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When i click any icon at the control panel,this notice appears C:\WINDOWS\system32 rundl32.exe APPLICATION NOT FOUND

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Seems to be a problem with your Windows Installation. A repair of your Windows would be a good solution at this stage, but other problems might be in the background, this including RAM or HDD failure or viruses.

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