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350 system32 Files I Do Not Delete...By Feature Part 2

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Audio Codecs I do not delete:

l3codeca.acm....(MPEG Layer-3 Audio Codec for MSACM). Needed by Windows Media Player to play .mp3 music files, and also needed to be able to rip music CDs to the .mp3 format.

l3codecp.acm....(MPEG Audio Layer-3 Codec for MSACM). Needed by Windows Media Player to be able to rip music CDs to the .mp3 format.

wmadmod.dll.....(Windows Media Audio Decoder). Needed by Windows Media Player to play .WMA music files.

wmadmoe.dll.....(Windows Media Audio Encoder/Transcoder). Needed by Windows Media Player ripping process.

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Video Codecs I do not delete:

mpg4dmod.dll....(Corona Windows Media MPEG-4 S Video Decoder). Needed to be able to adjust the brightness in Windows Media Player for certain videos.

WMVDECOD.dll....(Windows Media Video Decoder). Needed to watch MSNBC videos online, and to watch Yahoo Movie Trailers with Windows Media Player 11 installed on your system.

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BATMETER.DLL....(Battery Meter Helper DLL). Needed to open Power Options in Control Panel.

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NLS Files

NLS Files are Code Page National Language Support, or National Language Services driver (font or font map).

A WORD OF CAUTION about NLS Files: Delete any one of these you shouldn't, and your system will not reboot. Delete others you shouldn't, and some Webpages will not display.

I live in the United States and have a U.S. computer. If you live outside of the United States, and are using a foreign from U.S. computer, you will need to check within the Layout.ini within your Prefetch folder to see exactly which NLS Files your system uses. The NLS Files you need to at least reboot your computer will be listed there.

Figuring out which other NLS Files are needed to display certain Webpages is a little more complicated. You kind of have to play with them a little.

Here's a trick. Group all your NLS Files together in the system32 folder, and highlight them all. Open any Webpage. Now try to delete all the NLS Files you have highlighted. The one being used by your open Webpage, is the one that won't delete.

For my U.S. computer, I keep these NLS Files:

c_437.nls.......<-- Needed to boot to Windows.
c_932.nls
c_936.nls
c_949.nls
c_950.nls
c_1250.nls
c_1251.nls
c_1252.nls......<-- Needed to boot to Windows.
c_1253.nls
c_1254.nls
c_1255.nls
c_1256.nls
c_1257.nls
c_20127.nls
c_28591.nls
ctype.nls.......<-- Needed to boot to Windows.
l_intl.nls
locale.nls......<-- Needed to boot to Windows.
sortkey.nls.....<-- Needed to boot to Windows.
sorttbls.nls....<-- Needed to boot to Windows.
unicode.nls.....<-- Needed to boot to Windows.

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cabview.dll.....(Cabinet File Viewer Shell Extension). Needed to view inside .cab files.

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Needed by Device Manager

CABINET.DLL.....(Microsoft® Cabinet File API). Needed to access Properties of Devices in Device Manager. Also needed by Microsoft Update.

certcli.dll.....(Microsoft® Certificate Services Client). Needed to display Properties of devices in Device Manager.

cryptsvc.dll....(Cryptographic Services). Needed to access Properties of Disk Drives. Also needed by Cryptographic Services, which is needed by Microsoft Update.

devmgmt.msc.....(Computer Management Console). Needed to access Device Manager.
devmgr.dll......(Device Manager MMC Snapin). Needed to access Device Manager.
dmocx.dll.......(TreeView OCX). Needed to access Device Manager.

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

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

stdole2.tlb.....(Microsoft OLE 3.50 for Windows NT™ and Windows 95™ Operating Systems). Needed to display Properties of Devices in Device Manager.

storprop.dll....(Property Pages for Storage Devices). Needed to view Advanced Settings tab in Primary IDE Channel and Secondary IDE Channel under IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers in Device Manager.

usbui.dll.......(USB UI Dll). Needed to display Advanced tab in USB Universal Host Controller Properties, and Power tab in USB Root Hub Properties in Device Manager.

WMI.DLL.........(WMI DC and DP functionality). Needed to access Device Manager. Also needed to open Network Connections from Control Panel. And needed to enter Computer Management without first receiving an error.

