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I recently logged onto my comp and was going online when I got kicked off. Then when I tried coming back on the screen went black and said that a file I had was missing or corrupt and needed to be re installed. It was the <windows root> system32.ha1.dll. At first I was thinking what the [bleep] is this, and turned off the power ^_^. I hoped it would come back on fine but the same thing came on. I tried rebooting the comp and putting it on system recovery, but none of that worked. Then I left and came back and I think my mom or someone else went into the BIOS and put a password on it, and instead of the black screen saying that the file was corrupt, it kept asking for a disk or cd boot. I have been looking for repair, and tried doing this diskette creator from the kroll ontrack inc site, but that failed as well. What can I do? The comp right now is useless because the desktop can't even be accessed.

any help would be appreciated. There is a chance that I may not find this post intime so if you reply, please email instead if you can. [email protected]
thank you
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