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Are you saving the changing before exiting or just exit?
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Ok I got to the Recovery console but I have no option just type exit to quit
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I just have c:\
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Hmm sounds like you pressed R at the wrong time.
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Ok. Let me reread your instructions. I thought I waited till it asked for repair
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Hmm sounds like you pressed R at the wrong time.

hey i just wanted to let you know that since i dont keep anything on this old notebook i just decided to reinstall windows. it took me a couple of days but it is online and downloading advast now. thanks for all your help.
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Thanks for letting me know and congrats on resolving it even though it wasn't the way you originally wanted.
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40vern

Unless I am mistaken and I do not think I am, you have been running two threads at the same time for the same computer. This ONE and the one I was working on HERE at this link..

http://www.geekstogo...ipting-runtime/

to which one of your replies at the end of the thread was

anyway it is online and downloading advast. after that i will start the updates.




Please be assured that this is not a good idea, from YOUR point of view - as a remedy offered on one of the threads MAY be completely at odds with something recommmended on the other thread..

Neither is it helpful to anyone assisting you.

Edited by Macboatmaster, 11 February 2011 - 07:29 AM.

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