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HAL.DLL MISSING OR CORRUPT AGAIN...


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Darth...

I read the last article that you send me and followed the instructions.

After doing that I was able to log-in into XP but the puter was acting somewhat weird, I mean, it was real slow, I thought it might be for that windows repair that we tried to do but was unable to finish, so I continued with it, and it gave me 2 errors which I couldn't write down to post them, but was able, I suppose, to repair my Windows installation. It asked me for the key again and was also able to update thru Windows Update to SP2 and all necessary patches, etc...

The Internet Security was acting weird too so I removed it and reinstalled it, it seems to be working fine...

All the files and previous installed software was there...

I ran Spywareblaster, Spybot Search & Destroy, M$ Antispyware is running too as well as NAV'05...

I searched for Sasser just in case with a removal tool but found nothing...

At last I created a Restore Point in case the prob comes back again, we'll see...

Thanks for the help! I really appreciate it!!!

I gave the puter back to my friend and hopefully no probs should arise...
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The two error messages that I mentioned earlier are:

1.- Access violation at address 74E50B09. Read of address 74E50B09

2.- Access violation at address 74E729AC. Read of address 74E729AC

Any clues?...
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