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WUPS.DLL issue after fdisk and reloading XP Home

I insterted my XP Home CD and rebooted my computer and it triggered the reload of the OS. I chose to fdisk the main partition first and then it loaded/copied everying to install windows xp home. I answered the questions and when it went to restart it hung. I waited about 5 minutes and did not hear the hard drive so I powered my Desktop down and when I powered it back up it still hund. The second time I powered up itnd I took it into safe mode I saw that it always hung on wups.dll. Any suggestions?

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Re: WUPS.DLL issue after fdisk and reloading XP Home

When you finished the installation you must of ticked the part where it says 'do you want windows to check for updates now', as the wups.dll is the file that checks the internet for windows updates. If you cannot get windows to startup correctly, then i would start your system up again with the disc in and either choose repair or reinstall and dont let it check for updates this time as you won't be connected to the net.

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