PC wont boot; load dlls kernel

Microsoft Windows xp home edition with s...
December 21, 2010 at 08:42:04
Specs: Windows XP, not sure
Window XP SP2, kernel cannot load dlls.

Several years ago I had a problem on my Dell 5100. Called Dell tech. The computer was still under warranty. The tech seemed brand new. Told me to start partioning, and I did but soon realized that was wrong.

Since that episode, restore is gone (or is it hiding somewhere?). Load the OS disk and go to repair. Nothing. Well it ask for some commands I don't understand. Ran diagnostics on hardware. All is well.

I'd like to get into the Dell without a re-install. I do backup but there are a few things.....

I have a problem researching this issue. Hard to believe, but all I can get is dial-up; and it runs between 21,000 and 28,000. I'm in a remote, rural area. Downloading anything is a hassle. If it's large, I run into corruption problems.

When I get to all the commands at repair (look like DOS), anyone know which one and what I need to do with it?

I have some computer knowledge: enough to get in big trouble.


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December 22, 2010 at 05:14:58
When trying to track down error messages, the message has to be EXACT. I think this may be your message > load needed DLLs for kernel



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December 22, 2010 at 18:04:31
That's the message I'm getting.

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