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These files comprise CHKDSK

CFGMGR32.DLL....Configuration Manager Forwarder DLL
CHKDSK.EXE......(Check Disk). A disk inspection tool that can search for and repair disk errors.
fmifs.dll.......FM IFS Utility DLL
ifsutil.dll.....IFS Utility DLL
ULIB.DLL........File Utilities Support DLL
untfs.dll.......NTFS Utility DLL

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CLUSAPI.DLL.....(Cluster API Library). Needed to access Disk Management in Computer Management. Also needed by Microsoft Update to install February 20, 2006 update for Windows Media Player 10. An application programming interface (API) is the interface that a computer system, library or application provides in order to allow requests for service to be made of it by other computer programs, and/or to allow data to be exchanged between them.

CMD.EXE........(Command Prompt). Needed (at the very least) to be able to execute a batch file. An executable that provides the command prompt (MS-DOS shell interpreter) for Windows NT.

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Needed by Streaming Media

DCIMAN32.DLL....(DCI Manager). Needed by Websites with streaming media.

msdmo.dll.......(DMO Runtime). Without the msdmo.dll present, Windows Media Player will not play...anything. Also, the msdmo.dll is very much needed by Websites with streaming media.

msdxm.ocx.......(Windows Media Player 2 ActiveX Control). Needed by too many Websites with streaming media to not keep this file installed on my system. The msdxm.ocx (DirectX file) and the wmpdxm.dll (Windows Media Player file) work together. The msdxm.ocx is also needed to start Media Player 6.4 (mplayer2.exe).

RTUTILS.DLL.....(Routing Utilities). Needed by Websites with streaming media.

TAPI32.DLL......(Microsoft® Windows™ Telephony API Client DLL). TAPI32.DLL is needed by streaming media on many sites.

vbscript.dll....(Microsoft ® VBScript). Needed by some Websites with streaming media. Also needed by Yahoo Chat.

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).

WMVDECOD.dll....(Windows Media Video Decoder). Needed to watch MSNBC videos online, and to watch Yahoo Movie Trailers with Windows Media Player 11 installed on your system.

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Needed to watch Yahoo Movie Trailers

dispex.dll.......If this file is deleted, when you click on a link to watch a Yahoo Movie Trailer, two windows will open, each playing the same Trailer you selected. And many times, too, you will receive this error: iedw.exe - Unable To Locate Component. This application failed to start because DBGHELP.dll was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem.

iepeers.dll.....Internet Explorer Peer Objects

msdmo.dll.......(DMO Runtime). The msdmo.dll is very much needed by Websites with streaming media. Also, without the msdmo.dll present, Windows Media Player will not play...anything.

TAPI32.DLL......(Microsoft® Windows™ Telephony API Client DLL). TAPI32.DLL is needed by streaming media on many sites.

wmnetmgr.dll....Windows Media Network Plugin Manager DLL
WMVCORE.DLL.....Windows Media Playback/Authoring DLL

WMVDECOD.dll....(Windows Media Video Decoder). Needed to watch Yahoo Movie Trailers with Windows Media Player 11 installed on your system. Also needed to watch MSNBC videos online with WMP11 installed on your system.

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DirectX

Microsoft DirectX is a group of technologies designed to make Windows-based computers an ideal platform for running and displaying applications rich in multimedia elements such as full-color graphics, video, 3D animation, and rich audio.

I don't play games on my computer, so I really have no need for the extra graphics and sound support DirectX has to offer. I do however keep a few DirectX files, as they are needed for other purposes. (See PART 9 for DirectX Files I Delete.)

d3d8thk.dll.....(Microsoft Direct3D OS Thunk Layer). Needed by ConvertXtoDVD.

d3d9.dll........(Microsoft Direct3D). If you update to NVIDIA display drivers version 93.71, the d3d9.dll is used by NVIDIA so that you can manually adjust Brightness, Contrast, Gamma and Image sharpening in Display Properties -> Settings -> Advanced -> NVIDIA Unknown (or your designated graphics card, depending upon whether or not you've chosen to delete the nvapi.dll) -> select Color Correction -> under "Apply color changes to:" click on the drop arrow to the right of the box and select "Overlay".

