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Alindromes

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I tried the Delete restoration data and proceed to system boot menu option and it seems to have fixed it. Everything seems to be running fine now. Is there anything else I need to do at this point?
Thanks for the help!

Edited by Alindromes, 30 September 2006 - 07:08 PM.

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peterm

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Sorry it took so long to get you going.
I misread the 1st part of that as being an error message not a start up option :whistling:
I would go in and make sure my machine is not set to hibanate.
Also if you like - not needed but I would run a defrag unless you do them on a regular bases.
I would also make sure system restore is turned on and make a fresh restore point.
Cheers
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Hi..

Thankfully i found this forum.. i just faced this problem.. and zero knowledge on the troubleshooting.. scared with the word 'DELETE' hehe.. but options 1 helps me.. Thanks a lot.. :)
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When I first bought this PC and set it up, the first thing it had me to was create two system restore CDs. I used these to format, and to my dismay it fails about 40% of the way through the process, saying "System Restore Environment is Incomplete!" and prompting me to reinsert disc 1. This simply leads to a never-ending cycle.

Does anyone know how I can fix this? My computer didn't come with a Windows XP installation CD. Also, I think that I will lose all the bundled software like my DVD program and such if I am unable to restore the system with these discs. And buying a new copy of Windows XP is impossible. Please help me out if you can.
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