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frustrating bootcamp issue, can someone help


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Hi,
I followed all the directinos to the T. Everytime I finish installing and its rebooting for me to go into windows I get this error.

Windows has found a corrupt file, please reintall this file.

<windows root> \system32\hal.dll

anyone know whats going on?
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I can not really help you on this topic but I am sure you would have a better chance getting answers from the regulars in the Bootcamp section of the forums.. =\

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thanks i manged to figure it out
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do you want to post how you fixed it in case someone else has the same problem?

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I just removed the partition via bootcamp assistant and tried again to reinstall and it worked. Perhaps it was a bad install on my first 2 tries. Hope this helps
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