Windows XP unable to boot after fresh installation

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I have Windows XP on my computer and I am having an error message after my PC comes to complete start-up and we are on Screen XP which states that it cannot discover amiyazam.dll. How can I resolve this?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #98186

Windows XP unable to boot after fresh installation

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Dll (dynamic link library) is the Microsoft production. It is a library having bundle of functions, code, data and resources. This library is used by windows application. To fix and install any of dll file the ultimate URL is already given:

URL:http://www.dll-files.com/

Amiyazam.dll is one of the dll file. It can fix by following the steps below.

  • Open RUN window or press windows button (on keyboard) +R (that will open RUN window for you.
  •  Type msconfig.exe (it is a system utility, well known as Microsoft system configuration utility. It allows those windows services, device drivers and functions to enable or disable that run on startup. It also has an authority to change boot parameters. )
  •   When system configuration window is open select start-up tab there.
  •  You will see an amiyazam.dll file along with a checkbox which is tick marked.
  •  Remove that tick mark by clicking on the checkbox.
  •  Now select apply.

Now restart your system then you will not get that error message hopefully.

Answered By 40 points N/A #98187

Windows XP unable to boot after fresh installation

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Dear Scowle,

Thanks for asking us.

Dear it seems that your hard disk has bad sectors. The bad sectors are not allowing the file to run.

Dear in fact this is happened that when you have installed the new window XP. The setup has copied file amiyazam.dll on a bad sector.

Now when the window requires this file to run, the bad sectors has spoiled this file. So that you are watching this error.

Dear first remove the bad sectors. And then try to reinstall your windows.

Make sure that choose NTFS file system while formatting the C partition to copy windows files. Because NTFS file system provides a guard against bad sectors.

I hope it will help you.

Thanks 

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