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Need Help Fast C:\WINDOWS\System32\mpr.dll missing

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by kingfuzz, Mar 25, 2008.

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  1. kingfuzz

    kingfuzz Thread Starter

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    I keep on getting this error when I run my computer system32 mpr.dll missing.
    Okay here is what happened my .net framework was acting up so I decided to repair the
    program. After that I restarted my computer and it was a rap from there. I can no longer run
    my computer ex. I start my computer up and all it does is just restart it self over and over
    again. I do not have a windows xp reinstall disk but I did try the system restore disk that did not work along with two other disk I brought from ebay.

    I am thinking of upgrading to windows vista will this solve the problem?
     
  2. dman4862

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    have you tried doing last known good configuration?
     
  3. kingfuzz

    kingfuzz Thread Starter

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    Yes I Have when the system restore CD finishes it gives me an system32\MBR.DLL missing the master boot record is missing.
     
  4. dman4862

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    if the MBR is screwed up or missing this would be the reason why your computer keeps booting in an endless cycle because the MBR typically helps with the boot up by looking up which partition to boot from in the partition table. try doing a repair install and go into the XP recovery console and using the FIXBOOT and FIXMBR commands. You will need a full install disk to do this. i know you mentioned you dont have a full install disk,try and see if a friend or someone you know has one but Other than that I do not believe there is another way to repair or restore a MBR without totally reformatting the HDD. Maybe someone else might have another solution. ideas?
     
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