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rylee

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says the file is missing or corrupt : C:\windows\ifshlp.syswininit.exe,(missing\unable to load)


C:\windows\system\vmm32.vxd

won't load from disc dell dimension 8200 any help appreciated tyvm
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Try running the repair process using the Windows XP CD. Details here:
http://helpdesk.its....pairinstall.htm
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Will the computer start in safe mode (start tapping F8 when the computer is turned on) try safe mode. If it starts then try system restore.
1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click System Restore.

The first time you use System Restore, there are two options on the Welcome page:
• Restore my computer to an earlier time
• Create a restore point

2. Click Restore my computer to an earlier time and click Next.

A calendar appears.
3. In the calendar, choose which Restore Point to roll your system back to.
4. Click Next.

You are prompted to close all applications before completing the Restore process because the computer will restart.
5. Upon completion of the restart, a confirmation screen appears. Click OK to continue using your computer.
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[b]assumeing this is windows Me..use the ME start-up disk..providing U made one..then U can do a safe mode start up..U might try doing a scanreg/restore..to see if that fixes the problem..
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Try running the repair process using the Windows XP CD. Details here:
http://helpdesk.its....pairinstall.htm




thank you
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Will the computer start in safe mode (start tapping F8 when the computer is turned on) try safe mode. If it starts then try system restore.
1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click System Restore.

The first time you use System Restore, there are two options on the Welcome page:
• Restore my computer to an earlier time
• Create a restore point

2. Click Restore my computer to an earlier time and click Next.

A calendar appears.
3. In the calendar, choose which Restore Point to roll your system back to.
4. Click Next.

You are prompted to close all applications before completing the Restore process because the computer will restart.
5. Upon completion of the restart, a confirmation screen appears. Click OK to continue using your computer.









thank you
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[b]assumeing this is windows Me..use the ME start-up disk..providing U made one..then U can do a safe mode start up..U might try doing a scanreg/restore..to see if that fixes the problem..

thank you
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Are you able to work through this.
Error Message
Click on the error message and have a read let me know if you need a hand.
Cheers
Peterm
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