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    windows needs load dll's

    when i try to boot up my computer in windows xp, i get a message that windows is missing load dll's. safe mode tells me that the files it needs are ntoskrnl.exe hal.dll and kdcom.dll i have seen that a lot of people have had this problem and were able to fix it by running a windows repair, but hwen i try to run a windows repair it just says that it is an unformatted partition, but when i add the hard drive as an extra to my other computer, i can access all of my files, so the partition is properly formatted and isn't screwed up. does anyone know how i could fix this without having to reformat and start over?

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    AO French Antique News Whore
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    Your boot master or mbr is mess up. Those are hard to fix without reformating.
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    AO Ancient: Team Leader
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    Try this
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    These files come in well after the boot manager has finished.

    Try reconciling them with the original media's(or last service packs) versions of the .dlls.
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    Right turn Clyde Nokia's Avatar
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    Hi there seek&destroy ,

    Thats the second outdated post you have brought up now, appritiate your trying to help but it is doubtfull if these people need help anymore.

    Check the dates- if they are flashing it is generaly the rule that you dont post unless you have something real helpful to add.

    There are a few round here who usually get upset and would more than likley neg you for it.
    Drugs have taught an entire generation of kids the metric system.


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