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OTLPENet CD wont start twice ...


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jdduquesne

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Hello,

My XP SP3 laptop does not start (c_850.nls missong or corrupted).

On another laptop, I have loaded OTLPENet.exe and burnt it on a CD as suggested on forums.
I restarted my corrupted PC form the CD and the start up sequence went alright with the loading of the desk. I had been therefore able to see my laptop HD's, install my MS mouse, even my USB key... I tried to connect my external drive but it could not be accessed.

But all that was a single shot !!!!
I had to restart and now the sequence stop on a grey screen ... no desk, even no pointer, no nothing !!

Anayone can help ???
Thanks in advance ...
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Shut down, disconnect battery and power supply, wait until its cools down and strat all over again ... It is working again
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Instead I found another problem : when using Explorer on tne CD to copy files from my D: internal HD to my E: external USB key, I have an I/O error on the D: and C: and D: are disappearing from the explorer window ???
Anyone knows why ??
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