, type it in, and then click on OK.
2. (And then) "Loading your personal settings"
3. (Upon restarting from your Desktop) "Please wait... Windows in saving your settings"
4. (And then) "Windows is shutting down"

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OLE32.DLL.......Microsoft OLE for Windows
OLEAUT32.DLL....
PROFMAP.DLL.....Userenv
PSAPI.DLL.......Process Status Helper
REGAPI.DLL......Registry Configuration API
RPCRT4.DLL .....Remote Procedure Call Runtime
RPCSS.DLL ......(Distributed COM Services). Main Service file for Remote Procedure Call (RPC).

RSAENH.DLL......(Microsoft Enhanced Cryptographic Provider). The RSAENH.DLL is needed to accurately check license for Windows.

SAMLIB.DLL......SAM Library DLL
SAMSRV.DLL......SAM Server DLL
SCESRV.DLL......Windows Security Configuration Editor Engine
SECUR32.DLL.....Security Support Provider Interface
services.exe....(Services and Controller app). Main Service file for Plug and Play.
SETUPAPI.DLL....Windows Setup API

SFC_OS.DLL......(Windows File Protection). You can boot to Windows without this file, but not without first having to click OK on an error that appears telling you the SFC_OS.DLL cannot be found.

SHDOCVW.DLL.....Shell Doc Object and Control Library
SHELL32.DLL.....Windows Shell Common Dll

shgina.dll......(Windows Shell User Logon). Needed to restart your computer from your Desktop. Further, once you delete or move this file from the system32 folder--even if you put it back--you still won't be able to restart from your Desktop.

SHLWAPI.DLL.....(Shell Light-weight Utility Library). Allows applications to access the functionality provided by the operating system shell, as well as change and enhance it.

SMSS.EXE........(Windows NT Session Manager). Used to establish the Windows XP environment during bootup.
sortkey.nls.....
sorttbls.nls....
SVCHOST.EXE.....Generic Host Process for Win32 Services
SXS.DLL.........Fusion 2.5
umpnpmgr.dll....User-mode Plug-and-Play Service
unicode.nls.....
user32.dll......Windows XP USER API Client DLL
userenv.dll.....Userenv
USERINIT.EXE....(User Initialization). Used to establish the operating environment for a user after logon.
UXTHEME.DLL.....(Microsoft UxTheme Library). Main Service file for Themes.
VERSION.DLL.....Version Checking and File Installation Libraries
WATCHDOG.SYS....Watchdog Driver
WIN32K.SYS......Multi-User Win32 Driver
WININET.DLL.....Internet Extensions for Win32
WINLOGON.EXE....(Windows NT Logon Application). Windows logon manager. Handles the login and logout procedures.

WINSPOOL.DRV....(Windows Spooler Driver). Important: If in PART 5 you chose to delete the system folder and its files (C:\WINDOWS\system), at least keep the copy of the WINSPOOL.DRV that is in the system32 folder, or you may not be able to reboot to Windows. Just be sure to keep one of them.

WINSRV.DLL......Windows Server DLL
WINSTA.DLL......Winstation Library
WINTRUST.DLL....Microsoft Trust Verification APIs
WLDAP32.DLL.....Win32 LDAP API DLL
wpa.dbl.........Windows Product Activation (WPA).
WS2_32.DLL......Windows Socket 2.0 32-Bit DLL
WS2HELP.DLL.....Windows Socket 2.0 Helper for Windows NT
XPSP2RES.DLL....Service Pack 2 Messages

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apphelp.dll......(Application Compatibility Client Library). Should you install SP3, know that the Management Console is now dependent upon the apphelp.dll and will not open without it being present.

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Control Panel Applets I Keep

appwiz.cpl.....(Shell Application Manager). Add or Remove Programs Control Panel applet.
desk.cpl.......(Desktop Control Panel). Display Properties Control Panel applet.
inetcpl.cpl....(Internet Control Panel). Internet Options Control Panel applet.

main.cpl.......(Control Panel DLL). Mouse Properties and Keyboard Properties Control Panel applets. If you delete the main.cpl to remove the Mouse Properties and Keyboard Properties Control Panel applets, the default icons for Administrative Tools and the Fonts Folder shortcuts in the Control Panel will eventually disappear. (You will however still be able to use the shortcuts for Administrative Tools and the Fonts Folder.) After you reboot your system their icons will reappear, but only temporarily.

powercfg.cpl....(Power Management Configuration Control Panel Applet). Along with the POWRPROF.DLL, needed to enter Power Options where you can adjust how you want your computer to power down.

sysdm.cpl.......(System Applet for the Control Panel). System Properties Control Panel applet.
timedate.cpl....(Time Date Control Panel Applet). Date and Time Properties Control Panel applet.
wuaucpl.cpl.....(Automatic Updates Control Panel). Automatic Updates Control Panel applet. Needed by Microsoft Update.

