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Can you borrow a XP of the same type you have installed on your system.... Home or Pro?
This would allow you to run the sfc
According to what you have stated there is a problem with missing dll files which could be the root of the issue right now.
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i dont know any1 that would have the same computer with the disk
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could it be because of directx
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Not the same computer, just a Genuine Microsoft Xp Installation disk of the same type you have installed. Home or Pro
What you are talking about is a Recovery cd and would include all the drivers for your system.
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ok i think i found the solution for the ksuser.dll.this is what i did last time and it worked but i forgot how to do it.this is what i found,when u unzip it,unhide ur files and folders and place .dll in ur c:\windows\system32.if you can please explain to me how to place it in the c:\windows\system32 i know that will work
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i found people on the internet having the same exact problem and it helped,it couldnt hurt to try
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i was able to unzip it now i just have to place it in that area
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First open a Windows Explorer and navigate to the C:\Windows\System32 folder.
Right click on the file ksuser.dll and then click on copy
Now Right click in the System32 folder and click Paste
ksuser.dll should be copied to the folder now.
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sorry but how do i open windows explorer
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Go to Start then to All Programs
Accessories and in there should be Windows Explorer
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ok rshaffer i looked under asseccories and i didnt see windows explorer
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Ok then try it one of these ways.
If your keyboard has a "Windows Key", then Windows+E brings up Windows Explorer.

Right click on My Computer, and click on Explore.

Click on Start, then Run, and enter in a folder name, like "C:\", and click OK - that will open up Windows Explorer (without the left hand navigation pane) on that folder.

Click on Start, then Run, and enter in "explorer /e,c:\folder" where "c:\folder" is replaced with the folder you want to view. This is roughly the same as the previous point, except that the left hand navigation pane is visible.

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ok i got it up but i dont get how i would put the dll in the c:/windows/system32
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http://www.mediafire.com/?ekvvmzwmvmu this is whats under explore,i dont know where to find c:/windows/system 32,and once i do find that how do u put the dll in it
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Right click on the local C drive and that should open the Explorer.
Then you will have t go to Windows and then to System32
Then find the dll file and right click on it and then click on Copy.
Go to the System32 folder and right click and then click on Paste
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