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After XP repair reinstall... no virtual memory page file


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whiffenpoof78

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I just did a repair reinstall of windows XP because my computer wouldn't boot. During the installation, I got the error message:
sub component COM+ raised an exception while processing the OC_COMPLETE_INSTALLATION setup message. d:\nt\com\com1x\scr\complussetup\compsetup\csetuputil.cpp (line 3406) ERROR CODE=0x8007007f
The specified procedure could not be found. Failed to load the library 'c:\windows\system32\catsrv.dll'
The computer boots now but gives a warning that there is no page file. I have gone to the System portion of control panel and monkeyed with the page file settings but it hasn't changed and the computer doesn't run properly.
Any ideas?
Thanks
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gerryf

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whiffenoeef (I'm not even going to ask),

Start > run
cmd
<enter>

type

cd \windows\system32
regsvr32 ole32.dll
regsvr32 oleaut32.dll

Reboot.

Help?
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Thanks for the response! I have to wait 'til I get home from work to try it (breathless with anticipation). I'll let you know.
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Hi Gerry,
I tried your suggestion and unfortunately nothing has changed. Thanks anyway...
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