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    I get this error upon trying to run BootVis

    Nothing in Event Viewer, Running XP Pro SP1 all updated

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    try typing this in the run window and press enter [code:1:9582d51f8e]Rundll32.exe advapi32.dll,ProcessIdleTasks[/code:1:9582d51f8e] if you get the same error then your advapi32.dll is corrupt else there is some problem with your bootvis installation (highly unlikely). imo you should go for a "System File Check".
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    IT did the same thing on my Mom's PC though, which is what I find odd

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    did you execute the command i mentioned? :?:
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    Yup, one oddity, I got a version that you dont have to install, and it opens fine :?:

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