Firefox.exe - entry point not found The Procedure entry point GetLogicalProcessorInformation could not be located in the dynamic link library Kernel32.dll

Here's my problem, until yesterday my firefox browser is fine, unless sometimes when i playing games/app in facebook the plugin keep crashing but thats okay i can stop it and reload my firefox.
But now everytime i try to open firefox it displaying the error massage:
firefox.exe - entry point not found
The Procedure entry point GetLogicalProcessorInformation could not be located in the dynamic link library Kernel32.dll
I try to uninstall firefox, and reinstall again.
i have to use internet explorer and torch browser, which don't fit me and make me in pain.
i try to run in firefox safe mode, according to some suggestion here, but it wouldn't allow me to open Safe Mode (i even holding the Shift button when clicking on firefix icon)
Can you guys help me in here?
Iam using windows xp.
Thank you so much in advance, GBU all :)

hi, do you have service pack 3 installed on your xp computer?

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