From RC log into the windows version (1)
copy C:\windows\explorer.exe C:\
ren C:\explorer.exe userinit.exe
copy C:\userinit.exe C:\windows\system32
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Edited by rshaffer61, 23 April 2009 - 10:02 PM.
OK since the cd works in another computer we know its a good cd...that only leaves us with 3 components that puppy has to have to work...the cd drive and cd drive cable and the ram...
Thankx for the response. I tried the Puppy CD in a different machine and it went through fine. So looks like there is a problem with the RAM on my desktop as i let it run the whole night and it stayed at the same place as before.
So, should I replace the RAM for my desktop PC? Is there anything that i should be aware of before doing this?
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