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User32.dll error message

When trying to reboot I am getting a blue screen with the message: stop: {c0000135 unable to locate component} this application has failed to start because user32.dll was not found. reinstalling the application may fix this problem.

what application? can I do it without losing everything? how? HELP!!!!!

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  • fschuurmans Nov 15, 2008

    after update avg impossible to startup, safe mode accessable however will not start up and returns with same error message as in normal mode start up. Any one a suggestion how to overcome this issue since all avg error solving methods failed since i can not start up in whatever mode

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User32.dll is an important file which should normally be on your computer. You should never remove this software because it is essential. To Resolve User32.dll Errors just follow this link.

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I suggest you go do a google search and look for spybot, it has a registry FIX and scanner built in that will successfully immunize your system from hijacking website cookies and trojans, and bring your system to as close as functional as possible, then go to download.com and grab AVG anti-virus, do a complete scan, delete everything that shows, or quarantine after a successfull complete system scan. Be sure to reboot after EACH successfull AVG scan, as the program cannot delete high memory cookies or hijackers, and can only do at a system start up, before these programs go into high memory(RAM bits and bytes that users cant touch when a system is operational and fully booted up).

I hope this helps you a bunch, I have had the same DLL problems with my father's PC being hijacked from REGISTRY EDITOR cookies and trojans, mostly harmless key coder programs to watch your surfing.

If this does not help, then you are past repair on my levels and require a reinstall of the operation system and clean format of your drive. Attempt to backup all your important files to a DVD or TWO so that you can recover.

LAST RESORT is to partition the drive that you are using, and set up a system restore for your windows on this partition, if you EVER get this type of error again, if its not a corrupted video card or system driver, you can restore your PC on a clean backed up system, and retain all of your files and documents.

Just a suggestion, most will find this usefull..

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Posted on Aug 09, 2008

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