ddraw.dll.......(Microsoft DirectDraw). Needed For DVD Playback with Windows Media Player and NVDVD Player.

ddrawex.dll....(Direct Draw Ex). Keeping this file on your system, you will notice when browsing Webpages are snappier. A complete page can download much more rapidly. Without it, some pages may go through some odd behavior. You may notice extreme flashing throughout the page as it fully downloads.

devenum.dll.....(Device enumeration). Needed by Windows Media Player and NVDVD Player.

dinput.dll......(Microsoft DirectInput). Needed by ffdshow.

dsound.dll......(DirectSound). Needed by Windows Media Player and NVDVD Player.

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.

ksproxy.ax......Installed by Sound Card driver installations from either the XP installation CD, or a cab file in C:\WINDOWS\Driver Cache\i386. The installation will ask for the "ksuser.dll." Once located, the "ksproxy.ax" will be installed along with the "ksuser.dll to C:\WINDOWS\system32.

ksuser.dll.....(User CSA Library). Needed by Windows Media Player and NVDVD Player. Installed by Sound Card driver installations from either the XP installation CD, or a cab file in C:\WINDOWS\Driver Cache\i386. The installation will ask for the "ksuser.dll." Once located, the "ksuser.dll" will be installed along with the "ksproxy.ax" to C:\WINDOWS\system32.

MFC42.DLL.......(MFCDLL Shared Library - Retail Version). If you download from the Megaupload site (and most likely if you upload to it too) you are going to need the MFC42.DLL, along with the avifil32.dll (Windows Media Player file).

msdmo.dll.......(DMO Runtime). Without the msdmo.dll present, Windows Media Player will not play...anything. Also, the msdmo.dll is very much needed by Websites with streaming media.

msdxm.ocx.......(Windows Media Player 2 ActiveX Control). Needed by too many Websites with streaming media to not keep this file installed on my system. The msdxm.ocx and the wmpdxm.dll (Windows Media Player file) work together. The msdxm.ocx is also needed to start Media Player 6.4 (mplayer2.exe).

qasf.dll........(DirectShow ASF Support). Needed to play WMA music files and WMV video files with Media Player Classic, a third-party media player. GASF stands for Advanced Systems Format (formerly Advanced Streaming Format), Microsoft's proprietary digital audio/digital video container format, especially meant for streaming media. The most common file types contained within an ASF file are Windows Media Audio (WMA) and Windows Media Video (WMV).

qdvd.dll........(DirectShow DVD Playback Runtime). Needed For DVD Playback with Windows Media Player and NVDVD Player.

quartz.dll......(DirectShow Runtime). Needed by Windows Media Player and also NVDVD Player.

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Needed by NVDVD Player

ddraw.dll.......(Microsoft DirectDraw). Needed For DVD Playback with Windows Media Player and NVDVD Player.
devenum.dll.....(Device enumeration). Needed by Windows Media Player and NVDVD Player.
dsound.dll......(DirectSound). Needed by Windows Media Player and NVDVD Player.
ksuser.dll......(User CSA Library). Needed by Windows Media Player and NVDVD Player.

oledlg.dll......(Microsoft Windows™ OLE 2.0 User Interface Support). Needed to open NVDVD Player. Also needed by Wordpad.

olepro32.dll....Needed to open NVDVD Player.

qdvd.dll........(DirectShow DVD Playback Runtime). Needed For DVD Playback with Windows Media Player and NVDVD Player.

quartz.dll......(DirectShow Runtime). Needed by Windows Media Player and also NVDVD Player.

These files are installed and needed by NVDVD Player:

DolbyHph.dll....Dolby Headphone Engine

license.955200..When I deleted this seemingly harmless file, I started getting Memory/Application errors just as I would click to restart my computer. Even when I put the file back in the system32 folder, the errors would continue.

