Posted 08 March 2009 - 08:11 PM
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Somehow the user32 file was removed and windows won't boot. I have been trying to use the windows recovery console to get the file back into place. Unfortunately for me the commands I'm using dont' jive in the console. Hopefully it's just me doing something incorrect. I have the disk installed and have completed the admin pw etc.
These are the directions I'm trying to complete:
When you see the Welcome To Windows screen, press r to use the Recovery Console. In the instructions below, drivername is the name of the file listed in the error message. (After each command, press ENTER.)
Type in your login information. Then, at the command prompt, type:
ren drivername.sys drivername.bak
copy cd-rom:\i386 drivername
When I command prompt C:\WINDOWS I type "cd windows - etc" I get a response that the system cannot find the filer or directory specified?
I have also tried microsofts fixes with similar results. Can someone help me? Hopefully this is easy and certainly I will follow directions exactly and hopefully clarify questions.