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osloader.exe File Information

FileName
osloader.exe
Comments
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InternalName
osloader.exe
ProductName
Microsoft? Windows? Operating System
CompanyName
Microsoft Corporation
LegalCopyright
? Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
ProductVersion
5.2.3790.3959
FileDescription
Boot Loader
LegalTrademarks
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PrivateBuild
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OriginalFilename
osloader.exe
SpecialBuild
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For Windows OS
Windows Server 2003
strMemo
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Views
3659

 

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Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003 Web x32 Service Pack2:
FileVersionFile Md5File SizeFile BitFile Path
5.2.3790.3959 (srv03_sp2_rtm.070216-1710)ed84e9997af156f48e7b2cad0808b1f3270 K32 bitDownload this files and unzip them (How to download?)
please place the unpacked files in the following path:
  • • C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386\
Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise x32 Service Pack2:
FileVersionFile Md5File SizeFile BitFile Path
5.2.3790.3959 (srv03_sp2_rtm.070216-1710)ed84e9997af156f48e7b2cad0808b1f3270 K32 bitDownload this files and unzip them (How to download?)
please place the unpacked files in the following path:
  • • C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386\
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 [2018-01-27]  Kudryavka Noumi  Help  Windows 10
Hi, I really need help.
I take a virus yesterday, but I fix it.
Now I have only a problem on startup. osloader.exe
I saw the guide on your site and downloaded osloader.exe but there is only 32bit and I have 64bit so I can't start it. What should I do? How I fix this error?

PS: error code 0xc000000f
Reply
Reply: So far I have not noticed that there is a 64-bit version of osloader.exe. The file started working before entering the operating system. It was responsible for loading some data and protecting some important files on the system.

In fact, I suspect that some of your system kernel files have been destroyed by the virus. When osloader.exe starts, certain data or function of these files will be called, as these files are destroyed, osloader.exe running errors occur. The common errors are:
the memory could not be read at "0x00000000"
the memory could not be written at "0x00000000"

I think you need to find an installation CD to re-repair your operating system.
 [2017-09-04]  Lily  Help  Windows 7
I deleted Bing Search, after which Windows doesn't let me restart it.

I click on restart and then it gives me the error message that I'm missing the osloader.exe file?

I then have to click through the error messages before it can finally restart.

PS. I don't have a back-up disk
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Reply: In fact, your problem may not be cause by osloader.exe, and it is likely that the system was infected with the virus, resulting in the system's core file being modified.

osloader.exe is a very important system file which is responsible for loading the system kernel files and drivers.

In addition, osloader.exe file has an output function called BlLoadImage which can load the executable program into memory, and at the same time determine whether the original file was modified.

If your system kernel file has been modified, or the version is wrong, there will be some error messages.

The normal software is not to modify the system core files, so generally your system is likely destroyed by the virus. It is best to use anti-virus software to have a thorough detection.

Here good anti-virus software is recommended. Click here to download antivirus software.
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