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Posted 18 October 2009 - 01:07 PM
Posted 19 October 2009 - 12:35 AM
Im sorry i dont remember the windows error message i just remember that it had something to do with hal.dll wont load. and the other was MOM.exe problem running and will be shut down i think. but the dos error messages i get are windows cannot run <windows root>\system32\hal.dll is missing or corrupted need to reinstall and the other is NTLDR MISSING press any key to restart. TO fix this problem i got a boot able usb and put 3 files in it. boot.ini ntdetect.com NTLDR THESE ARE THE 3 FILE IN THE FLASHDRIVE. usig the flash drive allowed me to get past the NTLDR screen but then the next screen says that - Windows could not start because the folowing file is messing or corrupted. <windows root>\system32\hal.dll Please reinstall a copy of the above file. Im not sure what to do next i tryed to find a way to reinstall a copy of that file but was unsucessful.
Ok i just got an update for 3 windows sicurity things and it wanted to restart my pc so after an hour i let it restart my pc. after booting up a windows error box poped up saying there was a hal.dll error and a MOM.exe error not loading or sumthing. so i hit ok on the 2 differnet boxes and the pc restart by its self this happend 2 times then on the 3rd restart i tryed to start in safe mode it got stuck in boot up and so a held down the power butten and turned it off. after a few minutes i turned my system back on and then was getting a NTLDR is missing message and windows wont load. so i read alot and tryed replacing the nicing files and could not get it to work through windows recovery using the windows cd. i finaly found some files to boot it from a flash drive. XP_Emergency_Boot_Loader_on_USB and got past the error of NTLDR SCREEN but the hal.dll error screen now pops up and windows wont load. Please any help any one can give would be nice
Posted 19 October 2009 - 12:37 AM
Sorry forgot to add I have a HP Media Center PC m1270n
System manufacturer and model?
Post the exact error message, please.
Posted 19 October 2009 - 08:59 AM
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