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ASYCFILT.DLL...Allows applications to communicate between each other using Object Linking and Embedding (OLE).

ATTRIB.EXE......(Attribute Utility). Displays or changes file attributes (read-only, archive, hidden, or system). I keep this file because I need it for a few of my batch files which remove files with Hidden file attributes.

AUDIOSRV.DLL....(Windows Audio Service). Needed to hear sound on your computer. Main Service file for Windows Audio.

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Needed by Microsoft Update

ADVPACK.DLL.....(Advpack Library). When you delete this file your Microsoft Update Start Menu shortcut (the one created by Microsoft Update) is no longer functional. You can create a new shortcut, but Microsoft Update will still need the ADVPACK.DLL to function.

ATL.DLL.........(ATL Module for Windows XP (Unicode). Also needed to open Event and Services Viewers. And needed by Outlook Express. Without this file Outlook Express will not open. You will receive this message when you click on the Outlook Express shortcut: Outlook Express could not be started because MSOE.DLL could not be found. Outlook Express may not be installed correctly.

CABINET.DLL.....(Microsoft® Cabinet File API). Also needed to access Properties of Devices in Device Manager.
CDM.DLL.........Windows Update CDM Stub
corpol.dll......Microsoft COM Runtime Execution Engine
cryptsvc.dll....(Cryptographic Services). Needed by Cryptographic Services. Also needed to access Properties of Disk Drives.
dssenh.dll......(Microsoft Enhanced DSS and Diffie-Hellman Cryptographic Provider). Also needed by Internet Explorer.
ESENT.DLL.......(Server Database Storage Engine). Also needed to access Properties of Disk Drives.
iuengine.dll....Windows Update Control Engine
JSCRIPT.DLL.....(Microsoft ® JScript). Also needed by Services Viewer.

LegitCheckControl.dll.(Windows Genuine Advantage Validation). If you delete the LegitCheckControl.dll along with the other Windows Genuine Advantage files, (See PART 9 under Windows Genuine Advantage.), Microsoft Update will make it "mandatory" that you re-install WGA before it will allow you to continue to get Microsoft Updates--instead of giving you "the option" of installing WGA, as it does if you only delete the wgalogon.dll and the wgatray.exe files.

licdll.dll......Licdll Module
msidle.dll......User Idle Monitor
MSPATCHA.DLL....Microsoft® Patch Engine
muweb.dll.......(Microsoft Update Web Control). Installed by Microsoft Update Software.

pidgen.dll......(Pid3.0 generation). During Windows setup the pidgen.dll produces a PID (Product Identification) from the serial number entered.

qmgr.dll........(Background Intelligent Transfer Service). Main Service file for Background Intelligent Transfer.
SCHANNEL.DLL....(TLS / SSL Security Provider). Also needed by Internet Explorer.
SFC.DLL.........Windows File Protection
SHFOLDER.DLL....(Shell Folder Service). Also needed by PerfectDisk 6. (PerfectDisk 8 does not need the SHFOLDER.DLL.)

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webcheck.dll....(Web Site Monitor). Needed by Microsoft Update. You will need the webcheck.dll to install the new Microsoft Update software.

The C:\WINDOWS\Offline Web Pages folder stores downloaded Webpages for offline availability. By default, within the folder is the Web Document, "My Current Home Page". When you click on it, you will be taken to your Home Page. The URL you will then see in your Explorer address bar should read "about:Home". When you right-click on "My Current Home Page" and select Properties, you will see the options for Offline Synchronization.

When you remove the webcheck.dll, the options in Properties will no longer be available, and you will not be able to get to "about:Home". The "My Current Home Page" will become a desktop.ini. The Offline Web Pages folder itself will, after a time, lose its default icon, becoming a plain, manila folder, as any other. Or, it could lose its folder appearance entirely, and become a bland, file icon, like that of an .NLS file.

Additional Note: With the arrival of Internet Explorer 7, in addition to the webcheck.dll, you will need in place the "webcheck.dll.mui" in the C:\WINDOWS\system32\en-US folder in order to open "My Current Home Page Properties," and to be able to get to "about:Home".

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WINHTTP.DLL.....(Windows HTTP Services). Uncovered by Level, one of our forum members: The winhttp.dll is also needed to open Wireless Network Setup Wizard in Control Panel.

