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Withoutprejudice1

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Received a help request from a friend. Received a copy of Windows ERD Commander for XP from another friend. Booted up My own computer to familiarize Myself with ERD's features. Performed a file check and ERD reported two (2) files corrupted named "ntkmlpa.exe". ERD asked if I wanted to repair said files and I authorized same. The computer will no longer boot up or go into safe mode.

Computer specs: AMD Athalon II 250 dual core.
Asus M3A78 Mother Board;
Four (4) Gigs Ram
Seagate 160 Gig Sata 3g;
Windows XP Pro operating system.

Not knowing what ERD did with the files purportedly repaired I don't know where to begin.

Thanks for your support in this matter.

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Do you still have the XP installation disc?
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Do you still have the XP installation disc?


Yes, I have the O.E.M. disc as I built the system Myself.
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You might want to try a Repair Installation
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