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hckplyrs

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I tried to recover windows on my computer with the recovery cd provided with purchase. I noticed it was scratched a little but proceeded anyway. During recovery alot of "errors loading" such and such files was displayed. I believe my windows xp is not full now. Im recieving alot of error messagages. Please help.
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officialblueboys

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repair ur windows with ur windows cd
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hckplyrs

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I didnt get a windows cd. Just the recovery cd from the computer with windows already on it i guess.
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u've the cd key of ur windows?? If no then download this software
www.petri.co.il/quickly_retrieve_windows_cd_key.htm

Now get the windows cd from ur friend or somewhere else and put the cd key that u've retrieved with that software . To know how to repair windows see this
www.michaelstevenstech.com/XPrepairinstall.htm
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Hi hckplyrs. If your recovery CD is scatched why don't you
just contact who ever made you PC and see about getting
a replacement recovery CD.
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