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SQL Server Error - File not Found: xpstar.dll

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Everytime i open SQL Server 2000 i get this error "File not Found: xpstar.dll".
I have copied this file in the C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL\Binn directory. But the next time when i SQL Server, i again got this error.
Can anyone tell me why this is happening???
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
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try installing SP4
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by:udayshankar
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whats the version of SP on the sql server.

even SP3a can resolve this i believe.
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For the record, this questioner has yet to close one single question.
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We have already SP4 Installed.
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Thanks for your Suggestions.  Anyway, I have stopped the server right now for time being and shifted the database some where else.

Now the database is running fine on another system
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