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WINSCARD.DLL....Microsoft Smart Card API
WLNOTIFY.DLL....Common DLL to receive Winlogon notifications

You need both the WINSCARD.DLL and the WLNOTIFY.DLL for these two functions: (Uncovered by one of our forum members, XiRoX.)

1.) When you right-click on a shortcut and select Properties from the context menu, "Find Target" is one of the buttons you will see in the opening dialog box. When clicked, the folder where the target file is located will open.

2.) When searching with your Search Assistant, should you right-click on a file displayed in the results panel, and then select "Open Containing Folder" from the context menu, the folder where the file is located will open.

So, you set your file-removal program to take out Microsoft Update. ...Oops!

I've said it countless times throughout this guide, many files have more than one purpose on a system. That is what makes deleting files with precision so difficult...and so important. And that is why removing whole components with file-removal programs is something I choose not to do.

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WTSAPI32.DLL....(Windows Terminal Server SDK APIs). Needed both to view the Automatic Updates tab in System Properties, and by Microsoft Update. Also needed to enter System Properties by right-clicking on My Computer and selecting Properties without receiving this error: This application has failed to start because WTSAPI32.DLL was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this. However, System Properties will open after clicking OK on the error message even without this file present.

WUAPI.DLL.......Windows Update Client API
wuapi.dll.mui...Windows Update Client API
WUAUCLT.EXE.....(Windows Update). An auto-update client.
wuauclt1.exe....Windows Update AutoUpdate Client
wuaucpl.cpl.....(Automatic Updates Control Panel). Automatic Updates Control Panel applet.
wuaucpl.cpl.mui...Automatic Updates Control Panel
wuaueng.dll.....Windows Update AutoUpdate Engine
wuaueng.dll.mui...Windows Update Agent
WUAUENG1.DLL....Windows Update AutoUpdate Engine
wuauserv.dll....(Windows Update AutoUpdate Service). Main Service file for Automatic Updates.
WUCLTUI.DLL.....Windows Update Client UI Plugin
wucltui.dll.mui...Windows Update Client UI Plugin
wupdmgr.exe.....Windows Update Manager for NT
WUPS.DLL........Windows Update client proxy stub
wups2.dll.......Windows Update client proxy stub 2
WUWEB.DLL.......Windows Update Web Control

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Windows Media Player

See PART 9 under Windows Media Player Files for Windows Media Player files I delete. You will also find some additional Windows Media Player files I delete in PART 4 under C:\Program Files\Windows Media Player.

avifil32.dll....(Microsoft AVI File support library). If you download from the Megaupload site (and most likely if you upload to it too) you are going to need the avifil32.dll, along with the MFC42.DLL (DirectX file).

DBGHELP.dll.....(Windows Image Helper). Absolutely needed by Windows Media Player 11. Without it, when you click on something to play, a message tells you to re-install Windows Media Player. Also needed to install WMP11.

mcicda.dll......(MCI driver for cdaudio devices). Needed by Windows Media Player burning and ripping processes.

MFPLAT.dll......(Media Foundation Platform). To even open Windows Media Player 11.
msvfw32.dll.....(Microsoft Video for Windows DLL). Needed to open Windows Media Player.
WINMM.DLL.......MCI API DLL
WMASF.DLL.......Windows Media ASF DLL

WDMAUD.DRV......(WDM Audio driver mapper). Needed by Windows Media Player. Also needed to hear sound in Windows Pinball Game.

WMP.DLL.........(Windows Media Player Core). Needed to open Windows Media Player.

wmpdxm.dll......(Windows Media 6.4 Player Shim). Needed by too many Websites with streaming media to not keep this file installed on my system. The wmpdxm.dll and the msdxm.ocx (a DirectX file) work together. The wmpdxm.dll is also needed to play media files with Media Player 6.4 (mplayer2.exe).

wmpeffects.dll..(Windows Media Player Effects). Needed for visual effects while playing music with Windows Media Player 11.

WMPLOC.DLL......(Windows Media Player). Needed to open Windows Media Player.

wmpps.dll.......(Windows Media Player Proxy Stub Dll). Needed to rip music CDs using Windows Media Player 11 with file-name information intact, such as the name of the artist, album, song title. Without the wmpps.dll file present, the file-name information it will read and write as "01 Unknown Artist Track 1". Also needed to burn .WMA files to a CD using WMP11.

wmpshell.dll....(Windows Media Player Launcher). Without the wmpshell.dll present WMP cannot remember that it's supposed to open your media files. The Open With dialog box will open instead, asking you to choose a program you want to use to open the file. Even if you put a tick in "Always use the selected program to open this kind of file," WMP will not remember, and you'll have to do it all over again the next time you click to open a media file.

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