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Needed by Add/Remove Module

duser.dll.......(Windows DirectUser Engine). Also, if you delete this file, Windows will display the classic logoff and logon prompts. However, you can boot to Windows without it.

xpsp1res.dll ...(Service Pack 1 Messages). Needed to open Add/Remove Programs from the Control Panel

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To Do With Fonts

FNTCACHE.DAT....(Font Cache). If deleted, Windows will rebuild a new FNTCACHE.DAT file the next time you reboot your system. After I delete all of the fonts outlined in PART 5, I delete the FNTCACHE.DAT and reboot my system. Windows then builds a fresh FNTCACHE.DAT.

fontext.dll.....(Windows Font Folder). Needed to maintain selected view of Font Folder, and also needed to display the default icon for .TTF Fonts

LZ32.DLL........(LZ Expand/Compress API DLL). Needed to properly display the default icon for .ttf extension fonts.Reportedly, some installation setups fail to start, and the DirectX Diagnostic Tool (dxdiag.exe) also exhibits an error upon loading.

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framebuf.dll....(Framebuffer Display Driver). Needed so graphics in Safemode don't look all screwed up.

GRPCONV.EXE.....(Group Convert). Needed for some programs to install. Converts Microsoft Windows 3.x and Microsoft Windows for Workgroups Program Manager groups into Start Menu items.

hccoin.dll......(USB Coinstaller). Needed by Intel Chipset INF Update Utility.

hhctrl.ocx......(Microsoft® HTML Help Control). Part of Microsoft's HTML Help (.chm) format. One of three files needed to open *.chm help files. Also need to open *.chm help files are the itss.dll in the system32 folder, and the hh.exe in the WINDOWS folder. However, this is not the reason why I keep the hhctrl.ocx. I keep the hhctrl.ocx because it is also needed to be able to open WinAVIVideoConverter, a third-party program I have installed.

hid.dll.........(Hid User Library). Needed by Sound and Video Card driver installations. I'm sure other hardware device driver installations need it too. I know that it is also needed to open Realtek's Auto Configuration utility (soundman.exe), so I imagine it would also be needed by other manufacturers's Sound Card Auto Configuration utilities of like kind. HID stands for Human Interface Device, a type of computer device that interacts directly with and takes input from humans.

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Needed by Wordpad

html.iec........(Microsoft HTML Converter). Needed to be able to copy text from a Webpage and paste it to Wordpad.
mfc42u.dll......MFCDLL Shared Library - Retail Version
msftedit.dll....(Rich Text Edit Control, v4.1). Contains functions for the Rich Text Edit control version 4.1.
oledlg.dll .....(Microsoft Windows™ OLE 2.0 User Interface Support). Also needed to open NVDVD Player.

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icmp.dll........(ICMP DLL). Needed in order to install the PCPitStop Utility for computer checkup and diagnostics on the PC Pitstop Website. Also needed by TCPOptimizer. ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol) is used when networking. It ensures the integrity of information being sent across a network.

Let's suppose you installed your Windows XP installation using a pre-install file-removal program. Or, suppose even that you setup your system post-install, using a post-install file-removal program. You discover that you cannot install the PCPitStop Utility for computer checkup and diagnostics on the PC Pitstop Website. You uncover the source of your problem, or in file-removal program terms, "which component you need" in order to be able install the PCPitStop Utility. You would probably be told to redo your installation, and this time, leave Routing and Remote Access Service installed. This means that you would be leaving the icmp.dll installed...along with an additional 24 system32 files, and 8 drivers in your drivers folder, which you actually don't need to install the PCPitStop Utility. So you've defeated your purpose to remove all unnecessary files from your Windows XP installation.

File removal programs give you a choice: keep an entire Windows component and all its associated files, or remove the component completely, and lose functionality elsewhere.

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imm32.dll......(Windows XP IMM32 API Client DLL). You cannot enter System Properties without the imm32.dll or the usp10.dll present.

inetcplc.dll....(Internet Control Panel). Needed to access Internet Options.

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Needed by Microsoft's Pinball Game

MSACM32.dll.....(Microsoft ACM Audio Filter). Needed to hear sound in Windows Pinball Game. Also needed to open Audio tab in Sound and Audio Device properties. You cannot view or change multimedia properties without this file. The msacm32.dll contains program code that is used by windows when working with compressed audio files.

MSACM32.DRV.....(Microsoft Sound Mapper). Needed to hear sound in Windows Pinball Game.

