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2 rundll errors and a invalid system disk error


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#1 pimlo34

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Posted 02 February 2009 - 12:45 AM

okay
i've been trying to fix my computer
and i've been getting a rundll error upon opening windows saying "Error loading C:\WINDOWS\Ahanogapoga.dll The Specified module could not be found."
as well as another one one saying "Error loading C:\WINDOWS\uyemusetube.dll The Specified module could not be found."
i also got a "invalid system disk, replace the disk, then press any key" message last time i started my computer before windows loaded

information about my computer is that i run windows XP, ( i don't have the disks for XP), its a netbook so I have no disk drive. And I never set a system restore point/date so i can't just do a system restore
also I can't get on the internet due to the problem
so i have to save apps and files to a thumb drive on a different computer and then upload them on my computer

so if any body can help me at all please do

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#2 Senlis

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Posted 02 February 2009 - 11:45 AM

I would start with a chkdsk. Simply open a command prompt and type in "chkdsk c: /r" without the quotes. Windows will ask you to restart, and when you do, the chkdsk will begin. See if it has any errors and if it detects any bad sectors.




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