Microsoft Accessibility Technology For XP Error

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Hey People,

My KeyBoard had recently crashed. It suddenly started printing an "I" when I typed an "O" and so on

I tried running The Onscreen Keyboard option In the accessibility option but Indeed encountered some errors.

The following screen Popped Up:

osk.exe – Bad Image

The application or DLL C:WINDOWSsystem32MSSWH.dll is not a valid Windows image.  Please check this against your installation diskette.

 

osk.exe – Bad Image

The application or DLL C:WINDOWSsystem32MSSWCH.dll is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette.

Do keep me posted if you know what is the problem.

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Microsoft Accessibility Technology For XP Error

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MSSWCH.dll is an essential file which is required to run on screen keyboard (OSK.exe) and I think that your system has misplaced or corrupted MSSWCH.dll file and it is the cause for this error. There is no method other than replacing the corrupted one with fresh one. But it is not recommended to download  Windows file to any dll website. To replace the missing dll, you may need to run a System File Checker. This will troubleshoot the missing or corrupted Windows file. To run this, click Start and then type Command Prompt on the search field. From the result list, right-click into it and then click Run as Administrator. And then type sfc /scannow from the command prompt window and press enter. Wait until the Verification becomes 100% and then restart your computer.

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