Is there any solution to this besides reinstalling Windows XP?
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The i386 folder usually (though this is not always the case) only exists because the PC manufacturer has not supplied an XP CD.
In the case of Dell they tend to supply a CD of sorts so an i386 folder on the hard drive is not necessary.
dells usually come with a restore partition these days....so you can restore to factory defaults at boot up
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