Just copy the file from the windows dir (system32).
Thats all folks.
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I installed Windows Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2 for Windows XP Fixed my PSAPI.DLL problem right up thx!! for the info and topic!!!
I read through this forum having the same problem.
Rather than going into files and changing names and deleting them, it really is much easier to do what this person said and install IE 8 which fixed my problem straight away!
#32 - Posted 18 January 2009 - 11:15 AM
I used the manual fix listed at the top (renamed my old psapi.dll file to psapiold.dll and it worked perfectly. However, I did have to do some hunting to find the old psapi.dll file. Mine was located in \program files\SBC LightSpeed Self Support Tools\SmartBridge. Not sure exactly where you's will be located but I actually went file by file looking until I found it. Didn't take as long as it may sound though. Maybe 30 mins. Hope that helps.
#35 - Posted 09 September 2009 - 06:09 PM