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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: WINDOWS XP SP2

re install windows from windows sp2 disc.....
dont use the same disc that you already used for the previous installation

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

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SOURCE: Error When XP loads

you have a virus.
Grisoft help will help you


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Posted on Nov 08, 2007

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SOURCE: Error no 0x80070003 appears when trying to install Windows update.

Click on the start button, click run
at the run window type the following:

sfc /scannow

now your windows system files will be checked for changed, if they are changed a fresh copy of the files will be copyed from the windows cd.

Note: you must have the original windows installation cd in the cd/dvd drive.

Posted on Jan 04, 2008

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SOURCE: control dun dll problem

Damn that is bad... Did you got any virus recently? do you also have admin rights? I suggest do a last known good configuration or system restore to a week that your computer is good and running. In anyways, the best thing you can do is repair windows XP with XP cd...

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

worldvet
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SOURCE: RUNDLL error loading c:\WINNT\system32\xlipladg.dll

I don't have this on my W2k system. If you can boot into safe mode and do a search for it, you probably could delete it. As there is no system restore in W2K, the best thing to do is make a backup of your documents and settings folders or at least your documents.

This also could be associated with something downloaded or installed recently.

A search on the internet returned no result so its not in any current databases.

So, boot into safe mode, search for it, rename it xlipladg.old and reboot.

Regards,
Worldvet

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It could be caused by a corrupted third-party entry, try this:
Create a folder, say, TempCPL in My Documents. Using Windows Explorer, navigate to \Windows\System32 and display the files as Details. Click View > Arrange by Type and look for files with .cpl as the extension. You may have to Show Extensions in Folder Options > View Tab to see them.
Check from their Properties which are not Microsoft. Move the non-Microsoft .cpl files one by one to the new folder and open Control Panel after each move to see if the problem has gone. After detecting the culprit, leave it in the TempCPL folder and move back the other .cpl files. If the problem is not a non-Microsoft file, repeat the procedure for the Windows .cpl files. There are copies of the Windows files in C:\WINDOWS\ServicePackFiles\i386.

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How can i run add remove program without going to control pannel?


Do START, RUN then type in C:\WINDOWS\system32\appwiz.cpl

Most programs also have a separate uninstall program in their program group - Do START, ALL PROGRAMS, select the program group you want to uninstall and see if there is an uninstall icon.

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Seems like the applet from Control Panel has gone missing.
Get hold of your Windows XP CD and try this in command line: expand D:\i386\inetcpl.cp_ C:\Windows\system32\inetcpl.cpl

Of course, replacing D: with whichever your driver letter maybe.
If you don't have a CD, hopefully they can still be in your DLLCACHE folder:
You should have 2 inetcpl* files in C:\windows\system32. If they are not there, see if you can copy them from C:\windows\system32\dllcache to C:\windows\system32.

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RUNDLL Error Message, Windows XP


Dear sir,

Welcome to Fixya.

Rundll error is observed when computer is attacked by viruses and spyware.I think your computer is infected by virus and spyware.You can remove the viruses and spyware by using good Antivirus software,but if you want to get rid of all errors permenantely, solution is format your pc and reinstall your operating system then install good antivirus.
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hi,
http://www.fix-all-dll-errors.com/mprapi.dll/

u can go to this site...this will help in case of missing or for downloading dll's or also if there is errors in dll's..!
I also registered few dll's from this site...worked in my case :)

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I hit F8, here is the new error message


If this is all you are seeing, then this is not an error. What is happening here is that your computer is loading Safe Mode. This is a way to load Windows operating system without any extra software or programs, using the most basic drivers and software to load. There are a lot of benefits to accessing this mode, especially if you installed a program that stops you from getting into Normal Mode, or you have a virus that does the same. It makes it easy to troubleshoot. Here is a link to a website with a little more info:

http://www.computerhope.com/jargon/s/safemode.htm

If you load your computer normally by not pressing any keys, then you should be fine.

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Control dun dll problem


Damn that is bad... Did you got any virus recently? do you also have admin rights? I suggest do a last known good configuration or system restore to a week that your computer is good and running. In anyways, the best thing you can do is repair windows XP with XP cd...

Dec 06, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Windows XP Control Panel


Hi,

1) I am assuming that you are referring to the:

"Add or remove Programs" icon.


2) The corresponding control panel applet is:

...\windows\system32\appwiz.cpl


3) It is run beneath the Windows 32-bit DLL launcher:

...\windows\system32\rundll32.exe

This is the task you will see in the Task Manager.


4) You can run this control applet manually by using:

START ---> RUN: appwiz.cpl


If the RUN command is not on the START MENU,
you will have to re-enable it:

RIGHT click on the taskbar and chose properties,
-----> Start menu ---> customize ----> advanced ----->
scroll down to the RUN command item and put a check
mark beside it.


5) But first you want to make sure the file is legit, not a virus.
Locate the file, right-click, chose properties and...check

The copy right, date and size:

Size = 549.888 bytes (on XP pro SP2)
Date = August 4, 2004, 12:56:58 AM
File Version = 5.1.2600.2180 (xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)
Company = Microsoft

You may need to go into your Windows Explorer settings
and enable the display of hidden and system files.


6) Scan the file with several anti-viruses


7) This file is protected by system restore and by the Windows
File Protection System

This means that if you try to delete or replace it, Windows
will instantly undo all you efforts. If a virus succeeds in
damaging this file, however, the damage will stick and
resist repair.


8) If the file is rogue or damaged, try to download a bonifide
replacement. Windows Installation disk or microsoft is
the best. Be ware of rogue sites, giving away viruses.

Then

Delete all instances, in all directories, of Appwiz.cpl

You will get some warnings from windows, ignore them all.
It may also give you the option to replace the file from the
installation or service pack disk.

Put back the GOOD appwiz.cpl into the system32 directory,
reboot windows and it should work.


Martin

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