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    la vache fantôme phantomcow2's Avatar
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    ntoskrnl.exe

    Can somebody tell me where it is possible to download this file?
    Or, where I can find it on a windows XP professional installation?

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    Is it part of the Windows OS, or is it actually the remnants of a dialer or similar that's been carelessly removed by a virus killer? We have two windows pop up when we start windows now saying that two .dll files are missing. Turns out they were for porn software that I know I wasn't looking at. The girl might have been though. Hmmm...

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    You'd usually find it in the C:\WINDOWS\System32 directory on WinXP. Did you lose it? If so, you could boot from your WinXP CD-ROM, use the Recovery Console, and do sfc /scannow, see if that helps straighten it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mechBgon
    You'd usually find it in the C:\WINDOWS\System32 directory on WinXP. Did you lose it? If so, you could boot from your WinXP CD-ROM, use the Recovery Console, and do sfc /scannow, see if that helps straighten it out.
    and sometimes you have to just run the boot scanner and have it rebuild the boot.ini file.
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    Thanks folks. I managed to get ahold of it. I needed it to run Captive NTFS

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