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When i turn on my computer, a box comes up saying: Msgsrv32 has caused an error in MMSYSTEM.DLL Msgsrv32 will now close. whar do/can I do? is my computer dead now? worth fixing?

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Just reinstall windows.if your not sure how to ask me.
your pc is certainly not dead theres just a few system 32 files missing.you have previously uninstalled something and shared files were deleted

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Note: Start Windows in Safe Mode to complete any of the following steps if you're unable to access Windows normally due to the sensapi.dll error.

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Here is what the Media test failure check cable eiting PXE ROM means:
Iam sure when we were changing some settings with the BIOS you must have done something wrong.Just reemember if you changed some settings over there.

try change the boot-order in the BIOS
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