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#1 ic3co


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Posted 29 March 2011 - 04:03 PM

I received the blue screen of death last night during a google search on my XP SP3 Dell laptop. It would not boot back up so I ran a repair using the chkdsk /r from the recovery console. Now the computer boots up and flashes and lsasss.exe - Unable to Locate Component window with the error "the application has failed to start because WLDAP32.dll was not found" I can click ok and then it takes me to a blank desktop in with no icons and no ability to run the task manager. I get the same thing in safe mode as well. I have tried rebuilding the boot.ini file but I keep getting the same blank screen. I am trying to avoid a reload. If it is a bug im sure combofix can kill it but I cannot run any applications. I can only get to a command promtp using the recovery console.

Please advise.

Thanks in advance!!

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