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renamed csginal.dll and windows not booting up

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October 13, 2004 10:47:01 PM

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I renamed the csgina.dll to enable the fast switching in an absent-minded
state (I wanted to actually rename the registry entries. I restarted the m/c
again in this same absent-minded state. The machine wont boot up now. It
gives some sort of User interface error and points to the csgina.dll
ANy help in restoring the system would be appreciated.
Thanks
October 13, 2004 11:58:22 PM

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SCANNOW

If you have an XP disk you can do a scan for missing
files. Put the disk in your driver and wait for the
autoplay to do it's thing. Now click exit on the
selections screen and leave the disk in.
click>start\run\and type in cmd and hit enter or click ok.
Now the command screen comes up and you type in
SFC /scannow and hit enter. This should scan for any
missing files or dll's that windows XP needs and put them
back in their Microsoft specs.
peter
"Prashant" <Prashant@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:22852BD6-95FE-4A33-8F71-70EF3D29D7C9@microsoft.com...
>I renamed the csgina.dll to enable the fast switching in an absent-minded
> state (I wanted to actually rename the registry entries. I restarted the m/c
> again in this same absent-minded state. The machine wont boot up now. It
> gives some sort of User interface error and points to the csgina.dll
> ANy help in restoring the system would be appreciated.
> Thanks
Anonymous
October 13, 2004 11:58:23 PM

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Thanks Peter. I shall try this and let you know.


"peter" wrote:

> SCANNOW
>
> If you have an XP disk you can do a scan for missing
> files. Put the disk in your driver and wait for the
> autoplay to do it's thing. Now click exit on the
> selections screen and leave the disk in.
> click>start\run\and type in cmd and hit enter or click ok.
> Now the command screen comes up and you type in
> SFC /scannow and hit enter. This should scan for any
> missing files or dll's that windows XP needs and put them
> back in their Microsoft specs.
> peter
> "Prashant" <Prashant@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:22852BD6-95FE-4A33-8F71-70EF3D29D7C9@microsoft.com...
> >I renamed the csgina.dll to enable the fast switching in an absent-minded
> > state (I wanted to actually rename the registry entries. I restarted the m/c
> > again in this same absent-minded state. The machine wont boot up now. It
> > gives some sort of User interface error and points to the csgina.dll
> > ANy help in restoring the system would be appreciated.
> > Thanks
>
>
>
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