At startup, Windows loads one of the operating system’s core files, Kernel32 into a protected area of system memory to ensure your computer runs properly and plays nicely with other running programs. If there are problems (see causes below) with this critical Kernel32.dll file, windows error messages featuring the Kernel32.dll identifier will likely show up very frequently.
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Kernel32 error messages can be caused by a number of deep Windows operating system issues.
These can include:
While there isn’t a whole lot a user can individually do (without a repair software solution) to fix Kernel32 errors, updating all of the driver software for the hardware inside your PC may help (you can often do this via Windows Update on Windows XP). You can also try to update your BIOS as well as a last resort.
Additionally, compressing, optimizing, and cleaning your Windows registry can help a great deal.
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