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Windows vista winads32.rom error

Hi Everybody,My problem when the windows vista startup this error msg appear everytime '' winads32.rom error ''(It is a Rundll Error)

So... what can I do?!!

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  • moselhy Nov 15, 2008

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  • moselhy Nov 17, 2008

    Anybody there????

  • moselhy Nov 17, 2008




    DreadLed, unfortunately... It didn't work !!! :(


    thnx for ur try.

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Try to install this windows patch

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