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im having trouble with movies/games/etc... with some of them acting very slowly at times. now, i already had a topic on the malware forum, and my computer should now be clean. because i still had problems on the end, he asked me to run a sfc /scannow and i got an prompt for an CD. now, we might find this CD but it is unlikely. Could someone help me with this?
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    Kraków my love :)

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To run sfc /scannow you can use borrowed XP CD, but it must have exactly same XP version.
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i had a look around, to see if there was anyone who could lend it out but either they didnt have a CD or it was not the exact same version. is there any other way?
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Unfortunately, not.
The thing is, everyone needs Windows CD sooner, or later.
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ill guess im gonna need to get myself a cd then. could u tell me how to do this? go to a tech store and buy one?
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You can go to the store, or you can search on-line. Often on-line stores offer better deals. Try Amazon, or newegg.
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