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To you now when i started my pc my windows live care asked me that,it had blocked c:\windows\system32\rundll32.exe, to allow it or not, then i had searched on net about it.... it seems that it is worm/virus like that then my fire wall blocked it.. but still i have the problem of opening my c..and also i cant downlaod any thing, the speed is too poor, this all are i m telling to ur information.. thanks n may the gret god bless you.......

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Rundll32 is a system file ... as i told you previously due to virus attack some system files have damaged ...
it can solved only by reinstall the windows Xp as i told in earlier post ...

any doubts reply me
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Put the Windows XP CD ROM disk in the CD ROM drive.

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