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pspuser007

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Hello all!


I was refered by Rorschach112 from Malware Forum.
I had posted there this topic -> http://www.geekstogo...up-t203000.html .


Well at my cousin's pc there are some problems.
The PC uses Windows XP Professional.And i think it is SP2.
1st problem:
I found out that when i go to "Start">"All Programmes"-->nothing shows up.

2nd problem:
I go to a folder.Then to Tools>Folder Options and go at the second tab i do not see anything(The Folder Options are not there).
There is a screenshot->Posted Image


How can i solve this?


Thank you for your time!
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happyrock

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try this first...go here..

nojoy

you will need to repair xp...lowdown is here

Edited by happyrck, 04 September 2008 - 08:56 AM.

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Thank you for your reply.

About the repair process.
I have a CD with Win Xp Pro Sp1 and another one with Xp Pro Sp3 and another one with only the update of Win XP Sp2.
So what CD do i have to use in order to repair the system?
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use Xp Pro Sp3
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