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Windows XP system32 folder problem

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My computer has been slowing down lately. When I tried to run regedit.exe, it goes something like "ACLUI.dll was not found." I poked around, but when I tried to enter the system32 folder (the path for mine is C:\WINDOWS\system32\) it goes something like "The disk in C is not formatted. Reformat it now?" And if you're wondering why I tried to run regedit, it's because I thought the computer slowed down because of a messy registry.
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go there and download it see if it makes a difference

Once you download it and install go to control panel ..system...hardware...device manager

check to see if there are yellow mark be side any device if there are you may need to update them your drivers thats what slowing you down
no need to reformat

Edited by rushin1nd, 02 October 2006 - 10:41 PM.

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