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Restoring Computer?


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#1 azhariqbal

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Posted 28 June 2006 - 04:18 AM

Hi

have tried to restore my system and it always comes back with, the computer could not be restored. When I go into system restore there are bold dates yet when I say for it to restore it goes through the procedure and shuts down and all then comes back with that message restore incompleat the computer can not be restored. Can anyone tell me what has happen or what I need to do to fix the problem. I have turned off the system restore shut the system down and waited about a week or two and then tried it again and I still get the same message. would it have anythng to do with any of the updates that have been done on the system. the same problem happen's on my laptop and my other pc both are running XP.
Thank you for any help anyone can give
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#2 pascor22234

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Posted 28 June 2006 - 12:23 PM

If you have an XP install disc (not a recovery disc) you can try this: Navigate to \Windows\inf\. Right-click on the file sr.inf and select Install. Have the XP disc loaded in the optical drive.

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Posted 28 June 2006 - 12:38 PM

You might try clikcking Start & RUN & type in sfc /scannow & click OK.
There is a space between the c & the /.

You may need your XP or recovery CD.
At some point it may ask you to insert one.
Or not,if you have a recovery partition.

Google sfc /scannow if you are unfamiliar with it.




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