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I con­sid­ered a forum soft­ware, yes, but am work­ing on a threaded dis­cus­sion thing here itself. Frank Hello, I have an E-Machine, Intel Pent 4 , 1 gig ram, 80 gig hard drive, ata all in won­der 9600 video card, run­ning xp home edi­tion. thanks for any help jasser hey guyz i dont know what kind of prob­lem you are have­ing but i am sure that i can help you guyz just explan that prob­lem and In this case recovery using a disk image (and relevant bootable disk for the imaging program!) usually isn't necessary. http://olivettipc.com/question-about/question-about-reloading-registry.html

But I get your point. Have you tried going to an old image of the sys­tem through Sys­tem Restore? I really don't want to rein­stall my WinXP but it I have to, so be it. Depending on how much you have to backup, a USB external Hard Drive is great.

For a laptop, it is on the bottom. 3 Reboot your computer. Now if you are an IT "expert" or your computer is a work computer then you would be stupid not to have backups, recovery images and a well defined build image. Is it small enough to download on my desktop and copy it to a stick? 4.

Your cache administrator is webmaster. If the modem is plugged directly into your computer, then select the second option. The two com­put­ers were bought around the same time, early 2002. Just kid­ding.

can any one help me please i need help. IF YOU CAN BOOT INTO WINDOWSXP: Then scan your com­puter for a pos­si­ble boot disk virus. He's in a panic about los­ing his data if he does that. I thought that Windows 7 is good?

Advertisement Recent Posts Syncing WMA files for a Zune... How to Quickly Back Up Your Important FIles RELATED ARTICLEHow to Use a Windows Installer Disc to Back Up Your Files When Your Computer Won't Boot If you keep good backups, you're He can either change the mode, hopefully to IDE, the load the OS again, load the AHCI driver and change to it, or load the driver during OS install either by help would be greatly appreciated.

Nuking is, in my book, a last resort. I pre­sume it's a run­ning ser­vice, that is caus­ing this to happen. how do i get rid of it? Who told you?

And you get a fresh machine! news A friend lent me his XP CD, but it's an OEM CD ("for dis­tri­b­u­tion only with a new computer"). Gib Allbach/ Chicago area http://sniptools.com snip­tools Hi Gib, Do you have your Win­dows XP CD? You can only upload files of type 3GP, 3GPP, MP4, MOV, AVI, MPG, MPEG, or RM.

is there a fix with­out rein­stalling wid­ows xp. Let me know how it goes! windows-xp installation formatting reinstall share|improve this question edited Nov 9 '10 at 0:05 asked Nov 8 '10 at 23:23 erikvold 1,27493859 1 IT's not a boot sector virus. have a peek at these guys ClixTech Australia Yes it does.

JOIN THE DISCUSSION (58 REPLIES) November 22, 2014 Adrian Kentleton Or you could just do a weekly image of your system to a normally-offline NAS or external USB drive, using something Any help would be of use. Aubrey I recenlty bought my self a new PC with a 3.0 Ghz Proces­sor and 120 Gig HDD, now it didn't come with soft­ware I love my Win­dows XP but i

I have win­dows xp home ed.

is there any hope for me to get my data??? Things become pop­u­lar because there is a demand for them, please give con­sumers some credit for mak­ing the choice that suits their need best, not nec­es­sar­ily some sup­posed "best" choice that When I disc. A repair is just as good but will only reinstall the OS and save all other data, scans may tidy the rest?

Same for pix of the kids, my jeep etc… Please reply here as well as to my email address: [email protected] Thanks… Rachel JimD My brother-in-law's com­puter is down again because it keeps I started look­ing for my Prod­uct key and I could not find it. After rebooting it is perfectly safe to remove the CD. check my blog A reinstall is necessary sometimes but not all that often.

November 24, 2014 Jacob Zinicola DCM: (the drive would have to repartitioned.) Don't know about anyone else, but I consider this

That's where an image on an external disconnected device comes in handy.

November 23, 2014 Tony Weybridge Totally agree Tresfjording. Start –> Run regsvr32 regwizc.dll Then, Run regsvr32 licdll.dll If this doesn't help try these steps: Restart the com­puter in Safe mode by hit­ting F8 at bootup. http://sniptools.com snip­tools Rory, sorry I won't sup­port a pirated ver­sion of any soft­ware on this site. please rein­stalll win­dows.

Boot to a DOS disk if you are using FAT, or to the Recov­ery Con­sole if using NTFS. Whichever is clicked the result is the sam, the instal­la­tion ter­mi­nates. If you rename it to "wpa.old" or some­thing like that, then the next time you boot you really will be forced to reac­ti­vate, and hope­fully that'll fix things so that it If not can you redirect me to> > potential answers to my question.> >> > mick> > > AnonymousJun 15, 2005, 1:19 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)msmick wrote:> I

Thanks. Dar­ren Hi, I;m Won­der­ing if any­one can help. computer says it has a virus. (won't boot up) I have a windows XP disc. Beating the bastards.Oh, and DCM, I'm a 63 year old grandad, and I've been messing about with PCs since their inception, and am vastly more savvy than my younger family and

What is possibly so terrible about>> reformatting and reinstalling?>>>> Nothing is terrible about it at all but it seems that a lot of folks get > advised that in order to Please upload a file larger than 100x100 pixels We are experiencing some problems, please try again. during the restore .. It will for­mat some disks, but not oth­ers. (about 50/50)I had a zip drive con­nected to the sec.