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

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msconfig.exe....(System Configuration Utility). Designed to help you troubleshoot problems with your computer. MSCONFIG can also be used to ensure that your computer boots faster and crashes less. In PART 5 I moved msconfig.exe to the system32 folder from C:\WINDOWS\pchealth\helpctr\binaries before I deleted the pchealth folder and its contents.

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

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

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Windows Installer

Windows Installer uses the information within .MSI files that are provided with some applications, and installs, repairs, or removes software using this information. You can view these .MSI (Windows Installer File) files within the C:\WINDOWS\Installer folder.

MSI.DLL.........(Windows Installer). Also needed by PerfectDisk 6. (PerfectDisk 8 does not need the MSI.DLL.)
MSIEXEC.EXE.....(Windows Installer). Main Service File for Windows Installer.
msihnd.dll......Windows® installer
msisip.dll......(MSI Signature SIP Provider). SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol.

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MSPAINT.EXE.....(Microsoft Paint). A basic graphics creation and viewing tool.

MSVBVM60.DLL....(Visual Basic Virtual Machine). Contains program code used to run programs that are written in the Visual Basic programming language. As one example, CCleaner, a very popular program needs this file.

mydocs.dll.....(My Documents Folder UI). Needed to properly display the My Documents Icon.

newdev.dll......(Add Hardware Device Library). Needed by Sound and Video Card driver installations. I'm sure other hardware device driver installations need it too.

OLETHK32.DLL....(Microsoft OLE for Windows). Needed by Nero.

NOTEPAD.EXE.....(Notepad). Notepad text-editing utility.

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NVIDIA Display Drivers (See PART 9 for NVIDIA files I delete.)

I keep these NVIDIA files in C:\WINDOWS\system32:

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

nvapps.xml......You can delete this file, but it will only return after a reboot.
nvcod.dll.......NVIDIA Driver CoInstaller
nvcpl.dll.......NVIDIA Display Properties Extension

nvdisp.nvu......When I deleted this seemingly harmless file, I started getting Memory/Application errors just as I would click to restart my computer. Even when I put the file back in the system32 folder, the errors would continue. Also, if you open the file with Notepad, you will be able to see that it gives proper guidance to the uninstall process. It directs what to remove and what to UnRegister in the registry.

nvshell.dll.....NVIDIA Desktop Explorer

nvudisp.exe.....(NVIDIA Uninstaller Utility). Needed by NVIDIA to uninstall older drivers before installing new drivers during the updating process.

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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.

POWRPROF.DLL....(Power Profile Helper DLL). Along with the powercfg.cpl, needed to enter Power Options where you can adjust how you want your computer to power down. Without this file present, you will receive an error when opening Properties for your Keyboard. However, the Properties for Keyboard will eventually open.

REGSVR32.EXE....(Microsoft© Register Server). You can use the Regsvr32 tool (Regsvr32.exe) to Register and UnRegister object linking and embedding (OLE) controls such as dynamic-link library (DLL) or ActiveX Controls (OCX) files that are self-registerable.

rshx32.dll......(Security Shell Extension). The Rshx32.dll controls the Security tab in Properties of files and folders. (To be able to see the Security tab in XP Home Edition you must be in Safemode.)

RUNDLL32.EXE....(Run DLL). Used to run DLL files from a command line.
RUNONCE.EXE.....(Run Once). Used to perform tasks as defined in the RunOnce Registry key.

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SC.EXE..........(A tool to aid in developing services for Windows NT). Communicates with the Service Controller and installed services. The SC.exe retrieves and sets control information about Services.

When I run Acronis True Image 10 or PerfectDisk 8 their Services start-up. And even though I have these Services set to Manual, they do not stop automatically when I close the programs. I use a batch file to stop these Services from continuing to run in the background. The SC.EXE is needed in order for that batch file to work.

Originally, I was using the NET STOP command in my batch file to perform this task, which required the presence of three system32 files: NET1.EXE, NET.EXE and netrap.dll. A special thanks one of our forum members, mhc, for showing me how I could perform this same task using the SC STOP command, while needing the presence of only a single file, SC.EXE.

