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IE7 Kernal32.dll error problem

The problem occured after the PC was set back to factory setting with the help of Dell. Can you still answer my question regarding the software I spoke of in last email and whether it is is not best to use such a program such as this?

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Insert the XP disc then go to start and then run type sfc /scannow
if still cannot you must restore to the last date it is working..

Posted on Sep 16, 2008

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Try to uninstall IE7. You can use the following method if it does not show up in add/remove programs.
Reference: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927177
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IF SP3 was installed AFTER IE7, you MUST uninstall SP3 first, uninnstall IE7, then re-install SP3. If SP3 is NOT installed, simply follow the procedure as shown.

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