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Windows XP Activation issue with KB960139

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I slipstreamed KB960139 for Windows XP Pro (Corporate Version) and after installing Windows, I received an error "A problem is preventing Windows from accurately checking the license for this computer. Error Code: 0x80004005". I removed this update from my slipstream and the problem went away. I was able to install it after Windows XP was installed.

Has anyone else seen this or have a way to fix it?

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KB960139 has two "dpcdll.dll" and one is for Home Edition and the other for Pro, even then the retail and corporate have a different dpcdll.dll. I am not sure that either dpcdll.dll in that hotfix is the correct one for volume license XP Pro.

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No matter what version of the file you use you will get error...when you install this hotfix dpcdll.dll is not copied anywhere so back up dpcdll.dl_ from your i386 folder and after you integrate this hotfix put it back so you dont get this

Edit: Correct redxii I installed the hotfix on pro vl and the file did not get added, have not tested home yet

Edited by ricktendo64

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