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How to fix missing dll file...
how to install that one...
If u have missing .dll file (download from web)
copy .dll file to c:\windows\system32
go to run and type (if ur dll file is abc.dll)
and press enter n ok
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
Dll errors often come when there is an entry in shared dll registry section for a dll which is not present on the computer. Programs generally remove files but not registry entries upon uninstallation. Such can be fixed using good registry cleaner like Advanced PC Tweaker http://www.repair-dll.com/
If your system is missing a windows dll then you might have to repair your installation after fixing the previous registry entry of that dll using a good
Posted on Dec 01, 2011
If you are having OS. Restart the system & Insert the OS cd into the drive. before this fo to BIOS change the first boot device as cd rom.
Press any key to boot......... (Press any key)
Repair using recovery console press r
type the command chkdsk /r
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
From the MS-DOS "C:\>" prompt quickly determine if your computer has the "hal.dll" file by typing "dir hal.dll /s" at the prompt. If the computer returns a "File not found" message, the hal.dll has been deleted.
To recover this file boot the Windows operating system CD and choose the option to "Restore", "Repair", or "Recover." This option will prompt you for the Windows installation to use, the administrators password and will allow you to restore the proper file. At the MS-DOS prompt type the below command.
expand C:\i386\hal.dl_ D:\windows\system32\
In the above example "D" would be the letter of your CD-ROM drive and "C" the letter of the drive your operating system is installed on. For example, your disc drive may be D: and your hard drive is likely C:.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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