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dpcdll.dll problem

Posted on 2010-08-16
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I just installed a clean version of Windows XP and I am unable to activate it.  I checked the event viewer and it gives me a dcpdll.dll problem.  What should I do?
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by:tspeicher
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Just did a clean installation of Windows XP and have been trying to activate it, but nothing happens the application just hangs.  What should I do?
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by:Jamie_Wilson
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What is the exact error?
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by:truromeo4juliet
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"You may receive error code 0x80004005 or other error codes when you try to start a Windows XP-based computer"
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/914232
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Reinstall OS with new media
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by:truromeo4juliet
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also check the RAM on the computer for errors prior to doing anything else... files don't just copy over bad without a reason... is your disk in good condition?
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