|03 Sep 2011||#1|
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hal.dll - What does it do and why is it broken?
Just a quickie really. Recently, it would appear that a file called hal.dll has stopped working on my PC. When I boot, the system says that this file is corrupt or damaged and boot cannot continue.
However, I assume that it doesn't do anything too important as the work around I have found is to press F8 on boot and from the menu select 'Start Windows Normally' - and the system boots and works just fine.
I just wondered if there is any way to repair this file 'easily' without having to run a repair or re-install?
Thanks in advance,
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