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justzipit..
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Yeah, but what was the extension of that zipped file?
They may not allow all type of zipped formats.
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sr inf.zip
EDIT...just got it to work but when I originally tried ..it would not allow me.. :)
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G2G mystery...hehehe
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thank you now downloaded sr.inf. When I try to install it I am now asked for sr.sys on the xp pro 64bit cd but I have looked on the cd and cannot find that file on the cd. Back to square one.
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sorry...my version is 32 bit...you will have to find someone with a xp pro 64bit and get a copy from them
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sr.inf and sr.sys from 64-bit zipped and attached

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  • Attached File  sr.zip   56.51KB   34 downloads

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I was hoping someone here had the 64 bit...thanks Broni :)
gonna grab a copy for myself... :) just in case I ever need it again...
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5 bucks....hehehehe
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thanks Broni just about to try it - this is a great forum cheers all
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well I have tried to install the sr.inf and it runs but asks for other files that I cannot find either on my system or my xp pro dvd. I was asked to reboot and now system restore appears in the accessories.system tools folder but it will not run. The missing files are: filelist.xml; srclient.dll; srframe.mmf; srsvc.dll; smstr.dll; srdiag.dll. I am sorry to be such a nuisance. When you kind people have had enough just let me know and I will give up.
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were back to you have to borrow a retail cd and do a repair...
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I cannot find either on my system or my xp pro dvd

Those files have to be there. You may not see them, because they're compressed.
For instance, filelist.xml will look like filelist.xm_
Use wild card for searches. Search for filelist*
When you find filelist.xm_, copy it to your computer, and double click on it to unzip it.
filelist.xm_ will become filelist.xml

If you still can't find them, let me know, and I'll zip them for you.
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thanks Broni I will have another good look but the 64bit dvd looks totally different from my xp 32bit cd. I dont suppose I could use the ones from the 32bit?
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I don't think so.
Now it's unclear. Do you have 64-bit CD? If not, how did you install that version?
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