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MSS32.dll is used quote commonly in various games. A fair number of games rely on Windows having this dll file already installed to an indexed folder such as c:\windows or c:\windows\system32. If you are missing this file you should try reinstalling the game first as there are multiple versions of it - my online research shows 3 distinct versions for games like GTA3/4, Zoo Tycoon, and Counter Strike. It also appears it might be used for some graphics programs.
If reinstalling the program that is giving you this error you might try downloading a common version of the DLL file from http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?mss32. You should first try putting the file in the 2 folders mentioned above, then start putting it in the folder with the program that is claiming the file is missing (for instance: C:\Program Files\Valve\Steam\SteamApps\<account name>\counter-strike source\bin).
I hope this helps!
Download or have a Counter-Strike 1.6 setup ( or any other version, I mentioned this version just because of it's popularity) from your friend. Double-click on the setup (.exe) file if it is normal installer or un-zip the Zipped file to extract the installer and then run the Setup file. Now just follow the on-screen instructions and you will be done in a few minutes. You can download it from the following link ------
Steam is a platform for managing and launching Windows (and now Mac) based games. You will need to have Steam installed in order to run specific games if the game depends on it. There is nothing you can do about a game that requires Steam as that is the way the developer or publisher designed it.
Che whether mouse is enabled in Device manager.If yes go to the below registry location
Chk the key for mouse and delete upper or lowerfilters if any.
Can you do a factory repair ? Just wondering if you tried that first by putting in the Vista operating system disk and do a reinstall but instead of wipping out you complete computer just doa repair and that should get you system up. if not get back here and we can try a different method.