prompts the Windows master process to stop working when the computer is in normal use
1, open the C disk--windows--system32;
2, find rundll32.exe documents;
3, right click Rundll32.exe, select "Properties"
4, click to switch to "security";
5, click the "Edit" button;
6, check Full Control-Allow, click OK;
7, or from other normal use of the computer copy c:/windows/system32 under the Rundll32 file, and paste into the problem of the same directory of the computer replacement can be.