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Need Help To Reinstall System32\hal.dll On Dead PC
but how to get that file into the proper place in the Acer??Pressing F2 does put me into Bios Setup Utility.
Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a Running System Restore after replacing the hal.dll file might not replace this file with the correct version, so easiest to replace it manually. I believe that Windows XP is probably the best for this type of operation, but it is still risky. The solution for me was this.
No luck. I was lucky, I didn't have to install burning software to burn an iso. rebooted.Now, about every 1 in 3 boots I got a quick blue screen when loading - so quick I couldn't read it. It'll load a desktop that looks similar to a Mac eventually. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/software-os/f/3524/p/18242556/18365542.aspx
You don't NEED to read any of this, but it helps if you run into something you don't understand. Noda, zip, zilch.If you didnít know, Dell no longer sends out CDs of ANYTHING.I have no XP-Media Center discs, and (my goof) I never made a recovery disc. Putting the XP cd in does n't work. Letting The Designer Know How Involved You Want To Be 4.
- I beginning to think that the hal.dll file is unique to the Computer manufacturer, Dell, Gateway, HP or Compact.
- I have had this drive in an old system with a 32 gig hard drive limit.
- I am going to try the BOOT.INI fix below in this string tonight.
- You'll be asked if you want to replace the existing files, click Yes Reboot the system.
Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads I tried a dirty reinstall of XP whch brought it up for about 18hrs then crash! The correct file to use on this system is the halmacpi.dll The ntkrpamp.exe and ntkrnlpa.exe files will be in the i386\SPX.CAB file on the CD, where X is the Service Pack Whenever I go into recovery console from the XP CD I cannot change directories because it says I have no Access Rights.
by Coryphaeus / January 18, 2012 10:12 PM PST In reply to: xp missing hal.dll; won't boot http://pcsupport.about.com/od/findbyerrormessage/a/missinghaldll.htm Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - hal.dll by StickMaker / January Don't touch anything, just let it load. Report luis- May 1, 2010 at 01:47 PM can anyone plz help me wit this problem of ............................ http://www.regvac.com/forum/m-1166393310/ I have an ASUS A7v8x deluxe 2.0 MOBO(NFORCE2 drivers) and an ATI 9500Pro AGP card, and no name memory.
BUT every time it trys to boot to the CDRom it says Drive failure, instert system disk, press any key to continue. The reason is the customer didn't come up with her Dell XP disk until AFTER I tried to run the Reinstall with the "real" XP disk. The CD will start spinning and the Knoppix loading screen will come up. I've tried to restore to the last restoration point and I was able to bypass Windows loading screen but then¬† hal.dll is missing error appeared saying that Windows could not start
When I rebooted and after the BIOS screen I get the error message, missing or corrupted Hal.dll file, and to that I need to re-insall the missing file.ok, well when I https://blog.fix4dll.com/fix-for-hal-dll-is-missing-or-corrupt-in-windows/ Problem is how do I boot up what is now a dead terminal without a Recovery Disc or some other form of OS? I got the same message when I rebooted, so I re-installed on the same partition. We also have XP Recovery CD Maker which can make a boot CD on another computer with Windows XP and then be used on that computer.Or you could use PEBuilder to
to get back into the recovery console without the computer thinking I had the flash drive still plugged in, but according to this http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/bootcons_fixboot.mspx?mfr=true I could have simply typed "fixboot c:" So basically Im back where I started.Any suggestions, hints, tips or really good drugs?~Ann Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: William on 09/14/2003 Thanks for all your posts, here's what happened I thought I may have just touched the connectors, but don't think so now. from your C: drive to an external drive.
So let's skip this unless you know for a fact you only have one processor. run C:\chkdsk Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: ^Gary^ on 05/20/2003 I just managed to get past this problem by booting from the cd and choosing the repair option. Whn I try to configure, I get blank. How did you work this one out.
Removing these entries won't hurt anything, but if you've assigned a specific drive letter to these devices, you'll have to re-assign the drive letter again. A user named TheOutcaste wrote up EXACTLY, yes, 100% exactly, what you need to do to fix your hal.dll issues here: http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/corrupt-hal-dll-on-boot-running-into-recovery-console-problems-need-help-528313.html Scroll down a bit and you'll see a post The only thing I did different from any other day was install a program called Samsung PC Studio V.7.2 in an effort to make a backup copy of my phone contacts.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Acer by StickMaker / January 19, 2012 9:38 AM PST In reply to: xp Acer was NO Help at all. As both are Home Edition I'm reluctant to experiment on the dead one set up for XP Multi-media. Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Sk00L on 04/22/2003 hey i have the hal.dll file all i need to know is the spefic comand line to move it from an a: If you have two processors, or a dual/quad core processor, the ACPI MultiProcessor PC hal (halmacpi.dll) is the one to use.
Type the following: Systemroot CD System32 Ren hal.dll halold.dll If the hal.dll file is actually missing, this will give an error, just ignore it. The hal.dll error came after I had removed "boot to win2000" entry from boot.ini and I was installing/enabling the voice commands feature. What I'd do is click or double click the icon on the desktop again to open up a new tab or window. This is your CD-Rom.
If not you will lose all your data unless you connect your hard drive to another PC as a secondary drive & backup all your personal folders. 12-17-2006, 02:11 PM You'll also find some seemingly quick and easy methods (some of which I outline below) but if your computer is like mine, the quick and easy method isn't going to work Comments are closed. When prompted to Press any key to boot from CD… press any key like Spacebar or Enter When you boot from the CD, the following is displayed: On a black screen:
They are: ntoskrnl.exe ntkrnlpa.exe For single processor systems, the files are named the same as above. No worries. Helpful +2 Report nshankar 4Posts Wednesday February 25, 2009Registration date November 26, 2009 Last seen Nov 26, 2009 at 04:05 AM http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314477 cheer's nshankar s Helpful +1 Report syd Sep 19, I have looked at the menuís for F8 and F12 but Iím years and years behind the power curve so a lot of it is technobable.
Any suggestions or explanations would be greatly appreciated. Also keeps your attachments as individual files not in a massive inbox.dbx file and has less virus risk. Re-enter the Recovery Console and start at step 4. (If you don't reboot, any previous entries in the boot.ini file might get added again, as they are stored in memory) Type Good service.
never again will i buy XP!!!!! Any help would be greatly [email protected] Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: lisa on 03/21/2003 http://www.liutilities.com/products/wintaskspro/dlllibrary/hal/ Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Fee on 03/20/2003 Follow the link below for a