just copy it from your instalation winxp CD disk to the root directory. U wont have to expand this file just copy it.
I run Windows XP Home on this computer & I stupidly erased a DLL at the advice of an online tech for my email account, which I was having server problems with. The tech insisted thaat the DLL had some worm & needed to be destroyed. I did not think this was so, but he was supposed to be the pro. now I need to create a bootable floppy to install a new copy of the missing DLL so my computer will boot. Apparently this paarticular DLL is necessary to get the computer to boot. How do I use my other computer which runs Windows XP media Edition to create this necessary bootable floppy & how do I get it to start & install on the other computer so that it will be available to boot up that computer? I have the two computers hooked up with a KVM switch so have access to both individually. I have tried to access this information on Microsoft & they have some instructions but they are not very descriptive so couldn't follow them. Any help would be appreciated. I cannot just dump my harddrive as I really need the stuff stored on it.