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Here's how to fix this problem:
1. Boot your computer from your Windows installation CD.
2. Select 'R' for the recovery console and log on as administrator.
3. At the command prompt type the following:
EXPAND -R D:\I386\c_437.nl_ C:\WINDOWS\system32\c_437.nls
(If your CD drive is different than D: or your primary hard
drive/partition is other than C:, substitute the appropriate drive
4. Select yes when you're prompted to overwrite the existing file.
5. Reboot the computer.
Depending on the level of file corruption, you may have to repeat this
process for another file. (I've had to repeat the process for
c_1252.nls as well.)
If it says it can't find teh file,
Use this command instead: expand d:\i386\c_437.nl_ c:\windows\system32\
There is a space in front of c:\
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
Boot in safe mode and run system restore if you cannot boot in safe mode you will have to get a disc and reinstall unless you know how to use the repair panel
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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