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When i boot up my PC i get warnings for a system32.mlang.dll file. it wont let me do a system restore or anything to fix it. is there a way i can fix this without buying another windows xp disc? i cant get it on the net because it wont let me get online either. thanks in advance
Hi shecter2003, if you can get inside of windows, try doing this:
1. Click Start > run > cmd
2. A black box should show, type there sfc /scannow then press Enter
That should fix and scan all of your system files & it should fix most dll file errors. Check this out for reference.
Hope this helps.
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