3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 18, 2012 4:26 PM by Hayton

    udaterui.exe - Entry Point Not Found

      I am getting this error everytime my PC boots up after logon. This error is also locking down my network connection and hangs up the PC.

       

      The exact error is "udaterui.exe - Entry Point Not Found -

      The procedure entry point  xsputn@?$basic_streambuf@DU?$char_traitis@D@std@@@std@@MAEHPBDH@Z">?xsputn@?$ba sic_streambuf@DU?$char_traitis@D@std@@@std@@MAEHPBDH@Z  could not be located in the dynamic link library MSVCP71.dll. Any assistance in getting my PC back to normal would be greatly appreciated.

       

       

      Thanks

       

      Message was edited by: Hayton - removing "mailto" html code from this post on 17/12/12 22:18:23 GMT
        • 1. Re: udaterui.exe - Entry Point Not Found
          Hayton

          Your question has been posted in the Consumer section. Is your installation of McAfee also a Corporate or Enterprise one?

           

          There's a thread in the Business section saying something similar (HERE). The advice there was -

          reregister all the dlls in the common framework folder from the command prompt using the regsvr32 command


          start

          cmd

          browse to folder

          Regsvr32.exe *.dll

          choose ok

           

          Apart from "udaterui.exe", which is

          ... a Common User Interface from McAfee, Inc. belonging to McAfee Common Framework.

           

          everything else in the message refers to non-McAfee programs. "xsputn" is C++ stream i/o, and msvcp71.dll is part of the Microsoft C Runtime Library.

          • 2. Re: udaterui.exe - Entry Point Not Found

            This didnt do anything as the error did not go away and also when trying to update the regsvr32.exe i got the error (No DLL Name specfied)

            • 3. Re: udaterui.exe - Entry Point Not Found
              Hayton

              when trying to update the regsvr32.exe i got the error (No DLL Name specfied)

               

              You may not have been in the right location in the file system.

               

              Again : what McAfee product have you got?