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Bad Disk Image

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#1 Townsend


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Posted 14 November 2009 - 08:32 PM

For weeks now I've been searching far and wide throughout the internet for a problem to my solution. I have called Microsoft and Dell, but with no luck on fixing my problem from either one of them.

Every time I open a program (no matter what the programis) I get the following error message.

The application or DLL C:\WINDOWS\system32\bopinoje.dll is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette.

In order for the program to open correctly I have to click "Okay" each time. This also happens when programs are attempting to up-date themselves and PC start-up is a nightmare as this error pops up for every program that loads when my computer is booting up.

I have tried doing a "Scandisk" with no luck. I've also checked system files using the Windows XP Home Edition (SP3) CD-ROM.

I was instructed by someone to download "Root Repeal" however whenever I boot the program I get the following message...

RootRepeal Error
Error - invalid PE image found

Not sure why or what it means, but I'm on the verge of introducing my computer to my baseball bat. If anyone is looking to save a computers life, please him out cause his days are numbered.


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