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l_intl.nls XP Home Corrupted

XP home will not boot.

Dell Dimension 3000, 80 Gig HD, 2 Gig RAM Chips.

Error message: l_intl.nls is missing or corrupted.

Restarted into Recovery Console and expanded a new file.

Restarted just fine for about 2 reboots and now same message.

What cause the language file : l_intl.nls to become corrupted?

Thanks From The French Quarter

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The Recovery Console with Fix MBR fixed it.
Thank you for your prompt reply

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