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Unable to locate DLL

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by sgts63, Jun 5, 2009.

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  1. sgts63

    sgts63 Thread Starter

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    Stop: c0000135 (Unable to laocate DLL) The dynamic link library could not be found in the specified path Default.
    I am running windows 2000 when i turn on my comp. i get the above message and whe i try to start in safe mode comp. just stops respounding please help
    Thnk you
    sgts63
     
  2. Jbumpus

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    Do you still have the installation CD that you used to install the OS. If so I would try either doing a repair install of the OS by booting to the CD or go to the recovery console by booting to the cd and run a chkdsk /r and see if it can find and repair any bad sectors of the drive that may have been point to the DLL location.
     
  3. sgts63

    sgts63 Thread Starter

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    Thank you
    Sorry but no I don,t have it
    Is there anything eles I can try

    Thanks sgts63
     
  4. Jbumpus

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    Not really no.you could pick up a retail version of windows xp and upgrade but with an OS disk you are going to be kind of limited as to what you can do to fix the issue.

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