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ok well i had the great idea to uninstall all my drivers when my audio wasnt working. now when restarting, nothing works of course. cant even log in as the keyboard seems to stop working when windows starts along with everything else. please help someone as im typing on my psp and i am at a loss

Edited by Canus, 25 January 2008 - 09:10 PM.

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Hello Canus...

What kind of machine do you have? With the make and model number we may be able to help you out.

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have you tried to boot in safe mode yet...if you can do it...
you may want to first try loading the last known good configuration...
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im not sure where i can find those things. how high are the chances that my system is broken for good
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im not sure where i can find those things. how high are the chances that my system is broken for good
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for safe mode how to go here...
to answer wannabe1's question look on the computer...somewhere on it will say the name and model number
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Hello Canus...

What kind of machine do you have? With the make and model number we may be able to help you out.

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i cant get to safe mode as keyboard n mouse dont work when i push f8. also when i get to menu to go to safe mode, i see a timer counting down.if i push anything the timer freezes but if i leave it ,it will load to the windows login. but since drivers are gone, i cant do a thing
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intel d101ggc
xp pro
250gb hd
1gb ddr ram

those are my specs. i got it @ mdg. a comp manufacturer in canada
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Can you find your computer on that site and post a link to it for us?
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go here...get # 21 thru 25...start with # 23..the chipset drivers
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go here...get # 21 thru 25...start with # 23..the chipset drivers

im not sure how to use those since i cant really use my comp. infact im on this site using my psp
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allright i managed to find a old comp to use to make my responses faster but using my wireless keyboard is proving to be troublesome since its acting alittle screwy. for example if i push letter d it comes out as 3or e as - etc. so im using the on screen keyboard and my mouse. either way its faaster than my psp
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Do you have a XP CD? If so, the quickest way to recover might be to do a Repair Install. Leaves your data intact but you will have to reinstall some programs.

This might be a good time to backup all your important data before doing any repair work. You can use some of the Linux Live CDs to copy your data off to CD (if you have a burner). I've seen many references to using Puppy Linux to do this. Your choice of course.
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ya i have my windows cd. but i cant use my keyboard when it loads up the disk
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also all of m infois baced up already on an exernal drive
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