Let me clarify, when I initially ran the CHKDSK, I removed the CD prior to the scan. I re-inserted the CD before I ran the second scan successfully.
Does that make sense?
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Edited by Macboatmaster, 03 July 2012 - 03:59 PM.
Windows XP Disk (burned copy)
Regarding the correct version of the OP, I thought that problem computer was running off the Professional Edition of XP, but it's running off the Home Edition, so the message I was getting about the 'wrong desk' was correct
I am trying to do a repair installation (from a Windows XP CD) on a HP Compaq nc8430 laptop. I was using the guide from ehow and when I got past the licensing agreement, I noticed there was no Recovery option available. Instead I see options to do the following:
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