Windows XP Tablet Edition getting error with atginahook.dll

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Hello, I am troubleshooting a laptop running Windows XP Tablet Edition, and am getting errors when trying to boot into Windows. The system starts up normally, but when it gets to the login screen, it has an error message which states: "User Interface Error The Logon User Interface DLL ATGinaHook.dll failed to load Contact your system administrator to replace the DLL, or restore the original DLL" The only option I have is to restart the system, which of course brings me back to the error again. I've checked all over and can find no information on this DLL (I'm assuming it's malware or a virus), and running a virus scan doesn't find anything. The system will boot into Safe Mode where I can log in properly, but Last Known Good Configuration gives me the same error. Has anyone seen this error before who can shed some light on what I can do? Thanks!

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This problem is mostly related to hardware issues. Try to find out any loose components like interface cards, ram, etc.

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  • Genderhayes
    Download a registry repair program, which contains the professional dll fix tool. This will save your time to search a dll file from the mass Internet information, check out whether you have an existing or potential dll error, determine the specific solutions to fix and repair your dll problems dll fix tool
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  • Kevin Beaver
    You'll definitely want to check for malware using multiple tools such as Malwarebytes and Webroot.
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  • Wolfgang Dietl
    Honestly: get rid of XP! End of Support, you know...

    If you can´t or don´t want to upgrade to newer Win-Versions try a Linux version...
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