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Stop: c0000135 {Unable to Locate Component}

Thats the note that would come out on the screen, every time I reboot..

IT all started when I interupted , "System Restore" .. it take so long that i shut off the power..

pls help.

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  • Anonymous Apr 21, 2009

    I have the same problem but its for my Inspiron 6400 laptop. It also says that it can't find KERNEL32.dll.

    Will using a boot disk solve this problem as well?


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Interrupting a restore is bad, very bad, but I guess you figured that out. At this point, you're going to need to start by doing a bios flash. Use another machine to download the system bios from Dell's support site and create a bootable disc. There should be a section for creating a bootable disc in the downloads. Run the disc in your machine, then do a system repair with your recovery or operating system disc. This will cure the glitch that was created during the restore interruption.

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