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Windows xp will not load

I had to reinstall windows xp sp2 on my laptop however now it gives me code # 0000135 RPCRT4.dll..........i have the repair option installed but it asks for an administrator password but i dont remember having one. Any way i cant start my windows xp ...please help

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Hi,

Please format and reinstall windows xp from scratch. Repairing windows xp option will not help. In reinstalling windows xp, installation won't ask you to enter admin password.

Try this, hope this helps.

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When it asks for administrator password, and you didn't have one set, just push enter and you'll be able to continue.

If you don't need any information from the computer, use a program to writes zeros to the drive and then you'll be able to install windows. HDD manufacturers provide a program to zero the drive

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