Error message: Winlogon.Exe could not locate the item. This Application did not start because Comctl32.Dll was not found.

Update of security hung up during installation. I waited 12 hours for the update complete and nothing happened. Whe I reboot XP P4 syster, I get the Message from messageError: Winlogon.Exe could not locate component. This Application did not start because Comctl32.Dll was not found.

Re-installed SP3... Installed hard drive then... cloned old drive and new drive... After several updates, it seems to do very well. Tried several programs/operations and seems normal. One day turned but didn't have to build another system or this one back up.  Thanks for the idea.     F

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