Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Cfoss program .dll file deleted from system32 folder...now, windows cannot verify any type of internet connection. It displays a dns error. Is there any way to fix it?
I m not sure which .dll file you are mentioning to exactly, however you can try booting to safe mode. Try doing a system restore to a point when may be the .dll file was not deleted. If thats not a fix for you, restart the computer in safe mode again and go to start, run and run the sfc /scannow command. If that does not help either, try to download the .dll file for the internet in another computer and save it in a CD or any external media and install the .dll file to the affected computer.
Posted on May 30, 2008
If yu have a copy of win xp cd. what u do is insert it in yr cd rom drive then make sure yr first boot device is cd rom. now restat yr computer to boot from cd rom just as if u want to reinstall a new xp os but this time yu will chose the option "repair" on the second blue screen that will come out.
try this and all deleted files will be replaced..
NB: before yu start this process make sure yu back up yr important files to a diff drive say d: or possibly external drives incase things go wrong.
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