Error loading C:\windows\system 32\spool...etc

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I don't know how to get an answer to my problem. It is very simple. Every time I boot up my computer I get the following error message just before the main screen comes on:

Error loading C:|WINDOWS\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\3\LXBStime.dll The specified module could not be found.

HOW DO I FIX THE PROBLEM?

I think the following program data is what is needed.

Microsoft Home Edition XP Version 2002

H E L P ! ! !

Miocrosoft Office 2000 Premium
 
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Okay, well what I understand is that there's something wrong with your drivers. Check your drivers (Right click my computer > Properties > Hardware > Device Manager) and check that there's no yellow question marks next to any of the drivers.

Other then that there's a great program I've been using called "Uniblue DriverScanner", it scans your drivers and checks what needs to be updated, and such. And you can download/install drivers straight from the program. So I'd recommend it to you, but you have to pay for the full version.

Hope it helps. :)
 
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Windows is looking for a printer driver. Do you have a lexmark printer? If so, have you changed/updated drivers for it recently?
 
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Did you have a Lexmark installed on it in the past and did the problem start when you installed the HP? If so, you can to remove the invalid registry entry. You could try getting Ccleaner and after installing and starting Ccleaner you can use the Registry module to scan for issues then fix issues. It will ask you if you want to back up when you click fix issues. Click Yes.
 
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