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when you boot the computer and it's on the black screen, if you look on the blind, you should see an option on the peak that might say something resembling "Press F10 for Setup". If you have that remedy on your black boot screen, afterwards you will need to use that picking to restore windows pay for to default / factory settings.
You might gain two F10 options 1. Non Destructive Recovery or 2. Destructive Recovery.
The Non-Destructive taking back will save adjectives of your files and will repair just the window portion of the system file.
Posted 30 October 2010 - 12:16 AM
Posted 30 October 2010 - 12:30 AM
Microsoft (Windows) Updates no longer support anything less than XP with Service Pack 3. The Service Packs have to be downloaded manually from the Microsoft web site and then manually installed. Once you install SP3, then you will be able to use the Microsoft Updates feature.
found a boot disk and repaired origional xp. now it will not let me update from sp-1.
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