Need Help To Reinstall System32\hal.dll On Dead PC
See How to Restart Anything if you need help doing that.¬† Check for proper boot order in BIOS. Pricing: Why Does It Vary So Much? 7. I am having trouble installing XP onto a newly formatted hard drive so I can't edit my boot file. Whn I try to configure, I get blank.
Under Network Adapters there will also be a RAS Async Adapter and possibly a Microsoft TV/Video Connection item, you can leave those as well unless they are duplicated. When the download finishes, virus scan it, and then try right clicking it. If at any point it told you that it installed new devices it will have installed "ghost" drivers. Report abcxyz- Mar 13, 2013 at 07:34 AM I am trying this process.
How do I boot up what is now a dead terminal without a Recovery Disc or some other form of OS? If it lists 7 files (or at least hal.dll) type the following: Copy C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386\hal.dll C:\Windows\System32\hal.dll Replace hal.dll with the appropriate file name from the above table. If you have any questions regarding the method, I'll try to answer them. Thank you for signing up.
My apologies for not giving Kalim credit for providing the link. A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to you computer. Numerous tests confirm the hard drive is OK so now I am going for option 3. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Answer This also looks interesting . . .
In the morning, I see that the blue progess blocks weren't moving after 15 min.(probably longer) A post from "Barry" on this site clued me in to rebuilding the boot.ini and Remove the CD, then type Exit When the system reboots we want to boot to Safe Mode, so tap F8 to bring up the Windows Advanced Options Menu and choose Safe Hal.dll is corrupted or missing.I have follwed the instructions the same way as Antero suggested. The problem solve.I don't need to format it either, thank God!
That's TWO Acer computers that were crap. For our purposes, I'm just going to assume F12 works for you. 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 If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post).
When I was doing what TheOutcaste said, I had a flash drive plugged into my computer still. https://blog.fix4dll.com/fix-for-hal-dll-is-missing-or-corrupt-in-windows/ This will take some thought. 12-17-2006, 02:40 PM #6 Girderman Registered User Join Date: Oct 2006 Posts: 2,148 OS: XP Pro I've tried to use a "real" XP Any suggestions/help? When I try to boot up my PC, I get this message: "Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt:
My DriveImaged XP partition on the new disk did not load though.What i forgot was that the original hardisk had a hidden primary partition so my original active XP partition was The process is lengthy and not as clean as a fresh install.If you can't get past the startup screen and safe mode doesn't work, and you just have to get back by Coryphaeus / January 19, 2012 2:12 AM PST In reply to: hal.dll get into Windows.If you can boot from a Linux CD, it will run Linux. hmmm would like to know that.
Just because of one dll file I need to reinstall whole windows? I'm not going to go into detail about this. If a Single core/Single processor, one of the next two should be chosen, Halaacpi.dll or Halacpi.dll. On the left side of it, just like a Mac, there will be your C: hard drive with a funny name and any other drives you have plugged in.
I deleted all partitions and used the NTFS (quick) in the XP Setup to create one. Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion I really don't want to loose anything on my hard drive so how do I do this and what will I need.
If you want to save your files, before doing anything to drastic; Turn your HD into a slave, and then after booting on a different computer you'll see your HD as
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- As I recall, this is exactly what I had to do. (It was last year.
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- Finding a copy of System32\hal.dll via the Internet should not be a problem.
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- If you have two processors, or a dual/quad core processor, the ACPI MultiProcessor PC hal (halmacpi.dll) is the one to use.
- Just re-install the ones that don't work.When XP start up; finally again, your desktop will be blank, (except for the recycle bin) but that does not mean that everything was wiped.Go
- Copy "C:\Windows\Driver Cache\i386\Halmacpi.dll" C:\Windows\System32\hal.dll I heavily recommend locating the real ones on your computer using Knoppix instead of doing the 2nd option written below.
- Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Paul on 02/22/2007 I have a file corrupted \system32\hal.dll and all I got is the windows xp disk everything else is back home and I
Best we can do here is see if ntoskrnl.exe and ntkrnlpa.exe are Uniprocessor versions or Multiprocessor versions, and use a matching hal.dll Click the Version tab Click on Original File Name The key for me was that I didn't have to worry about my rig being a preinstalled WinXP Pro OS from a manufacturer. Any suggestions or explanations would be greatly appreciated. I'm planning on trying when I get home.
Iím new to this forum Ďcause I have a problem (what else is new?) My Dell E510, new in April this year, had been running 24/7 and doing reasonably well on Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Krakers on 07/15/2004 Hi all - I've got this problem too, but arrived at it in a slightly different way ....I compiled a brand new Run CHKDSK /F to check for hard drive corruption, and then restart your computer. as far as i know i havent lost any files....
Boot.ini problems, dead or dying hard drive or partition issues. Type Notepad and press Enter. Insert the Windows XP startup disk into the floppy disk drive, or insert the Windows XP CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive, and then restart the computer. I got the same message when I rebooted, so I re-installed on the same partition.
One thing I did notice when installing though, is I got a nasty electrical shock from the outside of my network connector cable that was connected to my cable modem while Please re-install a copy of the above file.
I have no idea. Geordie. Generally, you need the XP CD to do this: http://www.compphix.com/corrupthal.html 12-17-2006, 01:56 PM #3 Dragonblade Registered Member Join Date: May 2006 Posts: 24 OS: WinXP Generally, Dell PC's Bingo!
Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Mhbr549 on 04/12/2003 Had this problem also folks. Help?