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Unfortunately there are no files in the system volume folder, and I also couldnt gain access to it anyway (I had no security tab *roll eyes* lol just never ending oddness with my windows! This was including when logged on in safe mode as administrator...). So I'm going to format the HD, start again and learn from my mistakes :whistling: thankyou for all the help, it's most appreciated.

Edited by Akimb0, 12 April 2006 - 01:32 PM.

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hehe...sorry we couldn't get her going.....your RC issue is weird...i haven't personally had an issue like that with RC yet...
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Alright get this....I copied the files from repair to config as in the end of part one. I restarted and got an error Isass.exe something something....pc restarted. I went to format / reinstall windows, and now the repair option is there! I'm going to see what happens now >.<


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Not a lot - formatting now. :whistling:

Edited by Akimb0, 12 April 2006 - 02:06 PM.

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