click hereAny ideas? I also see the same if I access CP via My Computer. I've run sfc /scannow but no change.Windows XP SP2 fully updated.
Have you tried doing a search for *.cpl, then look at the properties of (I think) the copies of inetcpl.cpl that you have , one 'might' be a trojan? click here
Not to sure if this will help you Vog.. click here
Thanks guys - will check tomorrow and respond. Had an early start and have to Zzz..
This must be a first.VoG™ seeking help...:-)
What about Restore?
No from what I see on Google, VoG has probably got a nastie, any-way we will see tomorrow after he has had his 'beauty' sleep :-)
Have you recently used any software related to MamboServer ?This seems to be a pretty common problem with the 4.5.2 update,although this version seems old.Probably absolutely nothing to do with your problem,but worth a try.click here
If anything to do with Mamboserver more of your problem here click here
Not a nasty or anything to do with Mamboserver. I only have one inetcpl.dll in System32 plus one in the DLL cache.TweakUI showed an extra entry 'inetcpl.cpl (2)' which I've unticked and the duplicate entry has gone.A bit of a mystery but I'll probably never know the reason, so ticked.Thanks for all the replies.
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