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My laptop wont boot up, systom 32...dll? Pxe-E53

I've tried all sorts and it's pxxx'n me off a wee bit now... Regcure doesn't work!

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Go to microsoft website and give the error number

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When I try to boot up my Compaq Presario model no SR 1420UK, I get the message: “Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: <Windows...


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Also download windows nt or xp boot image from the net and create floppies or cd rom from that to boot up.

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AFTER GETTING PROMPT GO TO
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