May 3 2016
Original title: Corrupt file causing start up failure.
My Dell Inspiron Windows 7 Home Premium won't start up and had error message c:\windows\system32\kdcom.dll is corrupt.
It won't start in safe mode either. Any solution that doesn't wipe my hard drive clean? It happened after apparently receiving an auto update
1. Click the button to download SmartPCFixer . Install it on your computer. Open it, and it will scan your system. The junk files will be shown in the list.
2. After the scan is done, you can see the errors and problems which need to be fixed.
3. The Fixing part is done, the speed of your computer will be much higher than before and the errors have been removed.