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Kernel32.dll is a system process which comes included with the Microsoft Windows Kernel. It has nothing to do with SL, although your computer clearly needs to run properly for SL to work. The official process name is Microsoft Windows Kernel Process. Kernel32.dll may be damaged and become corrupted. A corrupted Kernel32.dll file causes errors, a high CPU usage and slow computer performance.  Read more at http://www.reimage.com/lp/dll-errors/kernel32_dll.php?tracking=gasearch&banner=kernel32_US&adgroup=kernel32.dll&ads_name=T3&keyword=kernel32.dll . That is a commercial web site, selling a diagnostic and repair program that claims to be able to repair a corrupted Kernel32.dll.  I have absolutely no idea whether it works or whether it is even a good idea, so you try it at your own risk.  If I were you, I would do further research on the Internet with Google and talk with a local IT professional to get more information first.

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Kernel32.dll is a system process which comes included with the Microsoft Windows Kernel. It has nothing to do with SL, although your computer clearly needs to run properly for SL to work. The official process name is Microsoft Windows Kernel Process. Kernel32.dll may be damaged and become corrupted. A corrupted Kernel32.dll file causes errors, a high CPU usage and slow computer performance.  Read more at http://www.reimage.com/lp/dll-errors/kernel32_dll.php?tracking=gasearch&banner=kernel32_US&adgroup=kernel32.dll&ads_name=T3&keyword=kernel32.dll . That is a commercial web site, selling a diagnostic and repair program that claims to be able to repair a corrupted Kernel32.dll.  I have absolutely no idea whether it works or whether it is even a good idea, so you try it at your own risk.  If I were you, I would do further research on the Internet with Google and talk with a local IT professional to get more information first.

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