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kernell32.dll problem

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by 66Stang, Sep 23, 2004.

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  1. 66Stang

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    Hi, I uninstalled a program earlier and got a little click happy. None the less I think I messed up, or possibly deleted my kernell32.dll file. When I try to run numerous problems I get a kernell32.dll error.

    I am running Windows XP Professional with service Pack 1 installed.

    If you need to know more about my computer please post. I also download the CWC or CWS whatever I was reading about and it removed 1 thing. I also have ran SB and Adware a few times. Removing 216 files this last time, but I'm still having the error.

    If I need to do a hijack this just reply yes and I will get that done as well.

    Thanks for any help,
    - Brandon
     
  2. 66Stang

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    bumped
     
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    what program did you get rid of?
     
  4. 66Stang

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    Download Accelerator Plus 7, but the screen came up about confirming to delete some files and my mouse is set up to go to the deafult button automatically. So I was working on something else while uninstalling and it clicked it before I noticed...
     
  5. 66Stang

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    hello
     
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