Remove hal.dll is missing or corrupt error
Hal.dll is missing or corrupt error intimates user that PC is unable to maintain integrity and data flow among hardware resources while attaching to dll system files. This error produces lots of consequent fetal errors. Because in order to execute instructions program are split into micro programs for analyzers and semantics. In each subsequent operation which occurs in innermost part of the machine faces problem while manipulating data in assembly languages. If Hal.dll is not working properly then physical and logical address of data can’t be calculated which in turn gives problem related to data manipulation in registers which pertains to Ax, Bx, Cx and Dx registers.
Now question arises why this problem occurs. The query hasn’t a single reason. Sometimes incomplete installation, new installation and its update, invalid Boot.ini, corrupt BCD(Boot Configuration Data) file, data transfer from secondary to main memory causes Hal.dll is missing or corrupt error. An automatic tool may be very good solution to avoid manuals.
But some smart chaps wants to try manual solutions for their own encouragements, are:
- Rebuild boot.ini with Easy Recovery Essentials
- Manually attempt rebuild of boot.ini
- Replace hal.dll
- Correct HAL location with Easy Recovery Essentials
- Use Startup Repair to attempt HAL replacement
- Restore the Operating System to Factory Settings
The advices are valuable but each can be applied in different scenario (occurrence of Hal.dll is missing or corrupt error). Is it easy to implement these techniques one by one to shoot the problem. I’ll say no. In such a crucial stage new user wants to apply accurate therapy. “Advanced System Repair Tool” an automatic tool has potential to handle the problem smartly while eliminating and specifying the problem.