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windows vista drivers compbatt.sys missing status 0xc0000098

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Vindows Vista fail to boot due to driver compbatt.sys missing status 0xc0000098
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Have you tried this:

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/tutorial148.html
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jafricajoe, any feedback?
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Lee,
I am waiting for the windows install disk before I can apply the solution.  How do I deal with the points allocation if there are more that one answer that is correct?
Best Regards
Joe
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