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Dll files few days ago there was avirus trojen in my PC. it was deleting the dll files daily one by one. the computer vendor deleted the virus and reinstalled the XP. but now from last 3 days the same problems are there. dll files are missing of number of applications. but the antivirus is not detecting anything. i have scanned my pc but no result. please help me tell me what i should do.

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I had the same problem. What I did was instert my xp disk then when you load up go to install windows. It will eitehr ask you to install a new copy or repair your copy, repair..you will have to reenter your product code, but it will reinstallyour dlls without losing all of your information. OTherwise backup all info you want to a disk, format and reinstall a fresh copy.

Make sure you get rid of the virus first though.

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