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Windows 95 w/Kernel32 error

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Please help. Have two computers down. This one is Windows 98 and was having a Kerner32 error. I found a replacement file and loaded it, but realized that the original was still there. Deleted new one, but now windows hangs at opening screen without any options. Have opened in safe mode still same issue.

Any help would be appreciated!!!


Edited by webdeb59, 26 June 2005 - 12:27 PM.

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'Kernel32' errors are almost always incurable without a full re-install of Windows, in my experience. Back up all your own stuff to somewhere else and re-install. It will save you days of trying to figure out what's wrong and getting nowhere fast. If, however, you don't fancy a re-install, you might glean some help from this site dedicated to kernel32 errors: http://www.all-windo...m/kernel32.html
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