Posted 30 September 2008 - 06:29 PM
Well, if you have your windows xp disc, you can repair the files.
If you have the disk, insert it into your cd drive, and restart your computer. If your computer doesn't automatically boot off the windows disc, you'll need to go into your bios and set it to do so.
Next you'll want to run the repair utility. This is usually done by pressing R, once the option comes up on your screen.
Once in the repair menu, type in chkdsk /r
This should repair the damaged files.
Let us know how it goes!
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