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Installed by Acronis True Image 10

acrotls.dll.....(Acronis TLS for Win32). TLS = Transport Layer Security.
msvcp71.dll.....Microsoft® C++ Runtime Library
msvcr71.dll.....Microsoft® C Runtime Library
relog_ap.dll....Acronis Relogon Authentication Package
snapapi.dll.....(Acronis Snapshot Dynamic Link Library). Application programming interface.

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Needed to display Properties button in Control Panel > Keyboard > Hardware without receiving an error

sfcfiles.dll....Windows 2000 System File Checker
syssetup.dll....Windows NT System Setup

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shellstyle.dll..(Windows Shell Style Resource Dll). If you choose to use the Windows Classic theme, and delete the Themes folder and its contents, you will still need the shellstyle.dll that is in the system32 folder in order to gain access to the Add or Remove Programs panel. (For a complete explanation of the shellstyle.dll see PART 5 under C:\WINDOWS\Resources\Themes.)

shimgvw.dll ....(Windows Picture and Fax Viewer). Needed to display saved image files.

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shsvcs.dll......(Windows Shell Services Dll). Main Service file for Shell Hardware Detection.

Shell Hardware Detection allows you the option of selecting what action you wish taken with a type of file on a CD or DVD, (Music files, Pictures, Video files, a Music CD, or a DVD movie), when you place the disc into one of your optical drives. When you disable Shell Hardware Detection, or delete the shsvcs.dll, when checking the Properties of an optical drive, you won't have the AutoPlay tab available. (Where you would normally make these selections.) Everything else will work fine with your optical drives. You just won't have the AutoPlay selections available to you.

If you disable Shell Hardware Detection, or delete the shsvcs.dll, in "My Computer," you may not see your optical drives displayed as "DVD Drive" and/or "DVD-RW Drive." They will still be displayed, only now they might be displayed simply as "CD Drive."

Also, if you disable Shell Hardware Detection, or delete the shsvcs.dll, in Display Properties under the Appearance tab, you will no longer be able to choose the Windows XP Theme over the Windows Classic Theme.

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SHUTDOWN.EXE....(Remote Shutdown Tool). Allows shutdowns and restarts on local or remote PCs. I need this file to create a reboot computer shortcut in my Quick Launch.

SNDVOL32.EXE....(Volume Control). A GUI (Graphical User Interface) volume application.

stdole2.tlb....(Microsoft OLE 3.50 for Windows NT™ and Windows 95™ Operating Systems). After deleting the stdole2.tlb and rebooting your system, you may be unable to launch the Search Assistant. Placing the file back in the system32 folder immediately corrects this issue, without having to reboot. When you delete one or both the stdole2.tlb or the stdole32.tlb from the system32 folder, when installing a program that uses InstallShield, you may receive the following error message: The install Shield engine "ikernel.exe" could not be launched -Error loading type library /dll. This issue may also occur if the stdole.tlb is missing from the C:\WINDOWS\system folder. (See PART 5.)

stdole32.tlb....(Microsoft OLE 2.1 for Windows NT™ Operating System). When you delete one or both the stdole32.tlb or the stdole2.tlb from the system32 folder, when installing a program that uses InstallShield, you may receive the following error message: The install Shield engine "ikernel.exe" could not be launched -Error loading type library /dll. This issue may also occur if the stdole.tlb is missing from the C:\WINDOWS\system folder. (See PART 5.)

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Needed by Windows Task Manager

TASKMGR.EXE.....(Task Manager). The Task Manager application.
vdmdbg.dll......(VDMDBG.DLL). Needed to access Task Manager.

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themeui.dll.....(Windows Theme API). Needed by Display Properties.

usp10.dll.......(Uniscribe Unicode script processor). You cannot enter System Properties without the usp10.dll or the imm32.dll present.

zipfldr.dll ......(Compressed (zipped) Folders). Needed to package files in Compressed (zipped) form.

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Slimming Down Windows XP: The Complete Guide is my gift to those who always wanted to know which files they can delete from Windows XP, but couldn't find their answers. I have always offered my guide freely, and never asked anything in return.
and the Additionally needed to open Network Connections in Control Panel. And without it, should you double-click on a .ttf font file to view it in Font View, you will receive an Application Error telling you that this application failed to start because LZ32.dll was not found. However, the Font View will open after you click OK on the error. Outlook Express files.
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