odbcint.dll error on startup

XP will not boot and shows error Windows\system32\odbcint.dll is missing.  Only option is to accept twice, at which point the computer wants to do a restart.  Accepting this only leads back to the original problem.  

I've run all diagnostics and they show nothing.  I ran chkdsk from the repair console and it said it found and repaired at least one problem.  However, upon restarting, I receive the same error message.  I have restarted with the reinstall disk which is how I got to repair console, but beyond that I get nowhere.  

Does the disk need to be reformatted?  If this is a virus is there a way to run virus software from the repair console?  This is not my computer, but one my boss has that he asked me to repair.  Suggestions please.
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dbruntonQuid, Me Anxius Sum?Commented:
See http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-system/application-or-dll-cwindowssystem32odbcintdll-is/5975d6b4-fbb7-49ea-96a0-c17508e434b9 for a wide range of possible solutions.

If you can access the repair console I suggest copying the file across from the dll cache - that is one of the solutions suggested in the article - as a first attempt to get it running.
Emmanuel AdebayoGlobal Windows Infrastructure Engineer - ConsultantCommented:

This is one of the Dynamic Link Library for Windows XP files. It might be corrupted.

Did you last Know good just in case the system would be able to copy the file from cache folder?

Do you have XP bootable Recovery Console CD? If not you still have another option you boot from your Windows Installation disk and choose repair option. (Note:Be very careful not to chose installation)

nn192Author Commented:
though I was able to access the repair console the missing dll could not be found.  I reinstalled the OS after working to repair the missing file for several days.

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nn192Author Commented:
I kept troubleshooting the problem after neither of the responses I received resolved the issue.
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