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When booting my windows 2003 server, i get an error message that says there is a corrupt .dll file and that i need to replace the file.   I'm unsure as to the procedure.  Can anyone help?
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by:PhatAdam
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What .DLL FILE? can you use a repair function built into windows?? have you added anysoftware or Hardware Recently? do you own SpinRight? or anyother backup software?
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You can use the recovery console to repalce the file from a win2k3 cd
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816104
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thanks
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