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    I run XP SP3 and after installing patch MS10-046 today I was then unable
    to reboot - bsod in boot process with error message: The image
    Shell32.dll is possibly corrupt. The header checksum does not match the
    computed checksum.

    I have got round it by booting from a usb drive (with bart
    installation), then extracting the original shell32.dll from the
    shell32.dl_ file in the i386 installation folder and replacing the
    shell32.dll in the system32 directory. This at least enables me to
    return to Windows, though I now have an unpatched system.

    I note in the 5th August Windows Secrets newsletter a conflict is noted
    with NOD32 antivirus. I run Avira AntiVir personal - does this conflict
    too? Is anyone else having this issue after installing this patch?

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    When installing updates from Micrrosoft.It's best to Disable (or) shutdown most anti-virus program's,because of confilcts.
    Problems cannot be solved by the same level of thinking that created them. -Albert Einsten

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    I now have the same patch on another system running XP SP3 with Avira, and no problems, so the issue must be elsewhere. Anyone know of any other conflicts or cases like this?

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    How to configure Windows XP to start in a "clean boot" state;Clean Reboot
    After you do a CLEAN Reboot you can manually down load the update here;MS10-046
    How to obtain help and support for this security update;M$ Support
    NO (2) two systems are exactly the same.I hope the links above are some help.
    Problems cannot be solved by the same level of thinking that created them. -Albert Einsten

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