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Vista Won't Start After Accidentally removing Windows Files.


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#1 Rainin

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Posted 13 December 2011 - 05:59 PM

Okay so i ran Avast antivirus full system scan and then restarted and did a boot scan or whatever, some of the infected files were in the windows folder and i guess i moved them to chest instead of maybe repairing them like i should, now i my windows won't start, can anyone help? i don't have a vista CD but i did burn one to try and repair my system, when i start my computer and boot from CD ROM it goes straight to the Windows Error Recovery screen and doesn't boot the Repair tool. Any help with fixing this would be greatly appreciated as in what possible fixes i could try. thanks :)

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#2 Rainin

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Posted 13 December 2011 - 07:35 PM

I burned a windows vista recovery CD and ran system repair and it said it couldn't repair it :( Does that mean i have to re install an OS or what?

When i tried some commands i saw on another site to fix my bootsect its saying 0 windows OS installed... i guess maybe i really do need to completely reinsall an OS..

Edited by Rainin, 13 December 2011 - 08:43 PM.





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