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Fix pc when i start up any profile on my pc windows xp i get a box pop up with the message c:windowssystem32 wlipurd.dill comes up how can i fix this problem please

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Re: fix pc

Does it say missing or corrupt file? If so, then you will need to acquire a windows xp cd and perform a checkdisk on it.

To do this, you have to boot to the CD and choose the Recovery Console process (i.e. press R at first screen where it shows three options) Next you will reach a command prompt window. Choose your C:, enter administrator password or leave it blank if none. At next prompt, type "chkdsk c: /r" and press enter. This will check for any corrupt files and fix the errors. When finished, type EXIT and press enter. Power off the computer and then power on back booting to the hard drive now instead of the cd rom.
If this doesn't work, you will need to do a recovery.

Good luck,

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Dell computor message on a black screen windows root \system 32\hal.dill what do I do

Use the Bootcfg utility in the Recovery Console to correct the Boot.ini file:
  1. Use the Windows XP CD-ROM to start your computer.
  2. When you receive the message to press R to repair Windows by using the Recovery Console, press the R key.
  3. Select the Windows installation that you want, and then type the administrator password when prompted.
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    After Windows XP has successfully loaded, the Boot.ini can be modified to remove the incorrect entry.

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How to solve genuine problem

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There are a number of ways to resolve this issue. The first and simplest way is to download and run a microsoft fix it you can find it here


If this does not work you can try this


  • Open Windows XP task manager window, You can do it by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del or right click on taskbar and then select Task Manager.
  • On the Task Manager pop up window under processes tab find wgatray.exe process and then right click and select End process tree option and then select yes.
  • Restart Windows XP in Safe Mode.
  • Delete WgaTray.exe file from c:WindowsSystem32.
  • Delete WgaTray.exe file from c:WindowsSystem32dllcache.
  • Click on Start menu and write regedit.
  • Browse to the location,HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionWinlogonNotify
  • Delete the folder 'WgaLogon' and all its contents
  • Restart Windows XP.

As soon as you complete the above steps it will pop up again like Windows is Not Genuine. You can fix even this trouble just follow the following steps.

  • Ignore Step 2 of ending wgatray.exe before restarting to Safe Mode as it serves no purpose.
  • At Step 4, wait on the deletion confirmation dialog box and then open task manager to end wgatray.exe
  • When you are again prompted for a confirmation for terminating the process, align that confirmation box over the delete confirmation box.
  • Press Yes on the Task Manager prompt and then quickly press Yes on the deletion confirmation. (You need to repeat this if you miss it)
  • If you did it quickly then you will be able to delete the file.
  • Step #5 can be missed. I was able to do it without the Step #5.
  • Complete Step 6 to 9 as instructed.

Once you finished the all above steps just follow these steps too.

  • Go to Windows XP Control Panel > Security Center > Automatic Update Settings.
  • Select the third option "Notify me but don't automatically download or install them".
  • Click Ok.
  • Now when Windows Updates icon will appear in the system tray (it will take some time), click on the icon and it will display a list of available updates.
  • This time unselect the checkbox of Windows Genuine Advantage Notification Tool, and click on Download.
  • Select "Don't notify my about these updates again" so it will ignored every time updates are downloaded.
  • From the next time, make sure to check the list of download so that you might not install any new version of this tool.



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this problem is mostlikely due to a virus or spyware. If all else fails, put your windows xp cd in and when this loads, select install windows then let it detect installed windows. select "repair" as your option for a repair reinstall, this will fix damaged or mising windows files.

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