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How to: XP repair installation on partitioned HD


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See if Move on Boot will rename the file. Rename it FlashUtil10.old

If that works, try deleting the renamed file.
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See if Move on Boot will rename the file. Rename it FlashUtil10.old

If that works, try deleting the renamed file.



STRANGE!! It allowed me to rename it to FlashUltil10.old, BUT,....same thing. Access denied. Make sure disk isn't full or write protected or the file is in use??
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Try KillBox: http://killbox.net/
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Try KillBox: http://killbox.net/



Hey Broni. Thank you for the suggestion. I d/l'ed killbox, but believe it or not......I got an error in my attempt to install it....lol.

Component MSCOMCTL.OCX or one of it's dependencies nor correctly registered: a file is missing or invalid
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Go Start>Run, type in:
cmd
Click OK.

At command prompt, type in:
regsvr32 mscomctl.ocx
Press Enter.

Try installing KB again.
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Go Start>Run, type in:
cmd
Click OK.

At command prompt, type in:
regsvr32 mscomctl.ocx
Press Enter.

Try installing KB again.


Did it and got a popup alert:

LoadLibrary("mscomctl.ocx")failed - The specified module could not be found

**NOTE** I searched my system for mscomctl.ocx and it WAS found in the \system32 folder????
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More work for you: http://www.cryer.co....e_not_found.htm Posted Image
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Forgot to mention; that file is ALSO in my \i386 folder
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More work for you: http://www.cryer.co....e_not_found.htm Posted Image


Oh goodness!....lol.

Well,....that's going to have to wait until tomorrow evening. Have an early/long day to see my sister-in-law in the morning.


Thanks be as always folks!

Until next time, at your convenience, g'nite.
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No worries. We'll be here....
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