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Tim'A

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nope :blink:
same problem and same error message :whistling:

Edited by Tim'A, 18 June 2007 - 10:15 AM.

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PLZZZZZZ help!!!!!!!
need to use outlook!!1!!!
need to schedule!!!!!1
Its tearing me apart!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :whistling: :blink:
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Boot back into Recovery Console and at the prompt, type bootcfg /list and press Enter. This will scan the machine for all Windows installations and list them for you.

Report back with the results of this command.
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I finialy got it working!!!!!!! All i had to do was install windows xp in the un-partitioned space that 2000 was installed in.
apparently it never fully deleted 2000. . .
anyway my laptop is back and running!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you soooooo much!!!!!
This actualy happened once before and I ended up reinstaling windows all together and spending days getting all of my programs back. I have also been looking into backing up my entire HD but the estimated time remaining was in weeks. . . (without any other programs or background processes running!!!!!) I guess I'll find some freeware HD backup-er.
(instead of using windows) and I know this is a little off topic but any suggestions????
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That's excellent news!!! Good job... :whistling:

In regards to backing up, there are many applications to do this. I prefer Acronis True Image, but this is not a free application. There is an article HERE that may give you some ideas on backing up, as well.
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k thanks!!!!!
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