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How long has this been happening? Did you try a system restore?
(start>all programs>accessories>system tools>system restore) or search system restore. Restore the system to before this was happening. Keep in mind, any programs you've installed will be affected. Also you might have to update your antivirus.
Open "My computer", right click on the C: drive and select properties, click the "Tools" tab, and click the "Check now..." Button under "Error-checking" Make sure both boxes are checked. A window will appear asking to re-schedule. Do so, than reboot your computer and let it do the repairs.
CauseCauses of the "missing or corrupt hal.dll" error include, naturally, a damaged hal.dll DLL file or a hal.dll file that has been deleted or moved from its intended location.
Additional causes may include a damaged or missing boot.ini file or possibly a physically damaged hard drive.
Restart the PC. The hal.dll error could be a fluke.
Repair or replace the boot.ini file.
This will work if the cause of the problem is actually Windows XP's
boot.ini file and not the hal.dll file, which is often times the case.
Note: If repairing the boot.ini does correct the hal.dll issue but the problem reappears after a reboot and
you've recently installed Internet Explorer 8 in Windows XP, uninstall
IE8. In this specific situation, IE8 could be the root cause of your
The following is the site address where you can find all the drivers. and don't worry about the no. because 2482 is a member of acer travelmate 2480 series. the drivers will work just fine. just download and enjoy.
Does the dialog box say Isass.exe not found !!! If so then it was corrupted by a virus and ur antivirus did a bad job of cleaning it... it modified/deleted it. Isass.exe is a system/servicecontrol file. If u have another pc copy Isass.exe from it..... Isass.exe is found in C:\Windows\System32
Error Message after Installing Security Updates 925902 and 928843 This afternoon (April 3rd, 2007) my Automatic Updates alerted me about a couple updates I needed to install, so I did. Upon rebooting the computer though I was confronted with the following error message "RTHDCPL.EXE - Illegal System DLL Relocation"
"The system DLL user32.dll was relocated in memory. The Application will not run properly. The relocation occurred because the DLL C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\HHCTRL.OCX occupied an address range reserved for Windows system DLLs. The vendor supplying the DLL should be contacted for a new DLL."
Cause of Error Message
Turns out this error occurs when the Realtek HD Audio Control Panel by Realtek Semiconductor Corporation is installed. This is my built-in sound card on my computer.
The HHCTRL.OCX file that is included in the Security update 928843 and the User32.dll files that is included in Security Update 925902 have conflicting base addresses. When Windows loaded the HHCTRL.OCX file before it loads the User32.DLL file, the problem occurs.
The error occurs when the following third party programs or applications are installed on a computer with Windows XP Service Pack 2 installed. Realtek HD Audio Control Panel ElsterFormular 2006/2007 TUGZip CD-Tag Microsoft now has released a patch to correct the problems, you can go to the following link to download and install the patch for the patch :-)
have you tried running a chkdsk ? at start press the f8 key 4-5 times ask system to start on command prompt when you see the C:\ curser , type chkdsk press enter it may be your computer cannot access part of a program due to it being crosslinked
this has no guarantee to solve it because you may have actually lost or moved the .dll file. windoc.exe in norton utilities will fix this