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Os booting problem

When i voot my computer it shows l_intl.nls file is missing.

what will i have to do without formatting harddisk

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Try running the repair console from the CD.. fixboot, Fixmbr, And chkdsk /p may repair the missing or corrupt file other wise you can replace/install the missing file with another good working system and put the drive in an external enclosure.
Good luck!

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