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Windows 7: hal.dll missing or corrupt.

13 Oct 2009   #11

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1

Then it's good?

Man, I know what it's like when you have cargo floating arround. My printer came back from HP and was lost in a UPS depot, NOT. It was just on the wrong shelf.

Technology is of no use if you don't follow what the system tells you.

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14 Oct 2009   #12

Windows 7 x86

Sorry i never posted back. the bootloader died and I know exactly why. I cannot say. But I reformatted anyway.
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14 Oct 2009   #13


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Herox View Post
Sorry i never posted back. the bootloader died and I know exactly why. I cannot say. But I reformatted anyway.
Are you saying that you have engaged in nefarious behavior and crapped out your install?
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19 Jan 2010   #14

windows 7
this is what to do to get HAL.DLL back

this is what to do 100% sure this works, it looks like a normal installation but it isnt (its gonna install win 7 to a choosen part) after that it will rolback your installation and you will have hall.dll

if you are using windows 7, and you hava a installation cd,you just have to do this:

1. put in your cd

2. install (when you are installing) wait until "copying windows files" is completed

3. after "copying windows files" is finished, its going to the following part
at this part (expanding windows files) you must wait until it is 40 percent

4. if it is 40 percent you must close the installation, after you close the installation
you pc will reboot, you have 3 sec to choose a operating system, choose the installation ROLLBACK (maybe its gonna choose this one automatic

5. when the roll back is finished it will start up your old windows 7 100 % repaired (HAL.DLL is back again)
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19 Jan 2010   #15

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1

That's a nice idea (if it works).
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