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Help i deleted lsass.exe


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theres no option to repair the partition. what do i do now
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theres no option to repair the partition. what do i do now

do i possible Fix by reconfiguring boot.ini using Recovery Console.
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Fixing the boot.ini wont solve the issue.

You shouldnt be picking a drive for a repair install. Once you enter Windows setup, it should look for previous installs. Usually its C:\WINDOWS. You press "R" at that point.
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i have gotten to that point. tried to copy lsass.exe but it doesnt work. idk what to do next and i need those files.help thanks
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