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accidentaly deleted NTOSKRNL.EXE!HELP PLEASE!


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Bud9312

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i accidentaly deleted NTOSKRNL.EXE and now windows doesnt start at all! i dont know wat to do! i cant even get into safe mode! someone please help me.
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If you have your XP cd, boot to it and once it loads press r to enter repair mode. It will take you to the Recovery Console where it will ask you to choose which Windows install to use. You most likely want to press 1 at this point, then you will need to enter your administrator password if your system has one. Search the cd for the ntoskrnl.exe and copy it to C:\WINDOWS\system32. Type exit and your machine will restart, hopefully into Windows.
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yea i thro the cd in and it tells me Window cannot start because - the following file is missing or is corrupted NTOSKRNL.EXE
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i booted the Restoration disk and i deleted all the files and now its asking for the Operating CD and now it seems as if my pc wont read it. when i try to boot it its say "checking cd" then it will tell me to insert the same cd and try again. i really dont know wat to do.
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boot from your CD and select repair your windows installation, then run sfc /scannow which will check all your core system files and replace them if they are corrupted or missing.
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boot from your CD and select repair your windows installation, then run sfc /scannow which will check all your core system files and replace them if they are corrupted or missing.
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boot from your CD and select repair your windows installation, then run sfc /scannow which will check all your core system files and replace them if they are corrupted or missing.
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boot from your CD and select repair your windows installation, then run sfc /scannow which will check all your core system files and replace them if they are corrupted or missing.
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