Asked by: deleonardonick-ga
List Price: $10.00
21 Sep 2006 09:34 PDT
Expires: 22 Sep 2006 06:39 PDT
Question ID: 767304
Ive recently had problems with windows media player, then i downloaded IE7 and i hate it. Ive tried to add/remove programs with both and it doesnt work.....so i thought i would just do a system restore, but the ironic thing is when i go start/programs/accessories/system tools/system restore it brings up a window but its a blank white one......so i thought if i searched for it it might bring up a different window but its the same....even with help and support. i dont have a restore CD either. i dont know how to do a reformat, even then i dont have the driver CDs either......what can i do?
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Re: System restore
From: quake_boy-ga on 21 Sep 2006 10:21 PDT
All you need a clean repair....but with all settings and profiles the same.......get a new winxp with sp2 cd or a one without it, and then insert it and restart the system.. check if it shows...press any key to boot from cd....if it says soo press and continue...if it doesnt then go to bios and then set the first boot device to cd. then windows installation starts, u come to a place where they ask u to press R for recovery console...dont enter there.. continue without it and then it searches for previous installations....and finds the current one. then select repair on the options....all your windows files will be replaced but the desktop, all files will remain the same...you wont have to worry abt any thing
Re: System restore
From: solhammy-ga on 22 Sep 2006 03:45 PDT
restart the pc and keep pressing F8 key, on system startup select last known good configuration and press enter. If this does not solve your problem. Then again reboot pc and press F8 key, boot system in safe mode and after safe mode is complete, start system restore application from their. If further problem mail me.
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