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Lost System32/kernels64.exe


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#1 ploetz

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Posted 29 January 2006 - 09:17 AM

Hello to all of u,
stupid me java script:emoticon(':thumbsup:', 'smid_5')
smilieobviously deleted the windows/system32/kernels64.exe through AVP, which showed me a Trojan. I deleted the whole file instead of keeping the virus away.
Is there a way to reinstall only this file instead of reinstalling whole XP?

Thanks a lot

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#2 ThorXP

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Posted 29 January 2006 - 10:49 AM

You can try a repair of Windows XP. First to do this you must have a Windows XP Home/Professional 64 bit OEM install disk. I am not sure the Recover disk will work.

When booting up your computer CMOS has to be set to boot from CD-ROM.

With the Windows system disk in the CD-ROM drive and when prompted to boot from CD-RM Press any key - press the space bar to boot from the CD-ROM drive.

When going thru the screens there are TWO REPAIR options. The first one you DO NOT use just click the other option to do an install. Soon you will get a second screen to do a REPAIR - THIS IS THE ONE YOU TAKE.

From this point your system will look like it is going thru a full install but when finished you should have all of your operating system back and all of your programs ready to use.

One thing if you are not sure of how to do this by yourself for any reason please have a friend who knows about computers help you.

cya l8r

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Posted 29 January 2006 - 11:14 AM

Actually I have found this site that explains how to do a repair better than I can.

http://www.michaelstevenstech.com/XPrepairinstall.htm

cya l8r

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