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hal.dll big problem


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yes, if when the PC reboots after doing all the file copying the repair is complete.
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Follow microsofts guide.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314477
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thanks again for your help on this issue. i ended up just re-installing so unfortunately i dont have a solution.
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Thanks for letting me know. The hal.dll is a major problem and for some reason the fix did not want to work

Glad you got it sorted :whistling:
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