[Wine] The kernel
jjmckenzie51 at earthlink.net
Tue Nov 24 09:18:43 CST 2009
>Just remove the file and Wine should automatically place the original kernel32.dll back.
>Wine might even just ignore or overwrite the replaced DLL since it's a core part of Wine, so you wouldn't notice if it
This file cannot be overridden by just selecting the file in winecfg. The file has too many differences from the file supplied by Microsoft to even work properly.
If you are having problems running a program, tell us the program name and what the problem is. Randomly swapping out dlls may break your Wine installation and render Wine unusable.
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