Steps For The Reinstall Windows Root System32 Hal.Dll In Stepwise

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Hello, notify the steps for reinstall windows root system32 hal.dll in stepwise as a reference and also reply asap for it and thanks as well.

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Steps For The Reinstall Windows Root System32 Hal.Dll In Stepwise

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Hey, below shows the steps for reinstall windows root system32 hal.dll is as follows:
• First try restarting the systems too.
• Next can check for the BIOS in the proper boot order as well.
• Next can run the windows XP from the command prompt for the system restore too.
• Try reaping the replace the boot.ini file and re run the same too
• Also can make the new partitions for the windows XP too.
• Next can recover the data from all the bad sectors in the HDD
• Later restore the hal.dll file to the windows XP CD only.
• Now perform the installing repair dot the windows systems.
• Next perform a clean installing of the windows systems well.
• Lastly check the HDD is it fails repeat the process again.

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Steps For The Reinstall Windows Root System32 Hal.Dll In Stepwise

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The error related to the “hal.dll” file can be triggered in many different ways. One of the possible causes is an invalid “boot.ini” configuration file. Another possible cause is an incorrect BCD configuration or the Boot Configuration Data file in BOOTMGR. Another one is a literally corrupt hal.dll file. It can also be caused by a damaged file system.

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HAL stands for Hardware Abstract Layer. It acts as an interface between the hardware and the software which then gives a constant platform where to execute applications. When HAL is applied, applications don’t directly access the hardware. Instead, it accesses the abstract layer presented by the HAL. You can try fixing the problem by manually rebuilding the boot.ini file.

Insert your Windows setup CD then restart and boot your computer from the CD. Press any key when the message “Press any key to boot from CD” appears. When you see the “Welcome to Setup” screen, press “R” on your keyboard to go to the Recovery Console then enter your administrator password. Next, enter without quotes “bootcfg /rebuild” then hit Enter.

When you are prompted with “Add installation to boot list? (Yes/No/All)”, press “Y”.

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When you are prompted with “Enter Load Identifier”, you can enter something like without quotes “Windows XP Professional” or “Windows 7 Ultimate” then hit Enter. When you are prompted with “Enter OS Load options”, enter without quotes “/fastdetect” then hit Enter. After this, restart your computer. See if this fixes the problem.

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