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    Error message “sttray.exe - Entry point not found” pop up while starting up Windows XP

    Each time I boot my PC running on Windows XP, I can view the error message “sttray.exe - Entry point not found. The procedure entry point localize string could not be located in the dynamic link library stlang.dll”. I can’t recognize the sttray.exe file for resolving the error. In what way can I prevent my system from showing this error message?



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    Re: Error message “sttray.exe - Entry point not found” pop up while starting up Windows XP

    The stlang.dll is a dynamic link library file used for the audio capability of your PC. This error can disable the sound in your system. You can avoid this error by uninstalling the problematic driver and allowing it to reload again. Click on ‘Start’ button and hit the ‘Run’ option available in the start menu for that. When the Run dialog box pop up on the screen, type devmgmt.msc into ‘Open’ field and press the ‘OK’ button. You can then find Device Manager window from which click the ‘Sound, Video and Controllers’ option. Right click on the audio component afterwards and choose ‘Uninstall’ option. Then, restart the PC to load the audio component again.

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