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regarding your computer problem, your daughter's, the easiest way to resolve it is to use the recovery disk provided with your laptop. if you dont have one, you can just use the Windows XP (i supposed your using windows) installer CD to restore your windows to a fresh version thus re-installing any corrupted dll files.
1. Insert your windows installer CD in your CD Drive.
2. Turn ON your laptop. It should boot with the installer to begin the installation. If setup is bypassed, you should press DEL or F2 key while powering up your laptop to enter into BIOS and set the boot priority. First boot should be the CD/DVD the follows the C
3. When setup prompts you to FRESH install windows, choose YES (not the repair option)
4. then windows looks for previous installation. When it finds your old windows, that's the time to chose REPAIR. All programs and files will not be affected. it will just overwrite windows files and stuff but not affect your instaklled programs and files.
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Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Well, one of the integrated circuits (IC) that's on the communication part of the motherboard could be corrupted and needs a to be replaced. That IC needs a reformat, but NO ONE can reformat an IC. Only the fab manufacturer could reformat an IC that there's a special program used to reformat it. The error is very similar to the "Bad Checksum".
Are you getting into the command prompt while trying to boot up your computer? If yes, try typing this code:
"copy c:\windows\system32\dllcache\url.dll c:\windows\system32" (without quotes).
Hit enter after typing the codes. Then exit the recovery console and reboot and see if you have obtained your desired result.
If you get the same problem, you need to contact the computer manufacturer or the reseller for second opinion.
Hope it helps and have a great day!
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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