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RUNDLL error loading c:\WINNT\system32\xlipladg.dll

Windows 2000 professional is my OS. when i start my system this error will occors. see as bellow.

RUNDLL error loading c:\WINNT\system32\xlipladg.dll

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I don't have this on my W2k system. If you can boot into safe mode and do a search for it, you probably could delete it. As there is no system restore in W2K, the best thing to do is make a backup of your documents and settings folders or at least your documents.

This also could be associated with something downloaded or installed recently.

A search on the internet returned no result so its not in any current databases.

So, boot into safe mode, search for it, rename it xlipladg.old and reboot.

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Worldvet

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Posted on Dec 11, 2008

  • Glenn Rogers
    Glenn Rogers Dec 11, 2008

    Hi,

    Can you not get to a Safe Mode boot menu?

    And, have you tried booting from your Windows CD or using a Boot Disk from Hirens or another?

    Is this your essential problem? That you cannot get passed this stop screen?

    If so, we can probably get you taken care of. I do need a bit more to go on.

    Thanks,
    Worldvet


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